China hones electronic and kinetic attack to deal with hi-tech opponents
China will increasingly develop soft- and hard-kill capabilities for space and cyberspace to offset the weaknesses of its military forces, say U.S. planners. Military space is of growing importance to China as it deploys its own satellite navigation system and develops guided weapons capable of using this system. Beijing is also looking at the ability to deny potential opponents assured access to their space systems in a conflict. Chinese military officials already see the reliance ...
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