US unmask China and Russian stand on global disputes

US unmask China and Russian stand on global disputes as the United States Navy catches their actions on proliferation cameras. Multiple instances have been captured on the lens where the Russian and the Chinese forces have been up against each other on international territories, as claimed by the US Naval Intelligence, especially in the Indo-Pacific regions.

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China and Russian Propaganda

The news comes from United States Navy that they have come across various images and documents where the Chinese and the Russian forces have been at loggerheads with each other on international territories, even though they put up friendly gestures in front of the real world. A rear admiral from the US Navy has factual timelines to confirm their claims and has put across the details in at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space conference in National Harbor, Maryland.

Among recent examples, he said, was Russian harassment of a U.S. Air Force intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance drone, which splashed into the Black Sea after an in-air collision in March. Footage captured by the MQ-9 Reaper — and quickly made public — showed two Russian Su-27 jets flying erratically, dumping fuel and the crash that ultimately forced it down.

Quoting the US Intelligence on the issue

“The affected party or a monitoring party, essentially, now is able to take that and say, ‘This is what’s really going on. China, do you stand by it? Xi Jinping, do you stand by it? This is you, right?’” said Studeman, commander of the Office of Naval Intelligence. “There’s a statement: Sunlight is the best disinfectant. That applies right here. Their best weapon system is not a gun, it’s not a missile,” he said. “Their best weapon system is actually a camera or video camera to be able to show the world what’s really happening.”

Cameras have recorded alleged war crimes by Russian troops in Ukraine and intercepts of aircraft across the world. China conducted more than 100 intercepts of U.S. aircraft in international airspace between 2021 and 2023, according to the admiral’s presentation at the conference.


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