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China's New Cybersecurity Actions

Building of Unit 61398 in China

As the New York Times teaches China's spies that the old saying "Never argue with the man who buys ink by the barrel" still holds true in the cyber age, it might be useful to put this new turn in cybersecurity issues into context.

Explore Ken Lieberthal's and my report on the impact that cybersecurity has been having on US-China relations [PDF] (note: there is already a Chinese language version [PDF] on the Brookings website, so that the poor fellows busy in UNIT 61398 don't have to worry about translation) and my work on explaining these Advanced Persistant Threat campaigns.

  • Peter W. Singer was the director of the Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence and a senior fellow in Foreign Policy at Brookings. Singer’s research focused on three core issues: the future of war, current U.S. defense needs and future priorities, and the future of the U.S. defense system.

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