October 5, 2020 | BY
“China and other authoritarian powers are aiming to defeat the West through attacks below the threshold of war, the head of the British military has said.
In a speech at the UK think tank Policy Exchange on Sept. 30, Gen. Sir Nick Carter, Britain’s chief of the defense staff, unveiled a new “Integrated Operating Concept” for the British Armed Forces as they respond to the “ever more complex and dynamic strategic context.”
“My view is that more of the same will not be enough,” Carter said. “We must fundamentally change our thinking if we are not to be overwhelmed.”
The Integrated Operating Concept is, according to the government, a significant shift in military thinking, and a response to the advancing technology and non-traditional tactics, such as disinformation campaigns, used by adversaries.
The Chinese regime, for example, has “harnessed technologies and tactics that have outpaced the evolution of international law to avoid their actions being classified as conflict under the current definitions of international law,” Carter said.
The People’s Liberation Army sees “the ambiguous boundary between peace and war” as providing opportunities “for the military to achieve its ends, disguising its activities as civilian, and therefore peaceful,” he noted.
Carter highlighted the role of China’s new Strategic Support Force, which is designed to “achieve dominance in the space and cyber domains.”
“The force “commands satellite information attack and defense forces; electronic assault forces and Internet assault forces; campaign information operations forces, which include conventional electronic warfare forces, anti-radiation assault forces, and battlefield cyber warfare forces.”
He also raised concerns over China’s “digital authoritarianism,” which refers to the Chinese Communist Party’s mass surveillance of its population and its effort to export these tools to other parts of the world.”
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