Spying Charges Underscore US, China National Security Differences

May 21, 2014 07:48 PM
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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.