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The system was introduced in 2008 when the Chinese government began their ‘one China’ policy. It allows for China to be an active participant in all international negotiations, but under the guise of sovereignty. It allows for the deployment of US military forces to China as an interlocutor or buffer zone, which is similar to what happ여주출장마사지ened with Japan and other South East Asian countries.
In a document leaked by the CIA under the name ‘US-China Border Information System’, the CIA and National Intelligence Council (NIC) report a plan to use drone technology in China to locate “an unknown object”.
It was revealed that “the method could be as simple as a drone dropping a보성출장안마 보성출장마사지 device on the ground to help narrow down the location”. It also states that China would be encouraged “to share information” on its drone technology with the US.
In 2012, China declared their own drone technology, capable of shooting down “rare small aircraft”.
In 201가평안마 가평출장샵4, “an unnamed official said China’s drone technology is more advanced than that of any other country. It has three or four times the range and can shoot down a small aircraft more than 10 times in the air”.
This year, “Chinese military leaders said their new, stealthy drones could destroy enemy aircraft in the air, land or sea”.
Despite this, China’s State Council told the National Defense University last year “its drone technology can also operate on the ground and fly over foreign nations and territories”, and “it has demonstrated its ability to fly over South Korea, land on Okinawa, and enter Japanese territory without being detected”.
When the UN approved the resolution, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said: “This is the most sophisticated drone technology in the world, so how do they even know it exists? We cannot be sure they haven’t been doing research for some time.”
A year later the same month, President Xi Jinping issued a statement saying “I strongly welcome the United Nations’ successful and serious effort to provide effective security guarantees to the Chinese people and others”.
The Chinese government does not appear to be interested in having its drones being shared with US or other non-state actors in its territory.
In July, the US Embassy in Beijing said China “is a peaceful state and China’s continued use of military force to control other countries, and its refusal to share information about its military activities with China’s neighbors, undermines the international community’s efforts to promot