(Fifth Domain) Cyber weapons have allowed Russia to reinvent deterrence on the cheap. Recent reports reveal a prolonged, systematic, and not particularly subtle Russian campaign to infiltrate the U.S. power grid.
By Klon Kitchen, The Washington Times: “We are also developing quantum sensors designed to detect stealth aircraft solely by the atmospheric disturbance they create in flying."
By marshalling the collective power of its allies, the U.S. may have finally found a model for imposing costs on cyber adversaries.
Annie Fixler | CCTI Deputy Director
Trump’s State of the Union was a personal best but with one Obamanian slip.
Clifford D. May | Founder & President
PLA Concepts for 'Intelligent Operations'
By Brent M. Eastwood, China Brief: “Most of China’s current AI military research is focused on hardware—such as robotic tanks and vehicles, autonomous drones, and remotely-piloted submarines. These pursuits are heavy on mechanical engineering and traditional research and development. They also fit within a broader pattern that has been noted by PLA scholars for the past two decades: the development of advanced weapons and military technologies as part of the “assassin’s mace” concept, in which the PLA will seek to conduct crippling asymmetric blows against potential opponents."