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So, too, are China's leaders, who are considering what they might learn from the Kremlin's successes.Chinese cyber spies are also studying Russia's success.In addition to expanding China's cyber capabilities, Xi has also been developing China's soft power through economic, social, cultural and media initiatives.China is also expanding its global media presence.At the same time, China is purchasing "native advertising" in Australian, American and European newspapers.China allows only 38 foreign films into the country each year, inducing filmmakers to bend over backward to please the censors.This raises an obvious question: If Russia could roil a U.S. presidential election without such intimate business relationships, what will China be able to do in the years ahead?
When America’s president can’t be trusted
to U.S. intelligence is already done
Kim Jong Un’s moneyball strategy
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