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Latest China'S Military Items
Chinese cyberattacks and electronic intrusions into U.S. computer networks in peacetime are part of the preparations for a future high-technology war against the United States, according to the U.S. Pacific Command's new commander.
A federal judge on Wednesday convicted a Chinese-born American of stealing trade secrets but acquitted him of corporate espionage at a trial that highlighted fears about China's pilfering U.S. company secrets.
Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta on Thursday will put the official Pentagon stamp on a new U.S. strategy toward Asia — to solidify efforts to refocus on countering China's growing arsenal of missiles, submarines, cyberweapons and other forces designed to push U.S. forces out of the region.
China this month took a major step forward in completing its first global satellite navigation system, known as the Compass, or Beidou, Navigation Satellite System. The 10th satellite in the system, Beidou IGSO 5, was launched Dec. 1 and joined the many other Chinese positioning and tracking assets in outer space that were launched since 2000.
Deputy Energy Secretary Daniel B. Poneman is working on a major Obama administration initiative that would renew scientist exchanges between U.S. nuclear weapons laboratories and Chinese nuclear facilities.
U.S. lawmakers and Obama administration officials say France has stymied a 3½-year State Department investigation into whether a French defense contractor illegally gave U.S. satellite technology to China.
New intelligence indicates that North Korea is moving ahead with building its first road-mobile intercontinental ballistic missile, an easily hidden weapon capable of hitting the United States, according to Obama administration officials.
The Obama administration's arms-control-centered security policies appear to be on the ropes.
The Pentagon announced Wednesday the creation of a new office to deal with China's growing military power in Asia, and defense officials said the office represents a harsh policy rebuke to pro-China analysts who for the past 20 years sought to minimize Beijing's forces.