Japan Suspects Chinese Spy Balloons Violated Its Airspace
By Thisanka Siripala
Japan is debating the appropriate response to tackle such surveillance following the U.S. shootdown of a balloon from China.
What Happened to the Chinese Balloon Over Latin America?
By Francisco Vázquez
Amid U.S. allegations of espionage, another Chinese balloon appeared over Latin America. How did regional governments respond?
China Says More Than 10 US Balloons Flew in Its Airspace in Last Year
By Associated Press
A Foreign Ministry spokesperson mentioned the flights in response to U.S. publicization of China's alleged surveillance balloon program.
What the China Spy Balloon Saga Means for India
By Poornima Balasubramanian and Megha Shrivastava
Surveillance balloons are a new threat to reckon with in the grey zone – and a wake-up call for India to enhance its intelligence and counterintelligence proficiency.
Where Is China’s Politics Headed in 2023?
By Dan Macklin
Beijing continues to face significant uncertainties at home and abroad, as the recent “Balloon-gate” saga demonstrates.
China Admits There’s a 2nd Chinese Balloon Over Latin America
By Shannon Tiezzi
Like the balloon spotted over the United States, the Pentagon claimed the object was used for surveillance; Beijing says it was blown off course while conducting civilian research.
What Does International Law Say About China’s Spy Balloon and the US Response?
By Donald R. Rothwell
The incursion of the Chinese balloon tested the bounds of international law.
Spy Balloon Incident Roils China-US Relations Ahead of Blinken Trip
By Shannon Tiezzi
The U.S. military announced it was tracking a surveillance balloon from China over the continental United States.
The US-China Maritime Surveillance Debate
By Mark J. Valencia
Do recent Chinese moves really show a shift toward accepting the U.S. position?