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January 10, 1999 | JIM MANN and TYLER MARSHALL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
On Dec. 10, 1971, at an apartment secretly managed by the CIA in New York City, then-National Security Advisor Henry A. Kissinger handed over a file of American intelligenceinformation on the Soviet Union with a flourish to Chinese Ambassador Huang Hua and his aides. "You don't need a master spy. We give you everything," Kissinger told Huang, who was China's new representative to the United Nations. "We read that you brought a master spy with you. You don't need him.
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January 10, 1999 | JIM MANN and TYLER MARSHALL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
On Dec. 10, 1971, at an apartment secretly managed by the CIA in New York City, then-National Security Advisor Henry A. Kissinger handed over a file of American intelligenceinformation on the Soviet Union with a flourish to Chinese Ambassador Huang Hua and his aides. "You don't need a master spy. We give you everything," Kissinger told Huang, who was China's new representative to the United Nations. "We read that you brought a master spy with you. You don't need him.
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