Australia Investigates Head of South African Test Pilot Academy for Alleged Training of PLA Pilots

Australian police said on Friday (March 17) that they were investigating Keith Hartley, a former British pilot who was suspected of participating in the training of Chinese People’s Liberation Army pilots at the South African Test Flight Academy (TFASA). The United Kingdom and Australia have announced that they will curb current or retired pilots from helping … Read more

Former U.S. pilot faces extradition to U.S. trial lawyer: He is suspected of being “trapped” from China to Australia

Former U.S. Marine Corps pilot Daniel Duggan was arrested in Australia in October last year on suspicion of providing military training to Chinese People’s Liberation Army pilots. Australian authorities agreed to extradite Duggan to the United States to stand trial. After an extradition hearing in a Sydney court on Monday (March 20), Duggan’s lawyer said he may … Read more

U.S. students studying in China plummeted due to the epidemic, and the deterioration of U.S.-China relations made the outlook for the epidemic uncertain

China’s strict “clearing” epidemic prevention and control in the past few years has brought the number of American college students studying in China to the lowest point in more than 20 years. In the 2020-21 academic year, there are only 382, ​​which is a sharp drop from the number of American citizens studying in China … Read more

U.S. Opposes China’s Proposal for Ukraine Ceasefire

The White House rejected Beijing’s offer of a truce in Ukraine ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Moscow next week and a subsequent phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. “We would be concerned if this meeting calls for some sort of ceasefire,” Bryant, the National Security Council’s … Read more