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Tibet and the CIA: The War We Cancelled

Jonathan Mirsky discusses books by CIA veteran John Kenneth Knaus and anthropologist Carole McGranahan on the history and consequences of CIA operations in Tibet, which contributed to Beijing’s enduring suspicion of...

Chinese State Security Aide Arrested as US Spy

Reuters reports the arrest earlier this year of an aide in China’s State Security Ministry, who allegedly received hundreds of thousands of dollars to spy for the US. The official, an aide to a vice minister in China’s...

CIA Sees Vibrant Blogosphere in China

Chinese bloggers “expressed rage and despondence after learning about the plight of 12 mentally retarded men from Sichuan province who were sold into slavery to work at a building materials plant in the Xinjiang Uighur...

American Pleads Guilty to Trying to Spy for China

A 28-year-old American, Glenn Shriver, has pleaded guilty to attempting to spy for China, though he had not yet succeeded in getting work at the CIA. From Reuters: After spending a year in college studying in Shanghai in...

Director of CIA on China

Following is an excerpt of a speech given at Kansas State University yesterday by General Michael V. Hayden, Director of the CIA: China, a communist-led, nuclear state that aspires to—and will likely achieve—great power status...

Who is Really Behind the Tibet Riots?

This is the title of a post on the Spirit of the Night blog, translated by CDT. The author is a reporter for China Central Television (CCTV). (The question and answer text is taken from the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s...

Conn Hallinan: Cornering the Dragon

From the Portside: When newly appointed CIA Director Porter Goss recently

warned that China’s modernization of its military posed

a direct threat to the U.S., was it standard
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