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Report: China views cyberspace as core to military, economic ambitions

June 10, 2019 |
Rick Weber
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China poses the greatest risks to U.S. national security since the Soviet Union during the Cold War, and may eventually surpass U.S. military superiority based in part on Beijing's investments in cyberspace capabilities that can project both economic and fighting power, according to leading defense policy strategists.

The Chinese People's Liberation Army is focused on “system destruction warfare [as] a dominant driver behind PLA force structure decisions and modernization priorities,” according to a report co-authored by former Deputy Secretary...


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