#Terrornoia Update: Mar. 4, 2014

March 4, 2014 in News

#Terrornoia Update | Peter Dale Scott primers; rebel chaos spreads in Syria and the Levant; more terror strikes in Asia and Africa; and deep state terror intrigue: 9/11, Deep State Violence and the Hope of Internet Politics, Zawahri still a dark force in global jihad, FBI Had Direct Link to Bin Laden in 1993…

Why U.S. Policy in East Asia Is Dangerous

August 6, 2013 in News

Ivan Eland | The United States, which has dominated East Asia since World War II, is now “pivoting” towards that region to stem the rise of a new regional power—China. Following the instinct of most international powers to foil the ascent of a rival for domination, this approach rarely works and is charting a dangerous course.

The Two Faux Democracies Threaten Life On Earth

July 29, 2013 in News

Paul Craig Roberts | Amitai Etzioni has raised an important question: “Who authorized preparations for war with China?” http://yalejournal.org/2013/06/12/who-authorized-preparations-for-war-with-china/ Etzioni says that the war plan is not the sort of contingency plan that might be on hand for an improbable event.

Chinese State Government Disapproves of Django Unchained, Pulls All Screenings

April 11, 2013 in News

The Telegraph | China has cancelled screenings of Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained as the Asian country continues its policy of censoring Hollywood movies. Chinese cinemas cancelled all screenings of Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained…

Another Chinese National Heading to Prison for Illegally Exporting Military Trade Secrets

March 27, 2013 in News

BBC News | A US court has sentenced a Chinese national to more than five years in prison for illegally exporting military trade secrets to China.

Escalating U.S.-China Espionage Signals New Cold War

March 20, 2013 in News

Worldcrunch | China and the U.S. have been fighting about industrial espionage and intellectual property for a long time now. So why is the U.S. making these high profile moves now?

USPACOM Army Officer Arrested for Sharing Nuclear Secrets with Chinese National Girlfriend

March 19, 2013 in News

KITV News | Benjamin P. Bishop, 59, is alleged to have romatic relationship with woman from China to whom he unlawfully shared documents relating to national defense and nuclear secrets.

NASA Contractor Arrested on Suspicion of Exporting “Sensitive Information” to China

March 19, 2013 in News

Daily Press | A Chinese national who was under active investigation for possible violations of federal arms control laws…is accused of lying to federal agents about the computers and storage devices he was carrying when agents boarded the plane he was on at Dulles International Airport.

Chinese Drones Being Developed for Aerial Denial of U.S. Military

March 13, 2013 in News

Flight International | Chinese thinkers see long-range UAVs serving a number of roles in any anti-access/aerial denial campaign against the USA.

China Rejects U.S. Accusations of Cyberattacks, Cites Lack of Evidence

February 20, 2013 in News

CNet | China is refuting a report that names its military as the source of recent cyberattacks against the U.S. A report released this week by U.S. security firm Mandiant linked the People’s Liberation Army to a large number of cyberattacks…