Introduction In early 2018, UK Prime Minister Theresa May visited China with a British business delegation, seeking a free trade deal and expressing optimism over Beijing’s “one country, two systems”
Jamestown Fellow Matthew Brazil was quoted on July 7 by BenarNews regarding the "unprecedented" joint press conference held by the UK's MI5 Director General Ken McCallumand and US FBI Director Christopher
Jamestown's Non-Resident Fellow Matthew Brazil discussed Chinese espionage practices in an interview with WallStTV, published on February 13.
On December 11, Newsweek published a story on Chinese espionage efforts in the United States, which included an interview with Jamestown Non-Resident Fellow Matthew Brazil -- co-author of the book
Jamestown Non-Resident Fellow Matthew Brazil was quoted by Newsweek in a recent article, "Chinese Spies Pose Unprecedented Threat to US Beyond Elections to Mass Infiltration of Businesses, Intelligence Officials Say."
A recent article in ThePrint, a prominent online Indian newspaper, cited multiple Jamestown sources in order to shed light on Chinese intelligence agencies and the Strategic Support Force. The piece,
On June 20, the BBC interviewed Jamestown Non-Resident Fellow Matthew Brazil on the new National Security law being imposed on Hong Kong by Beijing. Brazil discussed the impact the new
Jamestown Non-Resident Fellow Matthew Brazil and Deputy Staff Director of the Congress-Executive Commission on China Peter Mattis' new book on Chinese intelligence, Chinese Communist Espionage: An Intelligence Primer, was prominently covered in
Jamestown Non-Resident Fellow Matthew Brazil appeared on the online television show China Uncensored to discuss his new book, Chinese Communist Espionage: An Intelligence Primer, co-written with Deputy Staff Director of the Congress-Executive Commission on
As the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) pursues a domestic anti-spy campaign and new espionage laws, PRC national security concerns and greater suspicion of foreigners may trump foreign business complaints about
Jamestown Fellow Matthew Brazil was quoted in a recent piece, "Even Through Decades of Sanctions, North Korea Finds Avenues of Trade," by the New York Times on May 12, 2017.
Since the 2016 General Election, American relations with the People’s Republic of China (PRC) have followed a rollercoaster-like trajectory. Days before his inauguration, President Trump briefly reversed decades of predictable
Jamestown Fellow Matthew Brazil was recently quoted in the New York Times regarding an ongoing U.S. Treasury Department investigation of Huawei, the Chinese tech giant. Mr. Brazil previously worked in
The Economist quoted former China Brief Editor Peter Mattis and Matt Brazil. The article from November 12, "Happenstance and Enemy Action," discusses how world intelligence agencies are refocusing on China. Mattis
In early 2016, Chinese border authorities reportedly cracked down on exports to North Korea due to irritation over Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons and missile tests. Despite these and previous sanctions, computers
Jamestown Fellow Matt Brazil was quoted in the LA Times on September 24 regarding how China views espionage: “The regime appears to be accelerating counterintelligence efforts in response to fears of spies...This
As the People’s Republic of China (PRC) celebrated its first-ever National Security Day, anti-foreigner sentiment appears to have been made an official part of the Chinese state’s increased vigilance. A
Even when Chinese relations with major trading partners are stable, arbitrary actions by the host government against foreign businesses in China have not been uncommon. At present, China’s relations with