China Expanding Spy Bases in Cuba

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China Expanding Spy Bases in Cuba

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China Expanding Spy Bases in Cuba

China Spying From Cuba

China Spying From Cuba


Satellite images have revealed that China is expanding its electronic eavesdropping stations in Cuba, a mere 400 miles from the U.S. mainland.

China’s Strategic Advantage: China is exploiting Cuba’s proximity to the U.S. to intercept sensitive communications from American military bases, commercial activities, and potentially spy on U.S. citizens.

Background: Reports indicate that China and Cuba have been negotiating ways to collaborate on defense and intelligence.

Details: An analysis by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, based on years of satellite data, highlighted a series of upgrades to existing facilities and the construction of new sites.
– The report identifies locations such as Bejucal, El Salao, Wajay, and Calabazar as “active locations with an evolving mission set.”
– Two sites near Havana feature large antennas capable of communicating with Chinese space satellites.
– One spy site is just 70 miles from the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay.

Global Context: Our adversaries are encountering minimal resistance from the current administration as they aggressively establish themselves in the Western Hemisphere.
– China is constructing a mega-port in Peru.
– Russia recently dispatched a nuclear submarine and frigate to Havana harbor.

Cuban Economic Crisis: Amidst Cuba’s economic turmoil, China is offering financial aid amounting to billions of dollars. However, China’s assistance is not without strings attached, as they envision the island as a potential military installation for the People’s Liberation Army.

Opinion-based content:
– The phrase “our enemies abroad are facing little pushback from the Biden regime” reflects a critical viewpoint of the current administration’s foreign policy stance.
– The statement “China doesn’t do anything for free” implies a judgment about China’s strategic motives.

By recognizing the importance of vigilance in safeguarding national security, it is crucial to address the strategic moves made by foreign powers near our borders.

[Source: CSIS, WSJ]




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