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China and the L-Shaped Recovery   Let's open this posting with a definition:

An L-shaped recovery involves a sharp decline in key metrics including GDP growth, industrial output and employment followed by a long period of flat or stagnant growth.     A prime example of an
China's Military Capabilities Part 2    In part one of this two part posting, I looked at China's military capabilities through the eyes of the United States Department of Defense, focussing on the nation's missile capability.  In part 2, I will take a closer look at recent developments in both the South China Sea and the
China's Military Capabilities Part 1    U.S. law requires that the Secretary of Defense submit an annual report on the state of the military of the People's Republic of China and where it is headed in the future.  The report is also to address any U.S. - China co-operation and engagement on security matters over the past year,

Australia and Thailand are co-hosting a peacekeeping exercise involving over 100 participants from the Indo–Pacific region from 9-20 May 2016 in Bangsaen, Thailand.

Commander Australian Defence College, Major General Simone Wilkie, who is in Thailand to open PIRAP JABIRU 2016, said the

United States, China and the World's Second Middle East    A recent commentary on China's Xinhua news site provides us with an interesting glimpse into China's current mindset regarding the United States and its global hegemony.  Lest you think that Xinhua is just another independent foreign media outlet offering a commentary on the
China's Overcapacity Problem    China's economic slowdown has been at the front of the business news for several months and has largely been blamed for the collapse in commodity prices and the concerns about future economic growth.  A recent examination of China's economic issues by the European Union Chamber of
Russia Cries Dyadya (Uncle), Is Saudi Arabia Listening?    In recent days, signs of a possible breakthrough in the year-long stand-off between Russia and Saudi Arabia on crude production strategy have emerged. Saudi Arabia, OPEC's dominant member, has long insisted OPEC (read Saudi Arabia) would not reduce output to balance supply and demand absent

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