DoD’s assessment of China’s information capabilities

To Inform is to Influence

BEIJING, CHINA: Lit up by their computers’ blue screens, delegates from across China follow the proceedings, check additional information and send e-mails during the opening session of the National People’s Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing 05 March 2000. Premier Zhu Rongji issued an unusually strong warning to leading government and Communist Party officials on corruption, saying the battle against graft should be waged at the highest level. Zhu also said China would “not sit idly by” in the face of pro-independent activity in Taiwan but he stopped short of threatening war. (ELECTRONIC IMAGE) AFP PHOTO/Stephen SHAVER (Photo credit should read STEPHEN SHAVER/AFP/Getty Images)

Mark Pomerleau    June 7

The Department of Defense made public this week its annual report to Congress on China’s military developments, shedding some light on information-based capabilities including cyber, electromagnetic spectrum operations and space operations.

The report offers greater…

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