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The Edge: Is the Military Dominance of the West Coming to an End? by Mark Urban – review
A wake-up call to the danger posed by the rise of Russia, India and China - plus new nuclear powers and the ‘technology arms race’This is a kind of wake-up call. As defence budgets in the west, including the US and UK, are being cut by governments confronted by austerity or war weariness – what Peter Wall, the former head of the army, has called “moral disarmament” – Vladimir Putin is modernising Russia’s ageing arsenal in a hugely expensive and ambitious programme, while China, India, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states (to the delight of British arms companies) are increasing the amount spent on weapons to record levels.Mark Urban is the BBC’s respected diplomatic and defence journalist and a military historian, and his book asks “Is the Military Dominance of the West Coming to an End?”. The answer is: “Yes, of course.” That is, in the way the west’s conventional weapons have in the past been vastly superior to those of Russia, I
US and EU criticise Chinese journalist's jailing for 'leaking state secrets'
Gao Yu vows to appeal against seven-year sentence for allegedly leaking Document No 9, which lays bare Communist party hostility to human rightsChina has jailed a veteran journalist for leaking an internal Communist party document which urged the aggressive targeting of subversive ideological trends including support for western democratic ideals, media independence, civil society and the “universal values” of human rights.Gao Yu, 71, has denied leaking state secrets abroad, and her lawyer said that she would appeal against her seven-year sentence. He said the prosecution lacked evidence and had based its case on her confession, which she said was made under pressure because her son was also in custody at the time. Continue reading...
China's feminist five: 'This is the worst crackdown on lawyers, activists and scholars in decades'
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Fake bats, non-people and soccer tips from Chairman Mao: Martin Parr's side-on history of Chinese photography
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