How China’s military is changing the way it fights the war on terror
China has spent billions of dollars building a new, far larger army, an army of some 12,000 troops.
But while Beijing has spent that money on military technology and equipment, it is also investing in a new kind of international cooperation.
For a while, China was one of the most secretive military players in the world.
But it has become more open to the outside world and its new military has attracted the attention of countries and organisations from all over the world, including the United States, the European Union and even Russia.
China has deployed a new force of 10,000 soldiers to the southern Philippines, and has also sent troops to Japan and Australia to help bolster their military capacity in the region.
China’s military spending has risen in recent years, and analysts say the military’s spending has increased even more than the number of troops.
The Philippines has been hit hard by the drug trade, which has forced some 20,000 people to leave their homes.
The country has been a hub for drug smuggling, and some of its territory has been used as a base for drug traffickers.
The United States is concerned that China is building up its military in the South China Sea and could threaten its allies in the area.
In Australia, Defence Minister Michael Fallon has described the Chinese deployment in the disputed South China Seas as a “big problem”.
He said the Philippines would not be able to handle China’s actions in the sea, and said the government would not accept Chinese military bases there.
In Washington, Secretary of State John Kerry has said the US will not tolerate China building up military bases on American soil.
“This is a big problem,” he said on Friday.
“We will not accept it.
We will have a very, very robust response to it.
China is not going to get away with it.
And so the fact that we’re seeing this kind of military activity in the Philippines, it’s a big, big problem.”
In Australia and the Philippines China is also building up a network of intelligence-gathering facilities and other surveillance capabilities.
China has also developed a new drone system that could be deployed in the US.
Analysts say Beijing has become increasingly active in the Asia Pacific, and the new presence of the Chinese military there shows it is taking a bigger interest in the regional security environment.
The Chinese government is also developing a “new era” of strategic cooperation, according to China Daily, an influential state-run newspaper.
The paper reported on Friday that China and Japan are working together on “high-speed maritime mobility” in the Indian Ocean.
China is also pushing for a new “military partnership” with the Philippines.