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May 24, 2015
Chinese Military: Internet the New Battlefield for War With 'Hostile West'
Moscow (Sputnik) May 22, 2015
The Chinese government has a long history of fighting the encroaching influence of the West. According to the Chinese military, the Internet will be the latest frontline in that battle, and Beijing is prepared to spend billions against "Western anti-China forces." "Western hostile forces, as well as a few 'ideological traitors' in our country, are using the Internet on their computers and mobile phones to viciously attack our party," reads a piece in the People's Liberation Army Daily, a leading C ... read more

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