People's Liberation Army

hong kong protests

China Just Released A Video Threatening Pro-Democracy Protesters In Hong Kong. It’s Chilling.

The video is cut like a high-octane action-movie trailer and shows tanks, helicopters, and missile launchers on streets that resemble Hong Kong.
Tim Hume
8.1.19
Hacking

The Worst Hack in Science Fiction Has Allegedly Already Happened in Real Life

Chinese hackers planted a malicious chip into computer equipment used by a slew of US companies, including Apple and Amazon, according to a report from Bloomberg Businessweek.
Jason Koebler
Joseph Cox
10.4.18
china

60,000 Chinese troops are about to plant enough trees to cover Utah

“The Paris Agreement is a hard-won achievement.”
David Gilbert
2.16.18
seeing red

China’s Military Is Taking a Powerful Turn

The People's Republic is downsizing the world's largest troop force, while scaling up its ambitions in sea, space, and internet warfare.
David Axe
6.7.17
asia & pacific

A Senior Chinese Military Officer Has Been Fired Over a Binge Drinking Death

The military has been shaken by a series of scandals since President Xi Jinping took power three years ago, vowing to stamp out bad behavior and deeply-embedded corruption.
Reuters News Agency
12.31.15
defense & security

China Is Angling for a Strategic Outpost on the Horn of Africa

China has been steadily extending its global presence. Now it's looking to establish an outpost in Djibouti, where the US headquarters its military forces in Africa.
Torie Rose DeGhett
11.19.15
defense & security

China Is Shrinking Its Army in the Name of Peace — and Practicality

The People's Liberation Army will reduce its manpower by 300,000 troops, another expected step in a military modernization program that has spanned three decades.
Shannon Hayden
9.12.15
Sony

The FBI Wants to Try North Korean Sony Hackers in US Courts

The agency wants to indict the Sony hackers like it does other state-sanctioned cyber criminals.
Jordan Pearson
2.23.15
Opinion and Analysis

Chinese Cyber Attacks Trigger US MIDLIFE Crisis

The US has been accused of hypocrisy for cyber spying complaints against China. But that doesn't mean you can't take sides in the conflict.
Ryan Faith
5.21.14