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US counterintelligence in turmoil over internal flaws

With its internecine quarrels, the indictment of a former high-ranking officer and a structure sometimes deemed deficient, even Congress is worried about the state of US counter-espionage. These concerns have been fuelled by seemingly growing attempts at interference by foreign entities, notably those from Russia and China. [...]
Published on 07.03.2023 at 04:00 GMT Reading time 2 minutes

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