After the United States military shot down its surveillance balloon, the Chinese government rejected the Pentagon’s request for a “secure call” between Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and People’s Republic of China Minister of National Defense Wei Fenghe. On Saturday, the Pentagon submitted a request for the call “But “the PRC has rejected our request shortly after initiating measures to bring down the PRC balloon. We remain committed to maintaining open lines of communication “Brig. Gen. Patrick Ryder, a spokesperson, stated in a statement on Tuesday. Subscribe today to and we will keep you up to date with what’s goingContinue Reading

China criticized the American military’s action on Saturday to fire down a rumored Chinese spy balloon that had flown over the country the previous week. According to the South China Morning Post, the Chinese Foreign Ministry issued a statement on Sunday morning that “seriously disapproves of and protests against the U.S. attack on a civilian unmanned airship by force.” Beijing has the right to take “additional responses that are necessary,” the ministry stated, calling the U.S.’s use of force “a clear overreaction and a serious violation of international practice.” CLICK HERE FOR AN AD FREE EXPERIENCE AND ACCESS TO VIPContinue Reading

US authorities are awaiting a reaction after the US ended what it claims was an espionage flight and China claims was an errant weather balloon. China launching a retaliatory attack is one of the potential outcomes, according to the New York Times. In Washington and Beijing this week, Secretary of State Antony Blinken informed Chinese authorities that the US had the right to use military force against the balloon. Blinken had postponed a trip to China due to the problem. Similar balloons from China and other countries have previously been seen, but this time, it seems that the unusually longContinue Reading