I am puzzled by two news reports on USG cyber policy in the last few days. This AP story from Friday surprised me for what it revealed about the lethargic U.S. reaction to the now-many-years-old problem of Chinese cyber exploitations … Read more »
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel was in Afghanistan on Saturday to press for a security deal but “consciously chose not to see President Hamid Karzai,” says the New York Times, as tensions increase over the country’s refusal to sign a security pact with the United States. John Paul Schnapper-Casteras and Lawrence Korb have a piece in Politico urging Washington to call Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s bluff
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