As tensions between China and the US continue to mount over cybersecurity concerns, Lu Jinghua urges both nations to come together and cooperate in cyberspace to avoid a catastrophic miscalculation.
As tensions over cyber security increase between US and China, diplomats in both countries are walking a tightrope to resolve an issue that has become too big to ignore. Regardless of the differences, both must find a way to navigate the cyber security waters before it leads to a situation that spins out of control.
The release of the Mandiant report may become an opportunity for China and the U.S. to open a pragmatic dialogue on cyber issues as well as in the military area, writes Li Zheng.
During the Cold War, deterrence was a strategy used to dissuade other nations from using nuclear weapons. Now, in order to avoid a cyber arms race, Yang Jian encourages the United States to end its strategy of cyberspace deterrence and institute a paradigm shift embracing global collective security.
Given the recent cyber espionage allegations against PLA Army Unit 61398, Franz-Stefan Gady reiterates that China is not the only country engaging in cyber espionage. However, the real issue is how to avoid that these sort of attacks lead to escalating tensions between the two great powers on a strategic level.
The recent allegation that Chinese military was behind hacker attacks” against US websites by certain US firms and media are not only annoying but also laughable, write officers at China’s Ministry of National Defense.
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