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US China Military Talks End in Argument and Deadlock, China Rejects Limits on its Nuclear Arsenal

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US China Military Talks End in Argument and Deadlock, China Rejects Limits on its Nuclear Arsenal
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Readout of U.S. – PRC Defense Policy Coordination Talks

Readout of U.S. – PRC Defense Policy Coordination Talks

Department of Defense Spokesperson Lt. Col. Martin Meiners provided the following readout: Dr. Michael Chase, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for China, conducted a secure video conference with Major General Huang Xueping, Deputy Director of the People’s Republic of China’s (PRC) People’s Liberation Army Office for International Military Cooperation to co-host virtually the 16th U.S.-PRC Defense Policy Coordination Talks, September 28 and 29, 2021.

2021年9月國防部例行記者會文字實錄 – 中華人民共和國國防部

http://www.mod.gov.cn/big5/shouye/2021-09/30/content_4895952.htm

Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby and General Glen VanHerck, Comm

Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby and General Glen VanHerck, Commander, U.S. Northern

PRESS SECRETARY JOHN F. KIRBY: Good afternoon, everybody. I think you know — I’m honored and privileged to be joined today by General VanHerck, the Commander of U.S. Northern Command and NORAD. The General’s got an update for you on his work for Operation Allies Welcome and all the good work that we’re doing across bases here in the United States.

The Nuclear Balance Is Changing—and Not For The Better

The Nuclear Balance Is Changing-and Not For The Better

As the nuclear posture review begins, the United States faces serious dilemmas. Its military officials must ask if the strategy underpinning the current U.S. nuclear deterrent policy assumes a continued New START deal with Russia and a required force structure need be no larger than the one already maintained?

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wtk
wtk
October 1, 2021

For months, DURAN site allows these bull-shit messages [always the first on ‘how to earn money’.

Nobody is going to take this comment section seriously unless you completely get rid of them.

If you cannot do it yourself, then get someone else to do it – most sites manage to do this.

Enjoy the Duran of course………….and thanks for your website, but I am writing this to make your site better and more read/listened to.

thks/wtk

FelixGrafLuckner
FelixGrafLuckner
Reply to  wtk
October 2, 2021

I completely concur. those “how to earn money comments” HAVE to be prevented access.

Also, I am surprised that you refer to the current US administration by hyphenating Biden and Harris. Notwithstanding the mental capability, health, of either or both, such hyphenating was not used in previous administrations as far as I recollect.
Respectfully – FelixGrafLuckner

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
Reply to  FelixGrafLuckner
October 4, 2021

The White House website refers to the current US administration as the Biden-Harris Administration. I believe you are right about the hyphenation not having been used before. I am not sure I have heard of a female vice-president’s husband being referred to as “second gentleman” either.
https://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/

David Bowlas
David Bowlas
October 3, 2021

Because China is an educated country now, and they know that the only way to a peaceful world is to tell America to take a hike.

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
October 4, 2021

The US focuses on trying to control its “adversaries” but apparently doesn’t pressure its friends with respect to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT). This is from the Arms Control Association. It was updated in July 2018, but since there have been no further updates I assume that the same applies today. “Israeli officials have never confirmed or denied the existence of the country’s nuclear weapons and have stated that Israel will not be the first country to introduce nuclear weapons in the Middle East, experts estimate that it possesses 80-90 nuclear warheads and enough fissile material… Read more »

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