This week, U.S. intelligence officials and industry leaders issued a warning about Volt Typhoon, a new state-sponsored Chinese hacking threat.
New details have emerged involving a mysterious object released during the test flight of a Chinese spaceplane that landed this month.
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This week's newsletter examines the latest concerns arising from U.S. top-secret document leaks, and what they convey about China and Russia’s space programs.
This week's newsletter examines an annual report from the ODNI detailing Intelligence Commnunity's threat forecast for the coming year.
This week's Intelligence Brief newsletter examines the Pentagon's recent statements on whether China plans to provide lethal aid to Russia.
Recent wargames by military experts found that a Chinese invasion of Taiwan would be an extraordinarily costly campaign that would likely end in a Chinese defeat.
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson warns that losing today's space race could mean China declaring the moon as its own sovereign territory.
This week, we look at the DOD's annual China Military Power Report, identifying China’s current military aspirations and ability to upset the international order.
A nation's fight rides on the whims Elon Musk. Is he our hero or will he inevitably be pulled by corporate interests?
A team of Chinese scientists claim they've developed a new "anti-stealth" radar system that can be covertly set up virtually anywhere.
China recently launched its new top-secret spaceplane, which is believed to look awkwardly similar to the U.S.'s X-37B spaceplane.
Recently, speculation has been rife that either China or the U.S. may have aspirations to attempt a moon take-over.
Astronomers have long reported sightings of mysterious flashes of light from within the Aristarchus crater, and new data could help scientists understand their source.
China has published a new proposal for an orbiter spacecraft that it says is capable of traveling to planet Neptune by 2040.
New evidence of water located on the lunar surface has been discovered in samples being studied by the Chang'E-5 lunar lander.
On Thursday, February 24, Russia launched a full-scale military invasion of neighboring Ukraine. The action marked a significant escalation between...
In a newly issued white paper, China has charted out the next five years of its space program's ambitious goals.
The North Atlantic Treaties Organization (NATO) has issued a formal policy statement, which says that any attack on...
With the new year comes scary expectations of future climate change events. Recent occurrences, like the winter wildfires...
China’s EAST Tokamak fusion reactor has set a new world’s record by maintaining its nuclear fusion reaction for...
Taiwan’s military has recently revealed a powered exoskeleton suit that its soldiers can use in the future during wartime or humanitarian missions.
This week, as the Senate passes a defense bill that significantly increases the Pentagon's budget, we analyze some of its key provisions, and historic implications.
This week, we look at a joint NASA and U.S. Naval Research Laboratory experiment that got a bit of help from the U.S. Space Force in recent days.
This week, we examine the DoD's all new UAP investigation effort, the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group.
The crew of the International Space Station (ISS) fired maneuvering rockets last week to avoid being struck by...
Flight tests of a new Chinese hypersonic missile system drew international attention in recent days, and fueled some concerns about the possibility of outer space nuclear attacks against the United States and its allies.
This week, we examine Russia's aspirations for the country’s new state armament program, and how this relates to unidentifed aerial threats.
Former intelligence agent Luis Elizondo joins Chrissy Newton on The Debrief's 'Rebelliously Curious" to talk about UAP over nuclear sites.
The history of war is tied to that of science, and gunpowder is an essential part of our development. What if it wasn't?
This week we look at the CIA's new China and Foreign Technology Mission Centers, and new information about losses sustained by the agency.
An unclassified summary by the U.S. Intelligence Community shows that agencies remain divided over COVID-19 origins.
It has been learned in recent days that China’s National Natural Science Foundation (NNSF) is moving forward with...
This week, we examine China's ambitions to build a mile-wide spacecraft, and what leaked emails are telling us about friction within the commercial space industry.
The Air Force is sending more than two dozen F-22 stealth fighters to Guam, near the South China Sea, for Operation Pacific Iron 2021.
New incidents involving “Havana Syndrome” have been ongoing, according to officials who say additional cases have occurred on a nearly weekly basis.
Your iPhone may cause a global conflict as China holds a monopoly on the rare earth supply, and no other country is close to catching up.
In April, China launched the first module of its new space station. Here are 4 things you should know about Tiangong and how it rivals the ISS.
China is emboldened and building up its forces, so its neighbors have begun funding deterrence and defense programs in reaction to China's rise.
The Pentagon is planning for extended military operations in the Pacific, in response to growing concerns about military threats from China.
With the looming release of a national intelligence report detailing U.S. military encounters with “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” or...
The arrival of China's Zhurong rover on Mars moves the country forward as an increasingly formidable player in the future of space exploration.
This week, we look at how the Department of Defense hopes to set the tone for future rules for operation in space, which will be shared by nations around the globe.
During Wednesday’s open-hearing on Current Worldwide Threats, America’s top intelligence officials said they have not ruled out the possibility...
Russia is Teaming with China on a Future Lunar Base, in a Move that May Signal the End of Similar Plans with NASA.
This week, we examine hypersonics in Russia, the Pentagon's own renewed hypersonic efforts, and what NASA reports tell us about UFOs.
Russia and China have announced plans to collaborate on building a moon base for future lunar research, according to the Russian space agency Roscosmos.
The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI) says the U.S. is unprepared to compete with China in the coming AI era.
Recently, a document surfaced stating that the Chinese were building a time machine. Alas, it was a hoax, but time travel happens all the time.