CHINESE CYBERTHREATS TO U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY
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CHINESE CYBERTHREATS TO U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY
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The author researches Chinese cyberthreats to the U.S. national security. Multiple sources prove that China recently has become very active in cyberspace. Along with economic benefits, this activity gives China a serious military advantage as well. Such situation requires the reconsideration of US National Security Strategy.
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01.11.2013
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