China Accuses Taiwan of Using Students for Espionage
“Taiwan calls on China to rein itself in from this precipice as quickly as it can,” the island’s government responded, accusing Beijing of hypocrisy.
U.S. Spies Rush to Protect Defectors After Skripal Poisoning
When a Russian intelligence officer believed to be a hit man entered the United States, he tracked down a fellow Russian who had worked as a C.I.A. informant. F.B.I. agents grew alarmed.
The F.B.I. Is Quietly Contacting Cubans in Florida, Raising Old Alarm Bells
Several Cuban-Americans in Florida say they have been visited by agents and asked about their contacts with Cuban government officials.
Overlooked No More: Marthe McKenna, Nurse Who Spied for the British in World War I
Her nursing skills gave her the perfect cover for espionage. She later produced a thrilling memoir that Winston Churchill couldn’t put down.
The Spy Who Provoked Putin
Two intelligence officers were men of the same age and training. After the Soviet Union collapsed, one rose — and one fell.
A Spy Story: Sergei Skripal Was a Little Fish. He Had a Big Enemy.
Sergei Skripal and Vladimir Putin, Soviet men of the same age, were raised to wage war against the West. After the Soviet Union collapsed, one rose. And one fell.
Poisoned Russian Ex-Spy Is Said to Have Worked With Spanish Intelligence
Sergei V. Skripal had been working with intelligence officers in Spain, which is battling Russian organized crime groups, some of them tied to the Kremlin.
Even in Russia, Men Accused in Salisbury Attack Leave Few Traces
Britain charged the two men with attempted murder in using a nerve agent against a former spy. But officials said the names they used were probably false.
U.S. Accuses North Korea of Plot to Hurt Economy as Spy Is Charged in Sony Hack
Only one North Korean was named in a complaint, but it described a team of hackers for the North’s main intelligence agency who caused hundreds of millions of dollars of damage to the global economy.
From Mountain of CCTV Footage, Pay Dirt: 2 Russians Are Named in Spy Poisoning
The poisoning of a former Russian spy led to a landmark test of an investigative technique Britain has pioneered: accumulating mounds of visual data and sifting through it.