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‘A Chinese Military That is Active Everywhere:’ DIA China Military Power Report

Posted by Colin Clark on


WASHINGTON: China is not ready to wage war far beyond the shores of Taiwan, but it is pressing hard to develop some advanced weapons and increasingly wants to project power beyond its shores with an increasingly capable military. Those are the fundamental conclusions of the Defense Intelligence Agency in a unique report with its roots… Keep reading →

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DoD CIO Says Spectrum May Become Warfighting Domain

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


WASHINGTON: Pentagon officials are drafting new policy that would officially recognize the electromagnetic spectrum as a “domain” of warfare, joining land, sea, air, space, and cyberspace, Breaking Defense has learned. The designation would mark the biggest shift in Defense Department doctrine since cyberspace became a domain in 2006. With jamming, spoofing, radio, and radar all covered under… Keep reading →

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Deterrence Doesn’t Work in Cyberspace: CCSA

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


WASHINGTON: Cyberspace is an inherently unstable realm where traditional strategic concepts of deterrence and defense break down – and it’s the United States that has the most to lose from that instability, warns a forthcoming report from the Cyber Conflict Studies Association. “The Cyber Conflict Studies Association’s two-year study has lead to the sobering conclusion… Keep reading →

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Reading Between The Lines: DoD’s Cyber Operation Strategy

Posted by Lt. General Harry Raduege, USAF (Ret.) on


This piece first appeared in our sister publication, AOL Gov. The Department of Defense Strategy for Operating in Cyberspace has attracted its share of attention and criticism since it was released last month. For instance, critics from outside the Department believe the document is written at such a high level, it offers little of new… Keep reading →

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