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Obama needs to make the Chinese pay a price for their actions – or the price we pay will be an even more audacious attack.
This is the most catastrophic cyberattack on the US government in history. And still the Obama administration has taken no retaliatory action.
Chinese state-sponsored actors continue to mount a cyberespionage campaign against the US government and private companies. How should the US government respond?
Two of the biggest weaknesses of the current NSC system – trust and leadership – cannot be solved by process reforms alone.
We need to stop decapitating terrorists, and start interrogating them again.
We understand as an intellectual matter that hacking isn’t magic. But that doesn’t change the fact that this kind of crime doesn’t feel wholly real either.
China, and its cyberwarfare, is part of a deeply troubling pattern. Unfortunately, President Obama’s response is also apparently part of a pattern of sustained inaction.
A majority of Americans consistently say that it is more important for the federal government to investigate possible terrorist threats even if that intrudes on personal privacy, though the proportion giving that response has declined over time.