WND: Giving China Help With Cyber Warfare

Joseph Farah posted an item on his G2 Bulletin discussing the recent Obama Administration announcement of a review of U.S. export control regulations and the China factor.  Farah states that “[w]hile China plays the economic card, the national security risk to certain technology exports is going virtually unmentioned.”  While the discussion on reforming U.S. export …

Around town …

The Asia Times reports on a midsummer tale of two Chinese spies and export controls. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Mohamed ElBaradei talks about a new start for non-proliferation. Clif Burns at the Export Law Blog penned an item on Syria sanctions relief.  While it may be good for some U.S. sectors seeking …

A Decade Later and The Ghost of Cox China Report Still Lingers

The People’s Republic of China (PRC) “appetite for information and technology appears to be insatiable, and the energy devoted to the task enormous.”  This was one of the many conclusions of the 1999 report by the Select Committee on U.S. National Security and Military/Commercial Concerns with the People’s Republic of China. Recent convictions in this …