Top U.S. military rivals Russia and China have pledged to deepen military ties and create a united front against the U.S. in its Syria and Iran policies.
China is investing in military bases to project its power across the Asia Pacific and there's little the U.S. can do to stop it.
Chinese President Xi Jinping appears to be losing patience with Taiwan's ideas of independence and he's turning up the heat with military exercises.
As a trade war looms, China says it won't tolerate U.S. arms sales to self-ruled Taiwan.
In contrast to the allegedly scaled-down U.S. and South Korean drills, experts have commented on the unusually large formation of Chinese warships heading to the South China Sea.
China's new defense chief chose Russia for his first visit and pledged support at a time when Moscow's relationship with the West has deteriorated.
The anti-satellite weapons are part of massive pushes to upgrade and update their militaries.
China is holding drills bigger and more frequent than before at a time when it's making it clear that it will take Taiwan back by force if necessary.
China said the U.S. should abandon its "tinted glasses" and "hegemonic mindset" toward Beijing's growing economic and military role in Africa.
Neither Russian President Vladimir Putin nor Chinese President Xi Jinping expected much opposition this weekend, but their victories resound worldwide.
Over 10,000 Chinese marines traveled across the country for battle exercises as they prepared for threats at home and abroad.
A Chinese researcher was awarded for her achievements in "electromagnetic launching technology."
The heads of the Navy and Marine Corps are worried that China's global outreach was detrimental to U.S. interests, but Beijing might just be ahead.
A top Chinese government spokesman channeled civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. to urge greater communication with the U.S.
China has joined Russia in backing Syria, partly because of the economic opportunities President Bashar al-Assad's victory offers.
China said the constitution had been "continuously improved" since being adopted in 1954 by Mao Zedong, to whom Xi Jinping has been compared.
China is concentrating its defenses in the west, where a recent border dispute with India has threatened to spark a new crisis in Asia.
On February 14, 1950, the People's Republic of China and the Soviet Union signed the Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship, Alliance and Mutual Assistance.
Su-35 jets that can attack surface combat vessels in this region is "sort of a reaction to the provocation by the U.S.," said a retired Chinese major general.
New images suggest the Chinese navy has outpaced its U.S. and Russian counterparts in developing a powerful ship-mounted railgun.
Cyberattack and artificial intelligence are already being integrated into the arsenals of the world's leading militaries.
China's official military newspaper compared nuclear weapons to a sword of Damocles hanging over humanity, but said upgrades were necessary.
China has for the first time revealed its Arctic Policy. Will it follow Russia in bringing military power to the resource-rich region?
"War is not far from us," warned China's official military outlet.