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Misteriosa collisione nel Mar Cinese Meridionale ...
Acciaccato ... ma di ritorno alla base ...

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Attack submarine USS Connecticut (SSN-22) pulled into San Diego, Calif., Sunday morning after transiting the Pacific Ocean on the surface due to damage from a collision in the South China Sea.
Ship spotter WarshipCam first posted a photo of the Seawolf-class attack submarine pulling into the San Diego harbor early Sunday.

... news.usni.org ... https://news.usni.org/2021/12/12/uss-connecticut-pulls-into-san-diego-after-surface-transit-from-guam ...

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Misteriosa collisione nel Mar Cinese Meridionale ...
Il sottomarino USS Connecticut lascia San Diego con destinazione Bremerton ...

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The damaged nuclear attack submarine USS Connecticut (SSN-22) departed San Diego, Calif., on Wednesday, a Navy spokesperson confirmed to USNI News.
Connecticut arrived in San Diego on Sunday after an almost month-long surface transit from Guam, USNI News reported. 
The Navy has said the submarine is ultimately bound for Bremerton, Wash., to undergo repairs following the collision.
The attack boat struck an underwater mountain on Oct. 2, according to a summary of the investigation previously reported by USNI News. 
The impact into the seamount in the South China Sea resulted in damage to the sonar dome, making travel underwater unsafe, several Navy officials told USNI News.

... news.usni.org ... https://news.usni.org/2021/12/15/damaged-attack-submarine-uss-connecticut-leaves-san-diego ...

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Nell'eventualità di un conflitto nel Pacifico ...

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Preparing for conflict in the Pacific will require more than learning to fly fighters out of austere locations - it will also call for small bomber crews to go on quick consecutive missions to unfamiliar places.
In a kinetic “bomber agile combat employment” (BACE) exercise Dec. 6-8, two B-52s from the 5th Bomb Wing at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., conducted a mission in Canada then flew to Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., for a second mission, this time working alongside Navy counterparts.
“This was laying the foundation and the bed for getting to that austere and unfamiliar location,” Air Force Capt. Austyn Wilson, a weapons system officer in the wing’s 23rd Bomb Squadron, said in an interview. 
Wilson flew on one of the B-52s from Minot to Edwards and back for the two missions in three days.
Pacific Air Forces has spent decades adapting to operations in contested environments, first under the dynamic force employment concept and now under the Air Force’s new priority, agile combat employment (ACE).

... airforcemag.com ... https://www.airforcemag.com/minot-b-52s-fly-to-canada-then-calif-to-practice-the-bomber-version-of-ace/ ...

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Un recente rapporto del Dipartimento di Stato degli Stati Uniti che esamina le rivendicazioni marittime della Repubblica Popolare Cinese nel Mar Cinese Meridionale ...

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This study examines the maritime claims of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in the South China Sea. 
The PRC’s expansive maritime claims in the South China Sea are inconsistent with international law as reflected in the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (“Convention”).

... news.usni.org ... https://news.usni.org/2022/01/13/state-department-report-on-chinese-claims-in-the-south-china-sea ...

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4 ore fa, TT-1 Pinto ha scritto:

Un recente rapporto del Dipartimento di Stato degli Stati Uniti che esamina le rivendicazioni marittime della Repubblica Popolare Cinese nel Mar Cinese Meridionale ...

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... news.usni.org ... https://news.usni.org/2022/01/13/state-department-report-on-chinese-claims-in-the-south-china-sea ...

Il bello è che gli USA sono uno dei pochissimi paesi che non hanno mai ratificato UNCLOS (United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea). E pretendono che gli altri la rispettino.

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E comunque, le rivendicazioni cinesi risalgono a molto prima la nascita delle nazioni unite.

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4 ore fa, TT-1 Pinto ha scritto:

Sarebbe a dire ?

La scoperta di queste isole da parte dei cinesi risale addirittura ai tempi della dinastia Qing, 17esimo secolo.

Ma la prima vera rivendicazione in tempi moderni è durante la prima repubblica (1911)

Nel 1930 anche i francesi avevano avanzato rivendicazioni di sovranità sulle isole come parte dell'indocina. I cinesi erano impotenti.

Poi nel 1939, queste isole vennero annesse al breve impero giapponese. Acquisizioni che persero con la resa incondizionata all'America.

Nel 1946, finita la 2° guerra mondiale, la Cina di Chiang Kai-shek riprese il controllo delle isole. E qui apro una parentesi: Taiwan occupa tuttora l'isola di Itu Aba Island / Taiping Island, (la più grande dell'arcipelago, con acqua potabile ) e avanza rivendicazioni sul resto delle isole proprio come la Cina continentale. Chiusa parentesi

Nel 1947 i francesi, cannoniere dispiegate, sono tornati a farsi sentire rivendicando e occupando le isole Spratley. 
La diplomazia cinese protestò impontente. Ma la fortuna dei cugini d'oltralpe comincierà a scemare con la decolonizzazione dell'indocina (vedi La battaglia di Ðiện Biên Phủ ).


Dopo la vittoria dei comunisti in Cina (1949) e dopo la guerra coreana. Gli USA, forte della propria marina, hanno esteso un protettorato informale su Taiwan e altre isole del mar cinese meridionale. 
Senza gli USA, Taiwan sarebbe già sotto bandiera cinese e le isole Spratley pure.
E invece gli USA ci sono e quindi i cinesi hanno dovuto aspettare più di mezzo secolo per tornare "a farsi sentire".
 

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Esercitazioni svolte da forze navali di vari paesi in mari sempre più affollati ... 🚢🚢🚢🚢🚢

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The Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group and Essex Amphibious Ready Group with the embarked 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit are now drilling in the South China Sea.
Images released by the U.S Navy show carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70), landing helicopter dock USS Essex (LHD-2), amphibious dock landing ship USS Pearl Harbor (LSD-52), cruiser USS Lake Champlain (CG-57), destroyer USS Michael Murphy ( DDG-112), dry cargo ship USNS Alan Shephard (T-AKE-3) and replenishment ship USNS John Ericsson (T-AO-194) sailing in the South China Sea on Thursday.

... usni.org ... https://news.usni.org/2022/01/14/carrier-uss-carl-vinson-essex-amphibious-ready-group-drill-in-the-south-china-sea ...

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"Potrebbe essere un bagno di sangue per la Marina" ... 

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Two House Armed Services Committee lawmakers forecast a difficult upcoming budget cycle for the Navy and criticized the service for not coming to Congress with a strategy to build a fleet that can counter China.
Speaking to the annual Surface Navy Association symposium, Reps. Elaine Luria (D-Va.) and Mike Gallagher (R-Wis.) voiced concern over the Navy’s impending Fiscal Year 2023 budget submission.
“Everything I hear from inside the building, not with details, is that the next one is actually going to be worse,” Luria said of the Fiscal Year 2023 budget, comparing it to the FY 2022 plan that asked for fewer battleforce ships than previously projected.
“And it really frightens me. It frightens me when we have … increased aggressive actions of China against Taiwan, not only in rhetoric, but their sorties,” she added.
Gallagher echoed Luria’s concerns and said he has heard similar rumblings about the budget slated for release in the coming months.
It could be a bloodbath for the Navy,” he said.

... news.usni.org ... https://news.usni.org/2022/01/12/hasc-lawmakers-forecast-bloodbath-for-navy-fy-2023-budget ...

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Resistere ad una eventuale invasione cinese ... la "Mission: Impossible" di Taiwan ...

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Tensions across the Taiwan Strait intensified in 2021. 
China's military flights into Taiwan's air-defense identification zone more than doubled last year, and in the final days of December, Taipei and Beijing warned each other against crossing any red lines.
Taiwan's Defense Ministry has said it is confident that it would be difficult for China to pull off a full-scale invasion, and the US Department of Defense's most recent report on China's military, released in November, says China "appears willing to defer the use of military force" against Taiwan, which it views as a breakaway province, as long as it thinks that unification can be negotiated and that the costs of conflict outweigh the benefits.
China's military, known officially as the People's Liberation Army (PLA), has a clear numerical advantage in troops, ships, and aircraft. 
Those forces are improving as the PLA continues its modernization efforts, and despite Taiwan embarking on its own military modernization, China's advantage has only grown in recent years.

... businessinsider.com ... https://www.businessinsider.com/pentagon-charts-show-chinas-military-advantage-over-taiwan-2022-1?r=US&IR=T ...

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Nuovo "assaggio" delle capacità di difesa aerea di Taiwan da parte di 39 velivoli della PLAAF ...

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The Ministry of National Defense (MND) on Sunday (Jan. 23) reported the intrusion of 39 Chinese military aircraft into Taiwan's air defense identification zone (ADIZ), matching the record for the second-largest incursion in one day.
At 10:45 p.m. on Sunday evening, the MND reported that 39 People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) aircraft infringed on Taiwan's ADIZ. 
The aircraft included 24 Shenyang J-16 fighter jets, 10 Chengdu J-10 fighters, one Xi'an H-6 bomber, two Shaanxi Y-9 electronic warfare aircraft (Y-9 EW), and two Shaanxi Y-8 electronic intelligence spotter planes (Y-8 ELINT).

... taiwannews.com.tw/en ... https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/4419716 ...

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Gli Stati Uniti starebbero valutando la possibilità di accelerare la consegna degli F-16V ordinati da Taiwan ...

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The US is looking for ways to accelerate delivery of Taiwan’s next generation of newly built F-16 jets, US officials said, bolstering the Taiwanese air force’s ability to respond to what Taipei and Washington see as increasing intimidation by the Chinese military.
The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that they have not yet come up with a solution on how to speed up delivery of Block 70 F-16s, manufactured by Lockheed Martin Corp and equipped with new capabilities.
The aircraft are slated to be delivered by the end of 2026.

... taipeitimes.com ... https://www.taipeitimes.com/News/front/archives/2022/01/22/2003771850 ...

Anche qui ... (con qualcos'altro, qualche mese fa) ...

... taiwannews.com.tw/en... https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/4316806 ...

Nel frattempo ... le "incursioni" cinesi continuano senza sosta ... ... https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/4421103# ... 🇨🇳

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