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This is the grave of Soong Mei-Ling, better known as Madame Chiang Kai-Shek. Born in 1898 in Shanghai to one of the most powerful and wealthy families in China, Soong lived in the United States as early as 1907, when her father sent her to school in New Jersey. She attended a variety of U.S. […]

Corporate Standards

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On June 6, 2015

Patagonia is receiving some kudos for taking steps to clean up its supply chain. After investigating conditions in its supply chain, mostly at factories in Taiwan, it discovered all the usual problems

Chinese ASBMs

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In Robert Farley
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On August 8, 2010
I’ve been getting a lot of e-mails asking for reaction to this story. For my own previous writings, see here. Information Dissemination has done a lot of work on this topic; see especially here, here, and here. For a good NWCR article on the subject by Andrew Erickson and David Yang, see here. As for […]
A few years ago, a student of mine worked out the implications of a large scale Chinese SRBM (short range ballistic missile) attack on Taiwan. He argued that the attack was, based on the historic resilience of regimes to coercion by air assault, unlikely by itself to break the will of the Taiwanese government to […]

Some Details on Chinese Anti-Ship Ballistic Missile Program

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On September 17, 2008
Defense News (unfortunately, no link) has an article providing some additional detail on Chinese efforts to develop an anti-ship ballistic missile. The platform appears to be a DF-21 MRBM (Medium Range Ballistic Missile) which has a range of about 2500 km. The article confirms that terminal guidance of the missile remains the sticking point. A […]
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