This is the first book of its kind to employ hundreds of Chinese sources to explain the history and current state of Chinese Communist intelligence operations. It profiles the leaders, top spies, and important operations in the history of China's espionage organs, and links to an extensive online glossary of Chinese language intelligence and security terms. Peter Mattis and Matthew Brazil present an unprecedented look into the murky world of Chinese espionage both past and present, enabling a better understanding of how pervasive and important its influence is, both in China and abroad.
|Publisher:||Naval Institute Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.20(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.40(d)|
About the Author
Peter Mattis is a research fellow in China studies at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation and a contributing editor at War on the Rocks. He previously was a fellow at The Jamestown Foundation and edited its biweekly China Brief from 2011 to 2013. He also worked as a counterintelligence analyst at the Central Intelligence Agency. He lives in Portland, Oregon.
Matthew Brazil, PhD, is a non-resident Fellow at The Jamestown Foundation and an account manager at an American technology company in California. He worked in Asia for over 20 years as a U.S. Army officer, American diplomat, and corporate security manager.
Table of Contents
1 Chinese Communist Intelligence Organizations 25
2 Chinese Communist Intelligence Leaders 57
3 Notable Spies of the Chinese Revolution and the Early PRC 111
4 Economic Espionage Cases 145
5 Espionage during the Revolution and the Early Peoples Republic 195
6 Espionage during China's Rise 221
7 Intelligence and Surveillance in China, Then and Now 245
Note on Web-Based Glossary of Chinese Espionage and Security Terms 255
Selected Bibliography 327