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How are China’s underground cities evolving? From Cold War relics to modern refuges

How are China’s underground cities evolving? From Cold War relics to modern refuges

Imagine embarking on an adventure through a vast, intricate network of subterranean tunnels and caverns, a hidden world lying in silent wait beneath the bustling streets and towering skyscrapers of a modern metropolis. Picture yourself descending below the surface, where the vibrant chaos of city life gives way to the echoing silence and cool, shadowed spaces of an underground realm. This scenario might sound like a chapter lifted from a science fiction novel or the setting of a fantasy film, yet it is a reality for the residents of several Chinese cities. These underground cities, sprawling beneath urban landscapes, are…
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China’s New Military Training Facility in Cuba: A Geopolitical Analysis

China’s New Military Training Facility in Cuba: A Geopolitical Analysis

China's recent move to establish a military training base in Cuba has set the stage for a new chapter in the saga of global geopolitics. This decision amplifies China's military expansion, placing it squarely in the Western Hemisphere, and has drawn the attention of global powers, notably the United States. The forthcoming base, which is projected to be operational in a few years, is regarded as a strategic maneuver by China to augment its military influence. This development has gained coverage by numerous reputable sources such as The Telegraph, Bloomberg, and National Review. The Geopolitical Significance of the Base In…
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Addressing Food Security in China: Achieving Self-Sufficiency and Stabilizing Grain Production

Addressing Food Security in China: Achieving Self-Sufficiency and Stabilizing Grain Production

Xi Jinping – who holds the position of President in China, called for greater emphasis on achieving and maintaining a state of food self-sufficiency in response to recent concerns about weaknesses exposed with its national supply chains. The government's target for the year 2023 outlined in their annual work report involves achieving a stable grain output with a target exceeding 650 million tonnes, known popularly as 'military order' by China's agriculture minister. Despite this fact, China's per capita grains production saw a mere increase from the year 2013 with a recorded value of four hundred sixty-two point five kilograms compared…
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