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China is Fleecing U.S. Nuclear Technology – Report Says to Fight More Against the Threat

Strider Technologies released a comprehensive review of China’s efforts to obtain U.S. technologies to advance China’s own interests. The review, “The Los Alamos Club, How the People’s Republic of China Recruited Leading Scientists from Los Alamos National Laboratory to Advance its Military Programs” is a deep dive into how China’s efforts focused on nuclear secrets.

FSO mandatory reading

The most salient point, from this writer’s perspective, is the report should be mandatory reading for every Facility Security Officer (FSO) and those who have access to classified information within the defense or intelligence community, as it details what on the surface appears to be benign Chinese effort. Yet in reality, China has a systemic well-orchestrated effort focused on the acquisition of U.S. ingenuity and know-how, allowing China to save research and development…

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