The New Paper

October 1, 2020

House Intelligence Committee releases findings on US intelligence community's China-related resources

The House Intelligence Committee released findings from a two-year review of whether the US intelligence apparatus is “focused, postured, and resourced to address the growing threat from China.” The report asserts that the US intelligence community will struggle to compete with China without funding and prioritization changes, and calls for a series of measures including realignment of resources and an expanded focus on the development of Chinese-focused intelligence analysts.

Extra: Access the Committee’s statement and report here.

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