Xi warns of national security 'storms' with eye on U.S. tensions
Chinese leader issues grim assessment as new counterespionage law looms
Chinese President Xi Jinping has placed heavy emphasis on national security throughout his tenure.
BEIJING -- President Xi Jinping called national security risks facing China "dangerous storms," an assessment made in light of tensions brewing with the U.S.
His remarks came during a National Security Commission meeting, according to a report Wednesday by the People's Daily, the official newspaper of the Communist Party.
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