China’s State Security Departments and Nationwide System
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Alex Joske.
What Should the US Do About China’s Spy Facility in Cuba?
By Joseph Bouchard
News that China plans to establish a signals and electronics intelligence station on the island carries echoes of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Decoding China’s Counter-Espionage Crackdown
By Dan Macklin
The recent series of raids and arrests signals an expanded national security drive during Xi Jinping’s third term.
New York Police Officer Once Accused of Working for China Wants Answers
By Bobby Caina Calvan
It made headlines when Baimadajie Angwang was accused of feeding information about Tibetan refugees to Beijing. But the charges were quietly dropped.
It’s Time to Put the DOJ’s China Initiative on Trial
By Dai Huizhong
The DOJ's efforts to combat Chinese espionage have not made America safer -- quite the opposite.
China’s Espionage Plans for the 2022 Winter Olympics: What Athletes Should Expect
By Nicholas Eftimiades
Yes, China is going to spy on the Olympic athletes. Its mandatory app is just the tip of the iceberg.
Did China Build a Spy Network in Kabul?
By Ezzatullah Mehrdad
Amid murky allegations of contact with the Haqqani Network, the life of one Chinese national in Kabul comes under scrutiny.
US Justice Department Pushes Ahead With Counter China Plan
By Abhijnan Rej
The January 14 arrest of an MIT professor as well as a guilty plea by a NASA scientist the day before highlight concerns around Chinese tech espionage – again.
2 Recent Alleged Episodes of Chinese Espionage Raise Worrying – and Difficult – Questions
By Abhijnan Rej
The arrest of an Indian journalist and ongoing investigation of a Brussels-based think tanker point to growing Chinese intelligence push across several civil societies.
US Senate Hearing Raises Alarm Over China’s Talent Recruitment Plans
By Bonnie Girard
Among other concerns, witness testimony pointed to “shadow labs” in China that mirror U.S- funded cutting-edge research.
Taiwan’s Election Thrown Into Turmoil After Claims by Alleged Chinese Spy
By Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan detained two Chinese executives over election influence allegations and proposed an anti-infiltration bill after confessions from Wang Liqiang.
Australia Investigates China Plot to Plant Spy in Parliament
By Associated Press
The alleged plot follows a separate series of shocking confessions from a self-identified Chinese spy seeking asylum in Australia.