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China’s War Machine Is Betting the Future on Drones
News Analysis A swarm of drones flies through the night sky over the Pacific. Shrouded in darkness and less than 100 miles from the California coastline, they move in groups ...
June 29, 2022
An Assessment of China’s Experimental Aircraft and UAVs at the 12th Zhuhai Airshow
Airshow China—the biannual exhibition held in Zhuhai city where China displays its latest tactical weapons—was held this year ...
November 12, 2018
Experimental Drone Will Expand China’s Missile Reach
The "Divine Eagle" drone will give the Chinese military an ongoing eye in the sky for ballistic missiles ...
May 29, 2015
Forget Electric Cars, NASA Is Already Developing a Battery-Powered Plane (Video)
A new era of flying may be upon us: A battery-powered electric plane with 10 engines developed by ...
May 4, 2015
Another European Country Is Experimenting With Drone Delivery
Last year, Germany's postal service began a drone delivery program. This summer, another European country plans to test ...
April 23, 2015
World’s First ‘Drone Circus’ is Simultaneously Creepy and Amazing
Amsterdam will feature the world’s first drone air show, or more specifically, a “drone entertainment show.”
February 16, 2015
Monstrous Gun-Mounted Robot Spiders Proposed for China’s Military
Weapons designers in China may be watching too many Japanese cartoons. A new military vehicle design published in ...
September 23, 2014
Drone Journalism Moving Ahead in Canada
Using drones in journalism is taking a step closer to reality in Canada, but a host of ethical ...
April 9, 2014
Top 20 Stories of 2013 – No. 14: More Drones, but Legal Questions Remain
As part of our comprehensive year-end coverage, Epoch Times editors have made a selection of stories that we believe ...
December 19, 2013
Australia’s Foreign Minister Says ‘Long Road’ Ahead to Stabilize Relations With China
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