- The Washington Times - Friday, November 24, 2000

Missteps and appeasement by the U.S. government helped China develop into a dangerous global power, according to "The China Threat: How the People's Republic Targets America" (Regnery), a new book by Bill Gertz, national security reporter for The Washington Times.
In the first excerpt, he details the hunt for Chinese spies burrowed deep inside the U.S. government.

Part I:Beijing's spies gain access to secrets
In the second excerpt, he examines the case of an Energy Department official who was punished for exposing Chinese theft of nuclear secrets.

Part II:China whistleblower says FBI harassment was payback
In the third excerpt, he examines the growing danger of nuclear war between China and the United States over Taiwan.

Part III:China prepares for war with U.S. over Taiwan

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