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WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon has documented a sharp increase in military espionage from the Asia-Pacific region that focuses on specialized electronics designed to withstand radiation, such as that caused by nuclear warfare or accidents, according to an official review released last week.
U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta on Tuesday called on China to deepen its armed force contacts with the United States to limit the chances of miscommunications that could result in crises, Reuters reported.
The count of Chinese ballistic and cruise missiles targeting Taiwan has increased by 200 since 2011, reaching a total of 1,600 weapons, the Taipei Times this week cited a new Taiwan National Defense Ministry report as stating.
U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta on Monday hosted with fanfare his Chinese counterpart for security talks that resulted in the two men agreeing to encourage more military dialogue between their two nations, Agence France-Presse reported.
The Bush administration quietly castigated China over its 2007 antisatellite test one month before the United States shot down one of its own orbiters, the London Telegraph yesterday quoted leaked U.S. diplomatic communications as saying (see GSN, Jan. 28).
WASHINGTON — The latest evidence shows no signs that China is significantly expanding its long-range nuclear weapons capabilities to counter the United States and its planned national missile defense system, according to a private U.S. nuclear weapons analyst.