Tag Archives: China

China, U.S. Organize Joint Defense Activities to Boost Relationship

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and his Chinese counterpart, Gen. Chang Wanquan, have announced plans to strengthen cooperation between the two countries, Breaking Defense reported Monday. Colin Clark writes the two officials attended a press conference Monday during which they disclosed the agenda of a meeting aimed at organizing joint …

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Christopher Painter Identifies Barriers in US-China Cyber Dialogue

The chairman of the U.S.-China cyber dialogue said the two countries are yet to agree on cyber warfare regulations because they have not clearly defined cyber-related terms, Defense News reported Tuesday. Zachary Fryer-Biggs cites Christopher Painter as saying that other barriers discovered during the first meeting with China include cultural …

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Study: Joint US-China Aviation Projects Prone to Cyberespionage

A study has found that Sino-American aerospace operations are twice as likely to be hit by a cyber attack than companies with sole U.S. interest, Nextgov reported Wednesday. Aliya Sternstein writes the draft report co-authored by cyberwarfare researcher Jeff Carr, founder of security consultancy Taia Global, will be presented to …

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US, EU, China in Solar Energy Talks

The U.S. has started negotiations with the European Union and China over a resolution to disagreements over solar trade, Reuters reported Thursday. Doug Palmer writes Mike Froman, international economic affairs adviser to the president, supports a global agreement to reconcile issues related to solar energy trade. Froman spoke to the …

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