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Will China Launch a Nuclear 9/11? (FOX News)

Former Chinese general Xu Guangyu, in an unusual comment in a Hong Kong newspaper, recently suggested China was planning a surprise missile attack on the American homeland. His unsettling comment came in response to a WikiLeaks revelation that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in a classified cable sent January 9, 2010, instructed American embassies to … Continue reading

Secret Cables Sketch Oddities of U.S.-China Relations (The New York Times)

BEIJING — This capital city’s skies were clogged with pollution, as is often the case, and China’s government was concerned. So it summoned officials of the American embassy here to a meeting. But the session had nothing to do with hazy skies. Rather, Chinese officials were peeved that the Americans were monitoring pollution themselves, and … Continue reading

Fears over China’s growing influence (Sydney Morning Herald)

THE federal government fears the expansion of Chinese influence in the South Pacific and sees Beijing’s growing role coming at Australia’s expense. However, Australian diplomats have worked to wind back Taiwanese activity and have supported Chinese efforts to eradicate Taipei’s remaining diplomatic toeholds in the Pacific. Secret US embassy cables leaked to WikiLeaks show the … Continue reading

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