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Pakistan: Iran Has Nothing to Do With Indian Espionage
April 04, 2016

Pakistan: Iran Has Nothing to Do With Indian Espionage

By Ankit Panda
Pakistan tries to control the damage after its army chief insinuated that Iran may have abetted Indian espionage.
Did China's Military Drone Technology Espionage Pay Off in the End?
February 19, 2016

Did China's Military Drone Technology Espionage Pay Off in the End?

By Robert Farley
Just how much information on U.S. military drones did China have to steal for its own designs?

Tolkachev, Cold War Spycraft, and Modern Risks for China
December 28, 2015

Tolkachev, Cold War Spycraft, and Modern Risks for China

By Robert Farley
China should be wary of a Tolkachev-esque figure eroding its strategic position vis-a-vis the United States.

On the OPM Hack, Don’t Let China Off the Hook
July 14, 2015

On the OPM Hack, Don’t Let China Off the Hook

By Matthew F. Ferraro
By portraying the attack as acceptable, the United States is surrendering valuable ground.

Review: Manchu Princess, Japanese Spy
June 21, 2015

Review: Manchu Princess, Japanese Spy

By Stephen Joyce
A new book explores the fascinating tale of a cross-dressing Japanese spy in wartime China.
From China With Love: China, Norway and Espionage
February 14, 2015

From China With Love: China, Norway and Espionage

By Benjamin David Baker
Norway's decision to expel a Chinese researcher on "national security" grounds keeps Sino-Norwegian relations cool.

US Marine Investigated in Killing of Transgender Filipino
October 15, 2014

US Marine Investigated in Killing of Transgender Filipino

By Ankit Panda
Plus, images of the J-10B, North Korea threatens not to return U.S. troop remains, and more. Mid-week links.
Taiwan: Leaks and Local Elections
September 24, 2014

Taiwan: Leaks and Local Elections

By Kristian McGuire
An investigation into a former high-level KMT official is bad news for Taiwan’s ruling party.

Of Course States Spy on States
September 08, 2014

Of Course States Spy on States

By Butch Bracknell
They would be delinquent in their sovereignty if they didn’t.

Robert Gates: Most Countries Conduct Economic Espionage
May 23, 2014

Robert Gates: Most Countries Conduct Economic Espionage

By Zachary Keck
The former defense secretary says that as many as 15 countries use espionage to steal US trade secrets and technology.

China Reveals Online Spy Ring Targeting its Military
May 05, 2014

China Reveals Online Spy Ring Targeting its Military

By Shannon Tiezzi
State media reports indicate that a foreign agent recruited Chinese netizens to provide information on military tech.
Don’t Release Jonathan Pollard
April 02, 2014

Don’t Release Jonathan Pollard

By Zachary Keck
Releasing Israel’s most notorious spy would be a mistake that borders on betrayal.

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