Far from being the culprit of U.S.-aimed cyber-attacks, China has been a victim of similar assaults, the country’s top military leader says. Furthermore, Gen. Chang Wanquan, China’s defense minister, says the country will defend its maritime territorial rights even as other Asian nations hope the U.S. rebalance of forces to the region will help them in their battles against Chinese claims. Chang made his comments Aug. 19 during a joint press conference at the Pentagon with U.S. ...

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