Information operations · Information Warfare · Russia · United States

Voice of America faces budget cuts, vows to fight ‘Russian disinformation’ — RT America


I appreciate RT making the point that the US is not defending against Russian propaganda.  Thank you, Russia, for making our case for us. I guess the Congressional hearings by the Senate and the House were for show. </end editorial> The US government’s broadcasting agency may shut down some services if it loses a suggested… Continue reading Voice of America faces budget cuts, vows to fight ‘Russian disinformation’ — RT America

China · United States

Chinese fighter flies inverted over US Air Force jet


It’s only been a few short years since a US Navy EP-3E ARIES II SIGINT aircraft and a PLA Navy (PLAN) J-8II interceptor fighter jet ‘bumped’ in mid-air, the Chinese pilot was killed and the US aircraft was forced to land at Hainan Island on April 1, 2001. Since then, relations between the US and China… Continue reading Chinese fighter flies inverted over US Air Force jet

China · Information operations · Information Warfare · Russia · United States

How Russia and China Would Wage War Against America: Kill the Satellites


The United States has information dominance because of a network of satellites, enhanced by landlines and cables.   Taking out the satellites would severely diminish, but not destroy, US military, corporate, and civilian communications.  The information and data flow around the world are being targeted by Russia and China, of this we are positive as… Continue reading How Russia and China Would Wage War Against America: Kill the Satellites

China · Public Diplomacy · United States

Event: MAY 19-Chinese Students in America: Who Returns, Who Remains, Who Benefits?


Chinese Students in America: Who Returns, Who Remains, Who Benefits? Beijing has established several programs to lure overseas students back to China to teach, conduct research, lead institutions, and build comprehensive national power. A recent study co-authored by Professor David Zweig suggests, however, that China’s top talent is spurning such offers and are remaining abroad,… Continue reading Event: MAY 19-Chinese Students in America: Who Returns, Who Remains, Who Benefits?

Information Warfare · Russia · United States

U.S. Senate Committee To Hold Hearing On Russian Influence Campaigns


The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee has scheduled a second public hearing on March 30 connected with its investigation into alleged Russian interference during last year’s presidential election. Republican committee Chairman Richard Burr and ranking Democrat Mark Warner said the hearing will focus on ways that Russia works to influence election campaigns and public opinion. They… Continue reading U.S. Senate Committee To Hold Hearing On Russian Influence Campaigns

Information operations · Information Warfare · United States

The US Army Is About To Deploy One Of The Most Powerful Laser Weapons In Existence


By RUSS READ Pentagon/Foreign Policy Reporter The U.S. Army is about to make a technological leap as it prepares to field a small, yet ultra-powerful laser weapon system. Lockheed Martin announced it had completed the design, development and demonstration of the Army’s new laser in a press release Thursday. The 60-kilowatt laser is one of the… Continue reading The US Army Is About To Deploy One Of The Most Powerful Laser Weapons In Existence

Information Warfare · Russia · United States

Russia’s parliamentary commission to probe into US media’s activities in Russia


Oh, puhlease, Russia.  This is classic blameshifting or gaslighting, as well as setting the stage for stricter restrictions on the American press in Russia.  It’s interesting that bureaus of the BBG, such as Radio Liberty and the Voice of America, are intermixed with commercial media like CNN.  Whoever wrote the article (they don’t have bylines)… Continue reading Russia’s parliamentary commission to probe into US media’s activities in Russia