A Chinese Database Is Tracking American Nuclear Scientists and Military Officers By: Caroline Delbert Link to article: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/chinese-database-tracking-american-nuclear-180800177.html In 2013, Office of Personnel Management (OPM) databases were breached, with China being the primary suspect. This breach was followed up with significant breaches at Equifax, Yahoo, and Anthem. China has now built a database of US nuclear and strategic industrial scientis
If China loses a future war, entropy could be imminent By: Jan Kallberg Link to the article referenced: https://bit.ly/300BogB Modern warfare is integration, joint operations, command, control, intelligence, and the ability to understand and execute the ongoing, all-domain fight. War is complex machinery with low margins of error and can have devastating outcomes for the ill-prepared. It does not matter if you are against or for the U.S. military operations in the last three
The Stunningly Successful Propaganda of “Chinawood” By: Bob Pearson and Franak Viacorka Link to the article referenced: https://bit.ly/2WDz1xw Excellent article that is spot on with China's use of "soft power" to push forward with gaining influence and large controlling shares of the information environment. Another example of infrastructure that was not mentioned in the article is the push by Huwei in building out 5G cell infrastructure, even in the countries of our allies.
U.S. dependence on China's rare earth: Trade war vulnerability By: Simon Webb, Lisa Shumaker and Jonathan Oati Link to article referenced: https://reut.rs/2JgPkd3 The points brought up in the article are valid from both the economic and strategic viewpoints. For those with the capacity and with the focus of the government to develop the indigenous rare earth industry, investment into the development of processing capabilities and mining domestically could not only potentiall
LinkedIn is becoming China's go-to platform for recruiting foreign spies By: Jeff Stone Link to the article that is referenced: https://bit.ly/2WuZufe The advent of social media connected people like never before. As usual, criminals, nation-state competitors, foreign intelligence services and propaganda machines were early adopters of the technology and the potential for information gathering and misuse of information exploded. LinkedIn provided a niche for professionals to