China May Have Examined Stealth US Helicopter

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

U.S. officials believe Pakistan may have allowed China to study and take samples of the stealth helicopter that crashed during the Osama bin Laden raid in May, before they returned it to the U.S. If the allegations are true, it continues a long history of China trying to obtain U.S. military secrets. How will this latest story affect relations not only between China and the U.S., but between the U.S. and Pakistan?

What does the possibility of China gaining access to an American Blackhawk helicopter mean? How does it affect our relationship with Pakistan and China? Joining us is Gordon Chang, columnist for Forbes Magazine and author of "The Coming Collapse of China." He claims we should abandon our relationship with Pakistan.

Also joining us is Peter Brookes, senior fellow for national security affairs at The Heritage Foundation. Brookes thinks the Pakistani alliance is a long-standing relationship that benefits our national interest.


Peter Brookes and Gordon Chang

Produced by:

David J Fazekas

Comments [3]

vkmo from Silicon Valley, USA

Traitors, murderers and terrorists. East Pakistan (over half of population of Pakistan at that time) fought off in 1971 (after brutal war) from Pakistan and became the independent country of Bangladesh. In the same period, Pakistan's currency has sunk to half its value. Despite US aid, they deceived US, kept the helicopter only to show it to the Communist Red Chinese for Chinese aid in exchange for stealing US helicopter technology. This is baaaaaaaa .......... dddd!!

Aug. 16 2011 07:49 PM


thanks for your comment! we believe your point is valid, and we've changed our headline to reflect the fact that this news isn't certain yet.

Aug. 16 2011 01:58 PM

The title is very misleading. In the body of the article you say that the US "believes" blah blah blah but the title states it as a fact.

three words for you guys

western media propaganda

Aug. 16 2011 01:29 PM

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