, The Washington Times
China’s strategy of large-scale cyberattacks is motivated mainly by the goal of keeping the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in power, in addition to gaining economic secrets and planning cyberattacks in a conflict, according to a new report by the Center for a New American Security. Continue reading
by DJ Summers. Fortune
For one unnamed American biomedical company, it took five years to bring a new product to market as it stuttered on the ideation assembly line. Continue reading
by Paul Craig Roberts, OpEdNews
The aggressive and mindless stance that Washington’s warmongers have taken toward Russia and China have shattered the accomplishment of Reagan and Gorbachev. Continue reading
by Charlie Osborne, CNET
China has excluded and Kaspersky Lab from a list of approved antivirus vendors, suggesting a trend of restrictions imposed on foreign technology in favor of home-grown varieties.
State-owned news agency People’s Daily reported the news on Sunday. In a tweet, the publication said the Chinese government’s procurement agency “has excluded Symantec & Kaspersky” from a list of approved cybersecurity software vendors. While the US-based and Russian companies don’t appear to have made the grade, Chinese officials have approved the use of five other firms — all of which are based in China. Continue reading
David Archibald, American Thinker
China has built an offshore oil drilling rig, numbered HD-981, specifically for the purpose invalidating other nations’ claims to seabed they thought was theirs. Continue reading
DSWright, Fire Dog Lake
For those unaware of the new US “grand strategy” it involves not just overthrowing governments in Ukraine to expand power into Eurasia but also trying to encircle East Asia’s newest power, China. Continue reading
David Sanger, Digital Forensic Investigator
In the months before Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel’s arrival in Beijing, the Obama administration quietly held an extraordinary briefing for the Chinese military leadership on a subject officials have rarely discussed in public:
Paul Craig Roberts, OpEdNews
Does Obama realize that he is leading the US and its puppet states to war with Russia and China, or is Obama being manipulated into this disaster by his neoconservative speech writers and government officials?
Shruti Date Singh and Jeff Wilson, Bloomberg
Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. (ADM) and Bunge Ltd. (BG), two of the world’s largest grain traders, are facing a new obstacle in their quest to expand corn exports to China — U.S. farmers.
We’ve reported on some pretty impressive cases of researchers doing their own peer review, one of which led to 28 retractions. We have another. Yongdeng Lei, of the School of Geography and Remote Sensing Science at Beijing Normal University, pulled the wool over the eyes of two Springer journals. Here’s the notice from Environmental Management for “Typhoon Disasters and Adaptive Governance in Guangdong, China:”