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Hong Kong remains hub for illicit chip flows to Russia

Business Day 23 Jul 2024
A separate customs data set from C4ADS, a Washington-based global security nonprofit, showed that more than 200 Hong Kong-registered firms shipped nearly $2bn worth of goods to Russian buyers between August and December 2023.
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LETTER: On repealing the Jones Act

Guam Pacific Daily News 23 Jul 2024
Matson shipping containers stored dockside at the Jose D ... That’s because the cost of shipping necessarily helps determine the prices a store must charge, and there is little doubt that the Jones Act drives shipping costs higher.
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Biden admin unfreezes 500-pound bomb shipment to Israel

The American Israelite 23 Jul 2024
(JNS) — The Biden administration will unfreeze a shipment of 500-pound bombs to Israel at the heart of a public dispute between Washington and Jerusalem. The bombs “are in the process of being shipped” ...
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Blinken to shore up US relationships in Asia amid political uncertainty at home

Colorado Springs Gazette 22 Jul 2024
The trip comes at the end of a tumultuous month in Washington ... Kritenbrink said Washington welcomed an announcement by Manila on Sunday that it had reached an understanding on the resupply of a Filipino naval ship beached on the Second Thomas Shoal.
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Exclusive-Illicit chip flows to Russia seen slowing, but China, Hong Kong remain transshipment hubs

Colorado Springs Gazette 21 Jul 2024
HONG KONG/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Semiconductors and other restricted goods shipped through China and Hong Kong to fuel Russia's war effort fell by a fifth this year previously undisclosed U.S.
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The Philippines has reached an agreement with China to redeploy its forces on a disputed ...

The Cleveland American 21 Jul 2024
Manila has a mutual defense treaty with the United States According to Washington, both sides must come to the defense of the other in the event of an “armed attack” against ships, ...
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Archeologists find musket balls fired during one of Revolutionary War\u2019s 1st battles

Journal Gazette 21 Jul 2024
A history of US military ships — from the Revolutionary War to today ... Realizing that the Katy wouldn’t be able to fend off the British empire on its own, George Washington began personally procuring more capable ships ... USS George Washington.
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Israeli attacks on Yemen undermine efforts to end regional violence: Kuwait

Anadolu Agency 21 Jul 2024
American officials told private Israeli Channel 12 that Tel Aviv conducted the attack on Al Hudaydah independently, without any military involvement from Washington.
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Yemen’s Houthis vow continued support for Gaza despite Israeli attacks

Anadolu Agency 21 Jul 2024
American officials told private Israeli Channel 12 that Tel Aviv conducted the attack on Al Hudaydah independently, without any military involvement from Washington.
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Russia Says It May Deploy Nuclear Missiles in Response to New US Missile Deployment to Germany

Scheerpost 21 Jul 2024
The US announced the deployment during last week’s NATO summit in Washington and said it would also include SM-6 missiles and “developmental hypersonic weapons.” Based on the statement, the US likely ...
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In a Conflict With China, Carriers Might be Best Used as Decoys

The Maritime Executive 21 Jul 2024
However, the fleet experienced greater losses among support and picket ships as they were often the first ships Kamikaze pilots would encounter.11 ... capital ships ... Ships Sent to Taiwan,” The Washington Post, March 11th, 1996.
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USS Ronald Reagan returns to Northwest, but won't arrive in Bremerton just yet

Kitsap Sun 19 Jul 2024
As a matter of operational security, the Navy doesn't discuss specific dates regarding future ship movements, but the Ronald Reagan will first stop at Naval Air Station North Island to conduct hull ...
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Yemen's Huthis claim Tel Aviv drone attack

Gulf-Times 19 Jul 2024
... trade, according to the International Chamber of Shipping.Egypt's Suez Canal on Thursday reported a 23.4-percent drop in revenues attributed to disruptions in Red Sea shipping over the past year.
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World's first hydrogen-powered commercial ferry to run on SF Bay

The Manila Times 19 Jul 2024
Backers also hope hydrogen fuel cells could eventually power container ships ... The vessel was constructed at Bay Ship and Yacht in Alameda, California, and All-American Marine in Bellingham, Washington.

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