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Modern Cuban missile crisis? Analysts warn China could ship containerized nuclear missiles to South America
China has been secretly developing Trojan horse-style nuclear missiles which could be hidden in shipping containers and sent to ports in South America for a surprise attack on United States, analysts warned. Read More.
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Latest China threats: Quest for Atlantic Ocean bases, containerized missiles
The Biden Administration was concerned enough about China’s potential to establish an Atlantic Ocean military base/port in Equatorial Guinea that it dispatched Principal Deputy National Security Advisor Jon Finer to the African nation. Read More.
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Army report proposes new strategy as military balance on Taiwan Strait now favors China
At risk of losing a war with China while trying to defend Taiwan, the United States can deter a Chinese takeover of the island nation via a strategy of non-military “deterrence by punishment,” the U.S. Army said in a journal report. Read More.
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China threat against U.S. officials visiting Taiwan recalls 1983 downing of KAL airliner
China used its official media to hint that it would use its air force possibly to shoot down aircraft carrying United States officials visiting Taiwan. Read More.
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With NASA delays, China could win new Moon race with strategic consequences
Over the last week the “new race” to the Moon got closer, with the United States announcing delays and China hinting at an acceleration. Read More.
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China now has world’s largest navy, aims to control South China Sea, East China Sea
By the end of the decade, the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN), already the world’s largest navy, will boast an arsenal of 460 warships, according to the Pentagon’s latest annual report on Chinese military power. Read More.
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Kicking Soros out: New El Salvador law targets outside influencers
With the rest of the world going the way of North Korea in recent months, here's why hope springs eternal. Read More.
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Pentagon China report: Highly-coordinated Info War exploits compromised U.S. influencers
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has become quite adept at shaping Americans’ view of China, a Pentagon report said. Read More.
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PLA report: China seeks ‘information dominance’ over U.S.
In any future conflict with the United States, China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) plans to launch electronic attacks, wage computer network warfare, conduct psychological warfare and employ military deception, according to an internal PLA report. Read More.
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Report: Abandoned by Team Biden, Afghan allies forced to join ISIS to survive
Former Afghan security personnel who aided the United States during the war are now being hunted by the Taliban and have resorted to joining the Islamic State-Khorasan Province (ISIS-K) after being abandoned by Team Biden, a report said. Read More.
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China may be the first to deploy a microwave air defense weapon
China and the United States are in a race to develop microwave weapons to defeat swarms of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Read More.
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Pompeo: Chinese influence ops active in every state; Pension funds fueling buildup
Intent on winning the information war in the United States, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has dispatched operatives to all 50 states, targeting federal, state and local governments, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said. Read More.
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Was China’s military on alert last November? Gen. Milley says yes, top Trump officials say no
Gen. Mark Milley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has justified his two calls late last year to his counterpart at China's People's Liberation Army by insisting that “a significant degree of intelligence” indicated the Chinese military was on alert for a surprise U.S. attack in the run-up to the November 2020 U.S. presidential election. Read More.
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Ratcliffe: Documents he supplied Durham support additional indictments
Former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said he supplied special counsel John Durham with some 1,000 documents which support additional charges in Durham's investigation into the origins of the Trump-Russia hoax. Read More.
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DoD’s first software chief's parting shot: U.S. bureaucracy, Google lost AI war with China
The Pentagon’s software chief said he resigned because China has already won the artificial intelligence (AI) war. Read More.

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