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This week’s virtual summit between President Joe Biden and China’s President Xi Jinping may have restored a tone of respect between the world’s two largest powers, but U.S. intelligence is telling a different story.
NPR’s Greg Myre reports on a national security conference held in Georgia last month where former and current U.S. intelligence officers were surprisingly candid about what they see as the biggest growing threat: China.
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This episode was produced by Lee Hale. It was edited by Fatma Tanis and Andrew Sussman. Additional reporting from John Ruwitch. Our executive producer is Cara Tallo.