By Bill Gertz
The Obama administration continues to play down one of the nation’s most damaging Chinese cyber espionage operations in order to maintain a dialogue with China and host a summit for its leader this fall.
Weeks after the discovery that millions of personal records on federal workers were stolen by Chinese hackers in an intelligence operation, the president and his advisers failed to condemn the state-sponsored security breach whose damage continues to worsen almost weekly.
The Obama administration, in a sign of its apparent unwillingness to take any steps against China for the hacking, will go ahead with the hosting this week of the latest Strategic and Economic Dialogue in Washington. The dialogue is known for producing little in the way of tangible… Read More