Russia and China Vow Not to Hack Each Other

The strengthening is a telltale sign of America being the target of One Clenched Fist. First comes the social-economic integration, then comes the military. Both

 

Russia and China signed a cybersecurity agreement on May 8, saying they will not conduct cyberattacks against each other. The deal also said the two would work together to counteract technologies they perceive as destabilizing to their internal affairs.

The text of the agreement is posted on the Russian government’s website. It says the two nations also agreed to share information between law enforcement agencies. In addition, they will freely exchange technologies and work together toward security of their information infrastructure. Oleg Demidov, a cybersecurity consultant at the pir Center, said the deal was an “important step” for the two nations. He said it accelerates Russia’s “pivoting to the East.”

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The Russia-China Axis Is Here and It’s Changing the World

As the article correctly points out, there is no political solution to a spiritual problem, which is why such things as an “Article V” movement will never succeed. It’s too little, too late.

 

Chinese President Xi Jinping (right) looks at Russian President Vladimir Putin (center) shaking hands with Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller at an agreement signing ceremony in Shanghai on May 21.(ALEXEY DRUZHININ/AFP/Getty Images)

 

The types of headlines that would have seemed strange 50 or 15 or even five years ago have now become commonplace: “Time to Take the Russia-China Axis Seriously” (Diplomat, November 4), “Putin Accelerates Turn to China” (Courcy’s Intelligence, November 7), “Why Chinese-Russian Friendship Is Here to Stay” (Foreign Affairs, October 29).

We’ve been looking for this seismic geopolitical event for half a century. And now, somewhat suddenly, it has arrived. Continue reading