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Washington hones response to Russia's hybrid warfare and China's economic expansionism

Paul Nakasone, head of the NSA, is Washington's chief cyberdiplomate.
Paul Nakasone, head of the NSA, is Washington's chief cyberdiplomate. © Reuters/Joshua Roberts
Hybrid threats from Beijing and Moscow have spurred US military and intelligence chiefs on a global counter-offensive that spans from cyber-defence to economic security. [...]
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