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    Spying Charges Underscore US, China National Security Differencesi
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    Kent Klein
    May 21, 2014 11:48 PM
    The U.S. indictment of Chinese army officers on charges that they spied on American industries reveals a basic disagreement about what the two nations consider as their legitimate national security interests. As VOA's Kent Klein reports, that disagreement is affecting relations between Washington and Beijing.

    Spying Charges Underscore US, China National Security Differences

    Kent Klein

    Published May 21, 2014

    The U.S. indictment of Chinese army officers on charges that they spied on American industries reveals a basic disagreement about what the two nations consider as their legitimate national security interests. As VOA's Kent Klein reports, that disagreement is affecting relations between Washington and Beijing.


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