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China Spying on African Leaders

According to a report by Heritage Foundation, a conservative think-tank, Chinese construction companies that build key offices and residences for African officials should be...

European Union Infiltrated? The Case of the Maltese Spy

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) may have used Malta’s embassy in Belgium to spy on the European Union headquarters located opposite to it. The...

US Blacklists 33 Chinese Companies

The Trump administration announced that it has blacklisted an additional 33 Chinese companies and institutions. The blacklisting is being done since the entities were...

US Dependence on Chinese Students Is Becoming a Problem

A recent report by the U.S. National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence has exposed the rifts policymakers are facing when deciding the involvement of...

Californian Arrested for Espionage on Behalf of Beijing

Edward Peng, a naturalized U.S. citizen, was arrested by the police in late September on charges of spying for the Chinese government. A resident...

Chinese Espionage: Widespread, Ongoing, and Dangerous

John Demers, Assistant Attorney General of the National Security Division, has pointed to China as the number one security threat facing the United States....

Spies & Traitors: UCLA Professor Caught Selling American Tech to China

A 64-year-old former professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, has been found guilty of stealing microchips from an American company and selling...

Communist Chinese Military Espionage Exposed by Former Spy

Beijing has a vast network of spies tasked with stealing all kinds of information, with many of them focused on acquiring military technologies. Yao...

Now, the US and China Are Engaged in a Visa War

While the trade war between America and China is hogging headlines, there is another conflict ratcheting up tensions between the two countries – a...

An Increasing Number of US Officials Are Spying for Communist China

The Chinese government seems to be determined to steal sensitive information from the U.S. administration and tech companies, as several cases of U.S. officials...

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