As its rift with the West deepens, Beijing fears the Five Eyes could become a platform to coordinate policy on China. Illustration: Henry Wong As its rift with the West deepens, Beijing fears the Five Eyes could become a platform to coordinate policy on China. Illustration: Henry Wong
As its rift with the West deepens, Beijing fears the Five Eyes could become a platform to coordinate policy on China. Illustration: Henry Wong

Are the Five Eyes nations banding together in united front against China?

  • For the last seven decades the network has been an intelligence platform for the US, Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand
  • But a common message on Hong Kong suggests its remit could become broader

Topic |   US-China relations
As its rift with the West deepens, Beijing fears the Five Eyes could become a platform to coordinate policy on China. Illustration: Henry Wong As its rift with the West deepens, Beijing fears the Five Eyes could become a platform to coordinate policy on China. Illustration: Henry Wong
As its rift with the West deepens, Beijing fears the Five Eyes could become a platform to coordinate policy on China. Illustration: Henry Wong
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