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Nuclear-capable ‘glide vehicle’ raises US fears that Beijing is developing new generation of arms
Secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg reveals significant broadening of alliance’s objectives to include Beijing
Stoltenberg on the rise of China’s military ambitions, EU defence, Russia and the transatlantic alliance
Region has become world’s busiest staging ground for military rivalry between Beijing and liberal democracies
American troops have been helping country prepare for possible attack by China
President Tsai Ing-wen appeals to democracies to help the island defend its independence
Increasing tension comes as America and allies increase military co-operation in Indo-Pacific
Beijing steps up intimidation ahead of a visit by French politicians to Taipei
Defence deal is part of Washington’s push to prevent Beijing achieving military primacy in Asia
China faces prospect of another nation able to project power in Pacific alongside US and Japan
Washington keeps scolding Taipei over its supposed lack of preparation against an ever mightier Beijing
Hanoi has been tempted to shift away from neutrality as tensions rise with Beijing
Anti-Beijing sentiment is growing but the government has done little to prepare the public for war
Even as political Washington points fingers over Afghanistan, many in the defence establishment are fretting about China
Are the US and China in an AI arms race?
Findings set to stoke fears that Beijing is pursuing more rapid nuclear build-up
Expanding nuclear arsenal justifies bringing Beijing into arms talks
As Beijing’s economic interests grow, it may need to deploy carriers farther and farther from its shores
Analysts say Moscow and Beijing could grant access to each other’s electronic communications systems
Rapid development of arsenal suggests Beijing will forsake its ‘minimum deterrence’ policy
Defence minister’s remarks follow Tokyo’s decision to link Taipei’s security to its own
Lloyd Austin raises issue of use of limited UK military assets as new carrier arrives in region
Beijing may lack the ambition needed to develop a global military presence that rivals the US
Secret table-top planning and joint exercises in South China Sea continue as concerns grow over Beijing stance
Stuart Peach points to array of security challenges as well as growing diplomatic presence overseas