Emmanuel Lenain, the French ambassador to India

 Also on display that day was the DF-17 hypersonic ballistic missile (a hypersonic glide vehicle that can deliver both nuclear and conventional payloads) or a Knitted Fabrics Suppliers new-generation road-mobile DF-41, intercontinental missiles, which can reach the US, and several other futuristic gadgets.It is believed that in the same shipyard, a "sailless" submarine is being built; according to Forbes: "This submarine is a unique design that has no sail to speak of."Take the fourth plenary session of the 19th CPC Central Committee finally held in Beijing from October 28 to 31; it took place after a delay of more than a year to discuss the Chinese economy — this long postponement is not a healthy sign."The gathering upheld the principle of "one country, two systems", and of "maintaining lasting prosperity and stability in Hong Kong and Macao, and promoting the peaceful reunification of China".

The documents provide an unprecedented insider’s view on the clampdown and particularly the internment camps, where more than one million Muslims are kept.But all is not well in the Middle Kingdom.On October 1, 2019, President Xi Jinping was on the same wavelength as his predecessor: "No force can ever undermine China’s status, or stop the Chinese people and nation from marching forward. Obviously, China is not always "sharing" international recognised values on the ground (or on the seas). During the plenum, it was openly admitted that China faces many challenges, the communique mentioned: "the complicated situation of increasing risk challenges at home and abroad. According to the South China Morning Post (SCMP): "Xinhua waited [a day] to release a two-paragraph news report on the polls, stating only that the elections took place and ‘18 districts produced results’". According to the New York Times: "Senior party leaders are recorded ordering drastic and urgent action against extremist violence, including the mass detentions, and discussing the consequences with cool detachment.During a forum on Strengthening National Security for Taiwan and Japan held in Taipei on December 14, Adm.To make things worse for Mr Xi, on November 16, the New York Times published excerpts of 403 pages of internal classified documents with dreadful new details on China’s crackdown on Xinjiang." But this does not help as most of China’s neighbours are getting tired of Beijing’s bullying tactics."This trend of other nations asserting their "core" interests will not stop next year, and China will have to learn to live with it.

Emmanuel Lenain, the French ambassador to India, has recounted in an article that before taking his post in September, President Emmanuel Macron briefed him, and his first task was "to consolidate Indo-Pacific ties based on shared values and principles"." Not far away, China, which already has two carriers, works on the next-generation carrier (known as Type-003), with electromagnetic catapults similar to the latest US ones.China seems today to be caught in a vicious circle of repression and does not have a solution to come out of it. This is the challenge for China in 2020. Hideaki Kaneda, a retired officer from Japan’s maritime self-defence force, openly called for a strategic partnership between Japan, the US and Taiwan to counter China’s growing influence in the region. China’s Navy is modernising at an impressive rate. The South China Morning Post observed: "While more Chinese diplomats and embassies have activated Twitter accounts, they have entered a cold new world.In the meantime, Beijing’s propaganda has become more hyperactive than ever.The year 2019 was to be an incredible one for China: lavish events were organised to celebrate 70 years of the founding of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), that Chairman Mao, after winning a bloody war against the Nationalist forces, had announced from the rostrum of Tiananmen Square.In Tibet, Mr Chen had implemented powerful slogans such as "Social Management", "Comprehensive Rectification", "Preventive Control", "Eliminate-Unseen-Threats", "Nets-in-the-Sky-Traps-on-the-Ground" or "Copper-Ramparts-Iron Walls"; the latter one for example, translates into "an impenetrable public security defence network consisting of citizen patrols, border security posts, police checkposts, surveillance systems, Internet controls, identity card monitoring, travel restrictions, informant networks and other mechanisms".Many examples could be given to show that China is doing well.

Three years later, Mr Chen has transformed Xinjiang into a vast camp (either called "concentration" by the West or "vocational" by China).Though China and the United States have now reached an agreement in their trade negotiations, which should temporarily stop the trade war, many issues remain unsolved, simply because China’s economy is not in good shape, though Wang Shouwen, the Chinese vice-minister of commerce, announced that the agreement would cover a wide range of issues, including intellectual property protection, technology transfer or purchase of agricultural products.."At the end of August 2016, Chen Quanguo, the then party secretary in Tibet, was sent to Xinjiang to "pacify" the restive Muslim region.Last month, French Navy Chief Adm.Mr Kaneda suggested that, to start with, Taiwan should be included in the humanitarian assistance and disaster relief training (HADR) of the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC), an international maritime warfare exercise."Those who watched some 15,000 troops from 59 units, 47 belonging to the ground forces and a dozen airborne squadrons, could not doubt say that China has arisen. In terms of defence for example: the website Aerospace & Defence reported: "While the US Navy launches a handful of destroyers each year, the single image of a Shanghai shipyard shows nine newly constructed Chinese warships. Christophe Prazuck asserted: "There are different behaviours in the South China Sea… We go there, we will still go there, and we will continue to go there and we continue to, and by our action, support freedom of navigation. All other submarines have this fin-like structure rising up from the middle of the deck where the periscope goes. The admiral noted that the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) had long been preparing for military action against Taiwan, simulating attacks on the presidential office, strategic Taiwan ports, and even streets. Mr Chen had "managed" well on the Roof of the World. A key ingredient is the construction of a fleet of large destroyers, amphibious warships and aircraft carriers.

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