Security Breach – ‘The China Secrets’
Sensitive intel docs surface on Chinese espionage, PLA subterfuge and classified MSS materials.
Move over Wikileaks! Currently at Amazon.com’s self-publishing marketplace, a growing volume of essays exposing China’s darkest, most classified secrets is seeing the light. Six books with colorful covers and catchy titles, which comprise the fascinating ‘China Secrets’ series, introduce readers to the cloak-and-dagger world of China’s internal security – or 内部 neibu – documents.
Written back in 2015 (in DIY paperback form), and embraced by sinologists focusing on the PRC’s crafty under-the-radar tactics and stratagems, the books boast titles like ‘The China 1989 Army Documents’, ‘Spying against the United States,’ ‘Spying against India’ and many other juicy intel gems.
The stealthy and sensitive documents are causing quite a stir, especially amongst China’s governing elite. They provide an enlightening perspective on events as diverse as the 1989 Tian’anmen Square massacre and the violent crackdown in Tibet three months before, as well as the China-India border dispute, which has seen hostilities boil over in Bhutan recently, as well as activities in Africa, Burma, the South China Sea, Hong Kong and other geopolitical hotspots.
It also sheds light on the PLA hackers who spend grueling hours (and a ton of RMB) toiling away day and night to penetrate western SCADA systems and agencies in order to steal cutting-edge IP from the likes of Ratheon, GE, General Dynamics, L-3 Communications, the NSA and a lot more.
It dishes out detailed descriptions of Chinese army intel services and PLA planners’ particular paranoia with regard to US military doctrine, South Korea/DPRK, Japan and other western allies, since the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949. Nice.
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