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By Ken Allard
Only the National Guard can re-establish homeland security
Topic - Michael Pillsbury
China’s military fears a major cyberattack against its strategic forces, and communist leaders also worry about cyberstrikes against infrastructure, according to Michael Pillsbury, a former Reagan administration defense-planning chief.
Michael Pillsbury, a former senior U.S. defense department official and China specialist, noted that Washington only announced the indictment nearly three weeks after it was made by a grand jury in Pennsylvania.
"Zhou's ouster would be a major blow to the notion that there are no factions within the Chinese leadership," Mr. Pillsbury said. "He has been involved in two of China's most important sectors — energy and security — and his arrest would cement Xi Jinping's hold on power."