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U.S. intelligence and China [electronic resource] : collection, analysis, and covert action / National Security Archive.

Publication:
Ann Arbor : Proquest Information and Learning Company ; [Washington, D.C.] : National Security Archive, c2006-
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Other Title:
United States intelligence and China : collection, analysis, and covert action
Digital National Security Archive.
DNSA.
Subjects:
United States -- Relations -- China -- Sources.
China -- Relations -- United States -- Sources.
United States -- Relations -- Taiwan -- Sources.
Taiwan -- Relations -- United States -- Sources.
Summary:
U.S. Intelligence and China: Collection, Analysis, and Covert Action is a compilation of declassified documents concerning U.S. intelligence activities directed at both the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China. Collectively, the records cover a wide time period, a number of collection activities, and analytical products concerning the target nations' foreign policies; military policies and forces; domestic policies; economies; science, technology and industry; and leadership. This set covers the period from 1945 as the end of World War II allowed U.S. intelligence to increase its focus on internal developments in China to the present. The documents included in the set were obtained from a number of sources the National Intelligence Council's Tracking the Dragon collection, the CIA's CREST collection at the National Archives at College Park, Md., the POLO, ESAU and CAESAR collections on the CIA's website, Freedom of Information Act requests, and additional archival research.
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A collection in the Digital national security archive.
Title from homepage (viewed on Oct. 7, 2013).
Contributor:
National Security Archive (U.S.)
ProQuest (Firm)
Chadwyck-Healey, Inc.
OCLC:
859528310
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.