Congress is preparing to ask the State Department inspector general to conduct an investigation into the Voice of America and whether it was pressured by China to halt a live broadcast of an exiled Chinese businessman.
China achieved a breakthrough development for high-speed missiles equipped with a new high-technology ramjet engine, according to state media.
Taiwan severed diplomatic ties with Panama on Tuesday to “uphold the sovereignty and dignity of the nation” one day after Panama cut ties with its longtime ally in favor of establishing relations with China.
The Trump administration plans to cut $4.5 million from Radio Free Asia, which would sharply reduce the number of pro-democracy Chinese broadcasts into China.
A Chinese company warned Monday that some of its remote-controlled video cameras contain flaws that a security firm said could be used in cyber attacks and cyber espionage.
Nuclear defense experts called for a bipartisan effort to revitalize the U.S. ballistic missile programs at this year’s nuclear posture review in a report discussed at the Center for Strategic and International Studies on Tuesday.
China is militarizing disputed islands in the South China Sea and is using non-military coercion in a bid to control strategic waters in Asia, the Pentagon said in its latest annual report on the Chinese military.
A Chinese cyber security firm carried out a global campaign of cyber espionage and reconnaissance for the Ministry of State Security, Beijing’s main civilian spy service, according to security researchers.
The acting U.S. ambassador to China resigned on Monday to protest President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate change accord.
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson spoke recently about the need to protect American military advantages, but appears unconcerned by Chinese spying on naval exercises.