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Wang Liqiang points out factional struggle in the CCP; why the procuratorate is publicizing ‘non-arrests’

SinoInsight  1  On Dec. 3, The Washington Times published an article on defecting Chinese spy Wang Liqiang’s 17-page statement given to the Australian Security and Intelligence Organization (ASIO). According to the article, Wang had written in his statement that “in addition to arms procurement and influence operations, the military intelligence fronts were used to spy …

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