Chinese Intelligence Operations: Espionage Damage Assessment Branch, US Defence Intelligence Agency
Nicholas Eftimiades examines the infiltration of Chinese espionage agents into foreign governments and private businesses. He specifically addresses the human source in intelligence operations, and how these tactics fit into the conduct of internal and foreigh affairs in China.
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