China, spies, and other dragons

Friedman, Norman
October 1999
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Oct99, Vol. 125 Issue 10, p91
Conference Proceeding
Reports the investigation of the Chinese spy scandal in the United States. Examination of the computer of the chief suspect by the Justice Department; Failure in the investigation of the spy scandal; Enhancement of commercial relationship between the Clinton administration and the Chinese government.


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