Washington Times: U.S. Intelligence Agencies Ill-Suited for China Competition, Study Warns

As noted in the Washington Times’ coverage of MITRE’s whitepaper, Meeting the China Challenge, “the intelligence community is not positioned optimally to tackle the full spectrum of competition with the People’s Republic of China…Current U.S. spy services are oriented toward collecting, analyzing and acting on security threats to military assets, borders, partners and the intelligence apparatus. Countering China’s economic espionage and its campaign of intellectual property theft and technology transfers require new skill sets in the intelligence community’s operational, analytic, and counterintelligence communities.” 

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