The New York Times recently claimed it was “attacked by Chinese hackers,” but the US has yet to produce any damning evidence to support the wild accusations.
Following the most recent North Korean missile launch, Doug Bandow argues that Washington must relearn the art of diplomacy in order to encourage Chinese pressure on Kim Jong-un.
This essay dissects the implications of China’s “Internet Sovereignty” policy following WCIT-12. Offered as an alternative vision to the U.S.’s “Internet freedom” agenda, the Chinese approach holds sway in the Global South as we enter a new Internet world no longer dominated by liberal democracies.
It is essential for the Obama administration to have close consultation with China and to take China’s security concerns into full consideration, especially at the time when strategic suspicion has grown because of US rebalancing strategy.
After the United States narrowly avoided a fall off the fiscal cliff, Richard Weitz provides analysis on how American’s budget woes will affect the Pentagon and the Pivot to Asia.
Similar to the fictional “missile gap” during the Cold War, Franz Stefan-Gady argues that a the China-US relationship is in danger of falling into a fictional “cyber weapons gap.”
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