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Spy vs. Spy

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Earlier today, Susan Rice, President Obama’s national-security adviser, concluded her first visit to Beijing since she assumed office last July. Foremost on her packed agenda—which included discussion of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, Iran’s nuclear program, and the Russian incursion

Of Course States Spy on States

An illustration picture shows the logo of the U.S. National Security Agency on the display of an iPhone in Berlin

The most recent skirmish between U.S. and People’s Republic of China (PRC) military forces occurred on August 19, when a Chinese J-11 fighter jet conducted reckless and confrontational maneuvers in close proximity to a U.S. Navy P-8 anti-submarine warfare aircraft

Vietnam-China cyberwar breaking out?

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VietNamNet Bridge – After hackers claiming to be Vietnamese attacked multiple Chinese websites, 102 Vietnamese websites were attacked by Chinese hackers. It is widely feared this may trigger a cyberwar between Vietnam and China. Securitydaily on May 9 quoted techz.vn

Chinese hackers reportedly stole Obama and McCain documents

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On the eve of President Barack Obama's high-level meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, U.S. intelligence officials have revealed that a slew of documents and e-mails were stolen during the 2008 presidential campaign from both the president and then GOP

Taiwan proposes China-style block on overseas Internet services that infringe copyright

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China is famous for its unique Internet censorship policy — known as the Great Firewall — which restricts content, and in particular sites and services from overseas, preventing its 500 million-plus Internet users from having free reign online. Now that

Espionage Case Raises Questions Over Taiwan’s Security

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Kuanshan, Taiwan. Early this year, military intelligence agents and prosecutors showed up at a farm here in southern Taiwan and told Lo Hsien-sheng they needed to search the premises. “They said they were looking for money,” recalled Lo, 52, a

Taiwan sends clarifying statement over Chinese infiltration

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Taipei, Sept. 1 (CNA) The Government Information Office (GIO) said Thursday that it has sent a clarifying statement to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) regarding a recent op-ed piece in the paper that claims Taiwan's military has been penetrated by

Taiwan ‘should boost defences against China spies’