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US Government Agent Charged With Giving China Classified Documents
June 23, 2017

US Government Agent Charged With Giving China Classified Documents

By Ankit Panda
Kevin Mallory is facing charges for selling highly classified U.S. documents to Chinese intelligence agents.

Does China Have a Counterintelligence Edge Against the US?
May 21, 2017

Does China Have a Counterintelligence Edge Against the US?

By Ankit Panda
A new report suggests China has successfully cracked down on U.S. human intelligence sources within its borders.
What Would Inform and Drive an Indian Nuclear Posture Review?
May 03, 2017

What Would Inform and Drive an Indian Nuclear Posture Review?

By Vivek Prahladan
Is New Delhi merely conducting an intellectual exercise about nuclear doctrine or is it responding to something?

Pakistan Gets a New Intelligence Chief
December 13, 2016

Pakistan Gets a New Intelligence Chief

By Ankit Panda
Lt. Gen. Naveed Mukhtar will replace Lt. Gen. Rizwan Akhtar at the head of Inter-Services Intelligence.

Why the Korean War Remained Limited
October 04, 2016

Why the Korean War Remained Limited

By Robert Farley
How do states evaluate their commitments during wartime?

Revealed: How US Drones Found Taliban Chief Mullah Mansour
May 25, 2016

Revealed: How US Drones Found Taliban Chief Mullah Mansour

By Ankit Panda
The strike against Mansour was the result of carefully cultivated human and signals intelligence in Balochistan.

Rescind China's Invitation to Join RIMPAC 2016 Before It's Too Late
April 20, 2016

Rescind China's Invitation to Join RIMPAC 2016 Before It's Too Late

By Shirley Kan
The Obama administration should rescind the conditional invitation for the PLAN to join RIMPAC 2016.
Vietnam’s Master Plan for the South China Sea
February 04, 2016

Vietnam’s Master Plan for the South China Sea

By Koh Swee Lean Collin
The country’s plan for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance is taking shape.

What If Japan Had Won The Battle of Midway?
January 08, 2016

What If Japan Had Won The Battle of Midway?

By Benjamin David Baker
One of the most decisive battles of the Second World War could have ended up very differently. Be glad it didn’t though.

Why the World Needs Reporters: Reflections on Kenji Goto
February 12, 2015

Why the World Needs Reporters: Reflections on Kenji Goto

By Yang Hengjun
Yang Hengjun reflects on the role of reporters -- and the risks they face each day.

Russia to Reopen Spy Base in Cuba
July 21, 2014

Russia to Reopen Spy Base in Cuba

By Zachary Keck
Russia and Cuba signed a preliminary deal to reopen the Soviet Union’s largest foreign intelligence base at Lourdes.
US Intelligence Community: The World’s 4th Largest Military?
August 30, 2013

US Intelligence Community: The World’s 4th Largest Military?

America’s intel budget is larger than the defense spending of every nation except the US, China, and Russia.

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