‘Spies and Lies’: Peeling Back the Curtain on China’s Covert Ops
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Alex Joske.
Former Top Graft Buster at China’s Intelligence Ministry Indicted on Bribery Charges
By Associated Press
Liu Yanping is the latest in a series of high-level officials to fall before the upcoming Party Congress.
US Alleges ‘Transnational Repression’ Scheme Involving China’s Secret Police
By Shannon Tiezzi
The Department of Justice has accused five individuals of working with China's Ministry of State Security to surveil and harass Chinese dissidents residing in the United States.
China Has Built a Massive Global Database for Hybrid Warfare, International Media Reports
By Abhijnan Rej
The revelations that Chinese tech firm Zhenhua has built a database of 2.4 million individuals for intelligence operations are significant though unsurprising.
China Advances Case Against Australian Academic Yang Hengjun
By Grant Wyeth
Beijing accuses Yang of espionage; Australia says he wasn’t a spy.
In China, Today's Heroes Are Tomorrow's Villains
By Bo Zhiyue
In Chongqing, a strange cycle of police heroes turned captured criminals has been playing out.