Overwhelming Majority Say Time To ‘Decouple’ From China – Forbes


Every U.S. (and allied) company and university must have a revised near-term engagement and decoupling strategy for Communist China (CCP) – whether or not they they currently do business with Communist China Company and university senior leaders (and supply chain) must be trained in the ‘new normal’ Communist China (CCP strategy) of Hybrid Competition (Warfare); the CCP’s nation-state program launched in 1986  The … Read More

Everything You Need to Know About Hybrid Warfare and How to Be Prepared

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Warfare as we know it has changed forever as the world becomes more connected. The key driver for this change is the “Re-Rise of Great Power Competition” between nation-states such as the United States, the European Union, the United Kingdom, Russia, and China, which is governed by the Chinese Communist Party, (CCP). The extent of the possible risks to companies … Read More

BLACKOPs CEO delivers Keynote Address at MSC SCONA


The MSC Student Conference on National Affairs (MSC SCONA) is an annual conference where military and civilian students across Texas, the United States, and the world to exchange ideas and discuss the role of the United States in the global community. BLACKOPS CEO Casey Fleming was honored to address the attendees on the existential threat to the future of the United States: … Read More

Millions of Americans Using ‘Zoom,’ Which Sends Some Data to China


Video-conferencing app Zoom, which has surged in popularity amid the global CCP virus pandemic, is facing mounting privacy and security concerns after research reports and the CEO’s disclosure revealed its encryption keys were being transmitted to servers in China in some cases. The backlash reached a crescendo recently with Taiwan’s recent banning of any government use of Zoom, citing security concerns. The April … Read More

Coronavirus Is Killing China’s Factories (And Creating Economic Chaos)


From The National Interest: This looks like the end of China’s central role in global supply chains. A microbe in China—and the response of a totalitarian government—is killing it. Americans are angry. “I was on the phone with leaders from several hospitals in New York, and they told me that they had contracts with Chinese companies where they were waiting on … Read More