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Report: China Earth Exports Policy Could Potentially Affect U.S. Military

The U.S., Japan and the European Union challenged China’s restrictions on rare-earth exports during a World Trade Organization meeting Thursday. Rare-earths are minerals considered to be critical to the production of civilian and military technologies, according to Wall Street Journal. President Obama indicated the minerals play an important role with advanced …

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DIA Head Warns Senate of China’s Space Program

The Defense Intelligence Agency director recently told a Senate committee the agency believes China is developing a space weapon program that can be used against satellites worldwide. Army Lt. Gen. Ronald Burgess presented the agency’s worldwide threats report report to the Senate Armed Services Committee last week detailing China’s anti-satellite missiles and cyber …

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Report Finds China, Russia Aggression in Cyberspace

It seems the sentiments of the Cold War haven’t been put to rest with U.S. intelligence agencies labeling Russia and China as the most significant threats to the nation’s interest. U.S. agencies concluded that the two countries have gained access to large amounts of American research and development data in …

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Pentagon Report Raises Concerns Over China Military Growth

The Chinese government should be more forthcoming on why it needs modern military capabilities, a Defense Department report says. The Pentagon delivered its much-anticipated report on China’s military advancement to Congress Wednesday. The Chinese military remains on-schedule in its effort to build a modern, regionally-focused force by 2020, the report …

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