US Naval destroyer patrols near the South China Sea

US Naval destroyer patrols near the South China Sea

Washington/Beijing: While the tension between the United States and China escalates, it has been revealed that the US naval destroyer USS Decatur patrolled in the South China Sea region. The US destroyer patrolled in the Spratly Island region which is considered a disputed territory in the South China Sea, informed the US Navy. While China […]

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US, UK and Japan challenge the Chinese aggression in Asia-Pacific

US, UK and Japan challenge the Chinese aggression in Asia-Pacific

Washington/Beijing: On the background of China’s rapid militarisation of the islands in the marine region and its ever-increasing threats issued to its neighbours, the United States and its allies have begun to challenge China more openly. Pentagon recently revealed information about the patrol by the US B-52 bomber aircrafts in the South China Sea and […]

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Japanese submarine conducts its first war exercise in the South China Sea region

Japanese submarine conducts its first war exercise in the South China Sea region

Tokyo: The Japanese defence ministry declared that the ‘Kuroshio’ submarine from the ‘Maritime Self Defence Force’ of Japan, has participated in the war exercises in the South China Sea. A Japanese helicopter carrier is already participating in the war exercises with the US naval warships. Now that the Japanese submarine has also joined the war […]

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Japan adopts aggressive changes in defence policy to counter Chinese threat

Japan adopts aggressive changes in defence policy to counter Chinese threat

Tokyo: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced that the defensive posture taken by Japan since the Second World War, 70 years ago, will be changed. The Japanese Prime Minister warned that Japan cannot afford to continue with its defensive stance in view of the rising threat from China and North Korea in East Asia. A […]

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US and Japanese warships hold joint military exercise in South China Sea

US and Japanese warships hold joint military exercise in South China Sea

Tokyo/Washington: Japan and the United States once again posed a direct challenge to the increasing Chinese aggression in the South China Sea. On Friday, the Japanese and US navy conducted joint war exercises in the South China Sea. Prior to the war exercises, US B-52 bombers patrolled the South China Sea. The sequence of events […]

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Japanese security still under North Korean threat, Japanese defence ministry

Japanese security still under North Korean threat, Japanese defence ministry

Tokyo: ‘The North Korean threat to Japanese security still exists. Therefore, it is necessary for Japan to deploy missile defence systems for self-defence. At the same time, it needs to maintain and increase military cooperation with the United States,’ said the Japanese defence ministry. The Japanese defence ministry states the stand in the released white […]

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Australia-US-Japan form a new front to counter Chinese OBOR

Australia-US-Japan form a new front to counter Chinese OBOR

Canberra: Although China is investing billions of dollars in the ambitious ‘One Belt One Road’ (OBOR) project, its implementation and success has been questioned. The international financial institutions as well as leading analysts and economists are raising questions on the ambitious Chinese project. Against this background, efforts are being made by major countries in the […]

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Japan to deploy helicopter carrier in South China Sea and Indian Ocean

Japan to deploy helicopter carrier in South China Sea and Indian Ocean

Tokyo: Japan will soon be deploying its helicopter carrier from its naval fleet in the South China Sea and the Indian Ocean. Japanese helicopter carrier will remain stationed in this maritime region at least for two months. While Chinese military presence in the South China Sea and the Indian Ocean is increasing, Japan’s deployment of […]

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India takes initiative to control fuel prices taking major buyers China, Japan and South Korea together

India takes initiative to control fuel prices taking major buyers China, Japan and South Korea together

New Delhi: When the crude oil prices crossed the $70 per barrel mark, financial experts raised an alarm saying that the ‘festive season’ for the Indian economy has now come to an end. After the oil producing countries decided to reduce crude oil production, crude oil prices began rising and reached an all-time high of […]

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Russian war exercises near Japanese Kuril Islands, while Japanese PM away on a visit to the US

Russian war exercises near Japanese Kuril Islands, while Japanese PM away on a visit to the US

Moscow: Russia has started a comprehensive war exercise in the Kuril Islands marine region of Japan with 2500 military personnel, four destroyers and a fleet of combat helicopters. This exercise has started when the Japanese Prime Minister is on a visit to the United States and Japan has taken strong objections to the exercise. Japan […]

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