China on Thursday praised the tone of this week’s visit to Beijing by U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, saying it had achieved positive results and that Chinese Defence Minister Wei Fenghe would go to Washington this year.
Xi Jinping told visiting US Defence Secretary James Mattis that Beijing is committed to peace but will not give up "any inch of territory" in the Pacific Ocean.
China is committed to peace and won’t cause “chaos” in the world, but cannot give up even an inch of territory that the country’s ancestors have left behind, Chinese President Xi Jinping told U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis.
US Defense Secretary James Mattis met his Chinese counterpart in Beijing today, aiming to find areas of cooperation despite a mounting military rivalry between the two superpowers.
Only with mutual respect and by avoiding confrontation can China and the United States develop together, but China will resolutely defend its sovereignty and security.
Chinese govt hackers have stolen a massive cache of highly sensitive data related to undersea warfare from a US Navy contractor, including secret plans to develop a new type of submarine.
Naval ships, aircraft and personnel from India, Japan and the US have begun exercise Malabar 2018.
Taiwan simulated repelling an invading force and used civilian-operated drones for the first time as part of annual military drills on the self-ruled island amid escalating tensions with China.
No military ship or aircraft can scare China away from its resolve to protect its territory, China’s Foreign Ministry said.
China is deploying missiles in the disputed South China Sea to "intimidate and coerce" its neighbours, US Defence Secretary James Mattis said.