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Posts Tagged ‘Espionage’

Editorials, Politics

The ‘Spy Swap’ That Wasn’t

Those who were hoping that a recent prisoner exchange between Taiwan and China was a sign of warmer ties are deceiving themselves

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Book Reviews

核彈MIT: “A” Bomb Made in Taiwan

A new book sheds lights on Taiwan’s nuclear weapons program, which came close to completion before being thwarted by the U.S.

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Defense

Two Ways of Looking at a Spy

The Zhen Xiaojiang spy network sounds like bad news for Taiwan, but the damage to national security might not be as severe as it sounds

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Defense

Where the Dragon Honed Its Claws

Taiwan has dealt with Chinese corporate espionage for decades. What lessons, if any, can the international community learn from it?

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Defense

A Defection to China and the Threat to National Security

A leading expert on remote sensing technology from Taiwan now works for an institute in Beijing with possible ties to the People’s Liberation Army

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Defense, Editorials

Lax Security Undermines MND’s Image at Home and Abroad

There is no way to ensure 100% protection against espionage, but many security breaches are avoidable

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