Last night I watched the Espionage, Counterintelligence, and Security C-SPAN session, on TV. The program description is shown next:
David Major, a retired Reagan administration counterintelligence adviser, gave a 2011 retrospective of intelligence gathering successes and failures worldwide. He also talked about how intelligence is used in the U.S. and in other nations. In his comments he said that far more espionage cases occur in the U.S. than the public knows about, with Russia and China being the top two nations that recruit Americans to spy on the U.S. This session lasted 2 hours and 2 minutes.
This was an eye-opening two-hour presentation on how vast espionage is and how it is globally evolving to increasingly sophisticated incidents.