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Demonstrators, with a poster on the right reading "internet is our only chance," attend the Free Internet rally in response to a bill making its way through parliament calling for all internet traffic to be routed through servers in Russia— making VPNs (virtual private networks) ineffective, in Moscow, Russia, Sunday, March 10, 2019.
A New Internet for Russia, or Communist State Controls?
Russia recently tested disconnecting from the World Wide Web as part of an exercise to bolster its cybersecurity. The tests were conducted as part of the “sovereign internet” law the country had passed two years...
Russia recently tested its Zircon hypersonic missile successfully once again.
Russia Tests Nuclear-Capable Hypersonic Missile
Russia has successfully tested its Zircon hypersonic cruise missile once again. The Defense Ministry revealed that the missile was fired from its Admiral Gorshkov warship. It traveled at seven times the speed of sound and...
China Is Building More Than 100 New Silos for Nuclear Missiles: Experts
China has begun to construct what independent experts believe are more than 100 new silos for intercontinental ballistic missiles in the desert outside the northwestern city of Yumen, according to researchers.  Satellite images obtained by...
Prominent Chinese Nuclear Scientist Found Dead After Fall From Building, Authorities Rule Out Homicide
On Thursday, June 17, prominent Chinese nuclear scientist and vice-president of Harbin Engineering University, Zhang Zhijian, was found dead after what appears to be a fall from a building at the universities’ campus. The university,...
Nine four-star generals have asked top spy chiefs to declassify the intel they have on Russian and Chinese schemes aimed at undermining America.
US Generals Ask Spy Chiefs to Declassify Intel on Chinese and Russian Schemes, PLA Nuclear Capability Grows
Last year, nine four-star generals sent a memo to top officials of the U.S. intelligence community, requesting they declassify information pertaining to the “pernicious conduct” of Russia and China. The memo, which is nicknamed ’36-star...
The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) unofficial ban on Australian coal has turned into a boon for U.S. industry.
US Sees Boost to Chinese Coal Exports After Australia Ban
The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) unofficial ban on Australian coal has turned into a boon for U.S. industry. However, Chinese citizens have often been left holding the bag as energy shortages have hit the world’s...
A senior NATO official arrested in September last year for spying on behalf of China was recently convicted.
Senior NATO Official in Estonia Convicted of Spying for China
In September last year, a senior NATO official arrested for spying on behalf of China was recently convicted. The spy, an Estonian military defense scientist, named Tarmo Kouts, is a popular figure among the country’s...
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov attends a meeting with his Chinese counterpart in Sochi on May 13, 2019. Russia’s Foreign Minister said countries must not violate human rights or the rights of travellers in any form of vaccine certificate or vaccine passport rollout during a press conference in China on March 22.
Russia’s Foreign Minister: ‘We Must Prevent Violations of Human Rights’ With Vaccine Passport Implementation
Russia’s Foreign Minister said vaccine passport schemes must not violate human rights and also wore a mask that appeared to speak out against pandemic lockdown measures during a visit to China on March 22.  According...
Russia has given Twitter a 30-day ultimatum to remove “banned content” from its platform. Illegal content includes child pornography, that related to suicide and drugs, and information about Kremlin critic Alexis Navalny.
Russia Orders Twitter to Remove Child Pornography and Other ‘Banned’ Content
Russia has given Twitter a 30-day ultimatum to remove “banned content” from its platform. Illegal content includes child pornography that is related to suicide, drugs, and information about Kremlin critic Alexis Navalny. If the social...
An aggressive Chinese hacking group hacked 30,000 American governmental and commercial establishments via a Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerability.
Communist Chinese Hackers Compromise 30,000 American Companies
An aggressive Chinese hacking group hacked 30,000 American governmental and commercial establishments via a Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerability. The Wall Street Journal reported that the number of affected organizations could go up to 250,000. The...
The governor of Texas, Republican Greg Abbott, plans to sign into law a bill that will prevent social media platforms from censoring the state's citizens' posts.
Texas Cracks Down on Big Tech Censorship with New Bill
The governor of Texas, Republican Greg Abbott, plans to sign into law a bill that will prevent social media platforms from censoring the state’s citizens’ posts. After declaring that censorship won’t be tolerated in the...
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis gives updates about the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic during a press conference on April 17, 2020 in Fort Lauderdale. A DeSantis Executive Order eliminated all fines from COVID-19 lockdown measure enforcement by county and city government officials.
State of Florida Cracks Down on Beijing’s ‘Economic Infiltration’
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced a focused effort to crack down on what he calls “meticulous and deliberate” Chinese Communist Party (CCP) economic infiltration in his state during a press conference on Monday, March 1....