How China Wins the South China Sea War (Without Firing a Shot)
The shadow information war is typical of the kinds of activities China engages in not just in Southeast and Northeast Asia but globally as part of its drive for world acceptance and domination.
China today employs strategic information warfare to defeat its main rival: the United States. China’s demands to control social media and the Internet are part of its information warfare against America and must be resisted if free and open societies and the information technology they widely use are to prevail. China remains the most dangerous strategic threat to America — both informationally and militarily.
This first appeared in AsiaTimes here.