China to invest $ 500 billion over 10 years to catch up on nuclear weapons

According to the state website, citing diplomatic sources, Beijing has notified Washington of its refusal to participate in US-Russian negotiations on the reduction of nuclear weapons in the park. On the contrary, China will deploy unprecedented and colossal efforts to make up for its delay in terms of strategic weapons vis-à-vis the United States. It must be said that, on this subject, the Chinese narrative is particularly easy. With less than 500 nuclear warheads in service, Beijing, like Paris, does not play today in the same course as Washington or Moscow, which aligns almost 6000 each. In addition, China does not have the same relays as the…

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These 10 technologies that are revolutionizing or will revolutionize military action (part 2)

The return of tensions between major technological nations is accompanied by intensive research to develop new technologies or apply technologies developed during the 30 years of relative peace following the end of the Cold War. In the first part of this article, we dealt with quantum applications, electromagnetism, artificial intelligence, nano-technologies as well as directed energy weapons. There are still 5 major technologies to study to complete this panel of 10 technologies that will revolutionize military action in the years to come. 6- Hypervelocity The speed of aircraft and missiles had been a major issue in…

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US Navy launches landmark study for future of super aircraft carriers

While the US Navy is unable to design a satisfactory model for maintaining naval supremacy over China in the long term, it has launched, according to the site, a study entitled Future Carrier 2030 Task Force which wants to be decisive on the future of the aircraft carriers in its inventory, as well as the Task Force built around them. The expected results could lead the US Navy to limit the number of Ford-class super carriers currently under construction to just 4 units. This study, which as its name suggests will focus on the state of the threat and the defensive and offensive capabilities of aircraft carriers…

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No negotiations started with China on a new INF Treaty

According to Andrea Thompson, the US Under Secretary of State for Arms Control, no negotiations have been started with China regarding possible integration into the INF Treaty. According to her, the only interlocutor today remains Russia, knowing that it has 6 months to comply with the demands of the United States before the final withdrawal from the treaty. The possibility of a negotiation with China had been raised by President Trump himself during his address regarding the American decision to suspend their participation in the treaty. It would, however, be very surprising if China, which has invested heavily in intermediate-range ballistic weapons like the DF21 and…

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European countries want to maintain a negotiating door with Moscow regarding INF Treaty

The withdrawal of the United States and Russia from the INF treaty prohibiting the development and possession of nuclear-capable missiles with a range of between 500 and 5000 km is arousing painful concerns in Europe. No sooner had the announcement of the withdrawal been published than Russia began work to adapt its current arsenal to this new situation. Successively, it announced the extension of the range of the Novator missiles, the development of a terrestrial version of the naval cruise missile Kalibr, and the design of a terrestrial variant of the hypersonic ballistic missile Kinjal. For the United States, the main objective of this withdrawal was to be able to…

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DF26 missile can hit moving targets, but is not the ultimate anti-aircraft carrier

On numerous occasions, Western authorities had questioned the reality of the ability of the Chinese DF-21 and DF-26 ballistic missiles to hit a moving target, while China maintained that these missiles were designed to eliminate aircraft carriers. long-distance Westerners. It seems that the latest tests of the DF-26 missile provide some clarification on the operation of its guidance, and on its ability to hit a building such as an aircraft carrier. Indeed, during this test, the Russian forces would have controlled the trajectory of the missile in flight, so as to redirect it towards its target. According to the elements put forward, the warhead…

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