South Korea has made significant advancements in its missile program out of the eye of the international media. But the rapid pace of development is being closely tracked by North Korea, China, and Russia. Read More.
China’s intelligence operation is “extraordinarily well resourced” with “hundreds of thousands” of civilian intelligence officers dispatched to steal secrets and technology worldwide, the chief of Great Britain’s MI6 intelligence service said. Read More.
A computer hacker who had obtained a database from a police network in Shanghai which contained records on 1 billion Chinese citizens attempted to sell the database for 10 bitcoin, or about $200,000. Read More.
Amid increased activity in the western Pacific by Chinese and Russian warships, the U.S. and allied naval forces were set to launch Rim of the Pacific, or RIMPAC, the world’s largest naval war games on June 29. Read More.
On June 17, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) achieved a long-sought goal on its way to realizing its ambitions for global power projection when it launched its first real “flattop” or conventional take-off or landing (CTOL) aircraft carrier. Read More.
China, Russia and North Korea in the past year have accelerated the development and deployment of weapons “specifically designed to threaten our homeland,” the commander of the Pentagon’s Northern Command recently told the U.S. Congress. Read More.
On June 1, an image surfaced on the Chinese Internet from a May 31 ceremony marking the beginning of construction of a new large unmanned combat ship for the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN), marking an advance in the next generation warfare technology of autonomous and unmanned weapons platforms. Read More.
The South Pacific is again a battleground. China is not nearly at the stage of taking over any of the 15 islands stretching across the region of Oceania, but it's definitely disturbing the foes of Chinese expansionism. Read More.
The Pentagon risks losing a 50-plus year strategic advantage in deterring Russia and China if it fails to replace missiles, bombers, and submarines that are outdated, U.S. defense officials say. Read More.
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