Chinese dissidents say they’re being harassed by a businessman with links to Steve Bannon
Guo has publicly claimed past ties to Chinese intelligence agencies, stating on YouTube that he delivered messages and carried out work on their behalf in years past. Before Guo left China, the authorities there said that he enjoyed a years-long alliance with senior Chinese intelligence official Ma Jian, who received a life sentence for corruption in 2018.
Federal Lawsuit Charges Billionaire Chinese Media Executive with Making ‘Terroristic Threats’ Against Noted Religious-Freedom Advocate
Xiqiu “Bob” Fu v. Guo Wengui
US General Says China and Russia are Weaponizing Space
According to the general, the US and Japan signed a memorandum of understanding this week for a program that will allow US payloads to be put on Japanese satellites.
They’re putting warheads on satellites!? 😳
Government Efforts to Counter Propaganda Risk Undermining Public Trust
This is not helped by worrying statements in recent UK Government documents on ‘information manoeuvre’ and Integrated Operating Concept for 2025. Former clarity has been replaced by declarations that “the old distinction between foreign and domestic defence is increasingly irrelevant.” Calls for “innovation and experimentation” accompany statements that “our legal, ethical and moral framework needs updating to deny our adversaries the opportunity to undermine our values.” Britain’s MOD must provide citizens with clearer information on how it intends to ‘update’ its moral framework.
Trump sells out future of global food security for Morocco-Israel normalization deal
Israel, Morocco agree to normalise relations in US-brokered deal
As part of the agreement, US President Donald Trump agreed to recognise Morocco’s sovereignty over the Western Sahara, where there has been a decades-old territorial dispute with Morocco pitted against the Algeria-backed Polisario Front, a breakaway movement that seeks to establish an independent state in the territory.
Canada sinks ever deeper into mire
Testifying that US President Donald Trump had departed from longstanding legal policies designed to promote the “impartial administration of justice” with his comments that he was willing to use Meng as a bargaining chip in trade talks with China, Gottlieb’s affidavit exposes the nature of the charges against Meng which have been fabricated for political convenience.
US In Discussions With Huawei On Meng Wanzhou’s Return To China
Under a “deferred prosecution agreement” with the US Department of Justice, Meng would admit to some of the fraud and conspiracy charges related to the alleged violations by Huawei, the Journal said Thursday.