China warns citizens against ‘exotic beauty’ traps of foreign spies

“I do not think honey traps are any more prevalent now than at other points in time. Part of espionage work has always exploited human weaknesses, be it greed, lust, pride, vanity, anger, disappointment or such,” Ian Chong, a non-resident fellow with Carnegie China, told the BBC.

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