One of the best articles I have seen written about Chinese espionage. China's spies are waging an intensifying espionage offensive against the United States. Does America have what it takes to stop them? reports
I’ll be tracking the U.S.-China espionage battle on my new intelligence beat for . Here’s a deep dive on an intensifying—and surprisingly successful—Chinese offensive with insight from senior U.S. officials who have been working to stop it
Use of social media for initial contact.
This is a solid piece full of cautionary tales and fails. Number One Lesson: stay the ever living hell off of LinkedIn.
If America is entering an era of great-power conflict with China, the key battle, for now, will be in intelligence. And U.S. officials who've been on its front lines tell me Chinese spies are waging an espionage offensive with growing skill and intensity
There’s a growing intelligence war that is playing out in the shadows of the U.S.-China struggle for global dominance. Here’s how it’s being fought and what the U.S. needs to do to combat it.
Many espionage cases never go public. But a spate of recent convictions involving Americans spying for China opens a window onto the intelligence war being waged in the shadows of the U.S.-China struggle for global dominance. This is what it can look like
China’s spies used to be viewed as relatively amateurish by their American adversaires. Now they can come across as suave, personable, genteel. And they’re having success at recruiting American agents. "They really have learned quite a bit and grown up.”
Important story here by China's spies are waging an intensifying espionage offensive against the United States.
China has taken to using LinkedIn as a happy hunting ground for finding US intelligence workers and turning them into espionage assets.
China is using LinkedIn to recruit American spies. This is an important piece from
Read 's definitive investigation of Chinese spying in America. Worth your time (via )
This story is about, among other things, the rampant use by China of LinkedIn as a tool for spying. It's chilling. (from )
"'The Chinese use and value intelligence better than we do, seeing its applicability in nearly every aspect of private and public life—military, social, commercial. We have been slow to recognize this for ourselves.'” Important piece
China's spies are waging an intensifying espionage offensive against the United States. Does America have what it takes to stop them? reports
"in the past year, two other former U.S. intelligence officers pleaded guilty to espionage-related charges involving China."