South China Sea WW3 Alert: China Stole Weapons Of War From Russia & US, West Prepares To Retaliate
China, along with Russia, has been on the top list of threats for the United States, and it may become more tensed, as reports about the Chinese stealing U.S. weapon technology have surfaced. After the United States seemingly waged war on Russia and China, could it really win the conflict, or will its weapons backfire?Advertisement
China Stole Weapons of War from Russia and US
China has been reportedly been supporting “legitimate transfers and domestic innovation with industrial espionage.” Essentially, it means that the People’s Republic of China has been linked to having the propensity of “pilfering weapons technology from Russia and the United States.”
In fact, according to National Interest, spies from Beijing have become more flexible and skillful in how they do it. The report outlines give systems saying the Chinese have either copied or stolen from Russia and the United States: J-7, which is a virtual copy of the MiG-21, the J-11, J-31, UAV, or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology, which China lagged before in 2010 but now has caught up and the Night Vision technology.
US Prepares for South China Sea War
For the past months, China has been in hot water for its efforts in the South China Sea. The United States made it clear that it is against any Chinese effort in the region. In fact, a new report from Sputnik claims that the U.S. Army and the RAND Corporation are planning for war against Beijing in the South China Sea.
The U.S. Army reportedly commissioned a new study from RAND Corporation titled “War with China: Thinking Through the Unthinkable.” The study details the plans of the U.S. Army on how to manage increasingly hostile initiatives from Beijing. RAND also used the phrase “thinking the unthinkable,” which led many to believe that the think tank could push United States into conflict.