China, India, Myanmar
India aims to outdo China in Myanmar
Indian officials have been in and out of the country trying to replace China as the junta's official arms supplier.
Fears over China's interest in New Caledonia has been gradually creeping into France's security apparatus. The French archipelago offers a life-size test of Paris' capacity to assert its position as a Pacific Ocean power opposite China.
Congress is urging Washington to increase collaboration with Singapore's Information Fusion Centre as part of its efforts to deepen intelligence-sharing with the Pacific islands.
The small Hong Kong firm Cyber Smart, founded in 2015, is not letting China's increasing show of force against Taiwan stop it from selling its surveillance solutions to both Beijing and Taipei.
DRSD director Eric Bucquet wants more flexibility when it comes to recruitment, so to efficiently prevent China's attempts to spy on the French military.
A wide-ranging bipartisan bill targeting Beijing calls on the United States to increase intelligence-sharing with Japan and Australia. Europe, meanwhile, is reviewing its own presence in the Indo-Pacific.
The Association des Commerçants pour le Développement France-Chine (ACDFC) is the latest France-China business group to attend meetings with China's United Front Work Department in recent months.
Beijing's latest influence campaign in France comes in the form of Dialogue Chine-France, a glossy magazine that is edited by Chinese state-backed media and a small Paris publisher and has ties to China's leading intelligence agency.
The armed forces ministry recently entrusted a study on power circles in the Gulf to CEIS. The region is of growing interest to the ministry, as it is to the Elysee Palace.
The French military is seeking to up its game in influence operations to counter Russia and other adversaries' online moves, as well as those of allies Britain and the US.
The French interior ministry launched a tender on March 29 [...]