Trump response to China's cyber activities seeks to pull all levers of international power

By Rick Weber  
November 27, 2018 at 6:00 AM
Senior Trump administration officials have described China's cyber aggressions as a "whole-of-government" campaign from Beijing, and in response the United States is putting in motion a range of policy options involving the Pentagon and economic and trade sanctions, as well as law enforcement actions, according to recently released strategy documents and reports. Most recently, the office of the U.S. Trade Representative issued an update to its ongoing investigation of China which offers a roadmap of sorts for the Trump administration's...

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