Bill Gertz

Stratcom to Name New Command Center for Gen. LeMay

Advanced command and control facility is newest 'weapon' in U.S. nuclear arsenal

StratcomC2-2The U.S. Strategic Command, in charge of waging nuclear war, has a new command and control facility in Omaha that will keep the name of a famous warfighting Air Force general.

Huawei Planned Covertly to Sell Smartphones in U.S.

Chinese telecom sought to circumvent U.S. government ban

HuaweiChina's Huawei Technologies, the world's No. 2 smartphone maker, covertly planned to sell its smartphones in the United States disguised as non-Huawei devices, according to U.S. officials.

Stratcom: China Rapidly Building Up Nuclear Forces

Beijing doubled warhead arsenal and will double again in 10 years

OMAHA—China is aggressively building up nuclear warfighting forces as part of a larger effort to expand power over Asia and globally, according to senior officials of the U.S. Strategic Command.

China Covertly Subverting Trump Reelection

Dissident billionaire outlines Beijing's four-pronged influence strategy

Guo WenguiChina is conducting an aggressive disinformation and influence campaign designed to block the re-election of President Trump in 2020, according to a dissident Chinese billionaire who until recently was close to senior Beijing leaders.

China Outlines Space War Plans

PLA white paper confirms space operations a strategic priority for confronting U.S.

China's heavy-lift carrier rocket Long March-5 blasts offChina's strategy for developing advanced space weapons were disclosed this week in Beijing's first defense white paper issued in years.

Inside the Ring: Rubio on Huawei

Huawei 'an instrument of state power' for China

Sen. Marco RubioSen. Marco Rubio is confident that Congress will codify in law Trump administration restrictions imposed on China’s telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies, a company the Florida Republican says poses a national security threat to the United States.

U.S. Sides With Vietnam in Maritime Dispute With China

State Department warns Chinese to end 'bullying' toward oil and gas search

The State Department has warned China to halt "bullying" in the South China Sea as part of a dispute with Vietnam over oil and gas exploration in the disputed waterway.