FBI: Beijing waging 'major spying program' against U.S

April 2006
Geo-Strategy Direct;4/12/2006, p20
The article focuses on a statement by Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Robert Mueller during a U.S. House hearing that the intelligence-gathering activities of China are a growing problem. Mueller, appearing before the House Appropriations Committee, told Chairman Frank Wolf that Chinese spying represents a major threat to U.S. national security. Mueller declined to compare Chinese spying to that of the Soviet KGB during the Cold War, but stated that it was a substantial threat.


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