Washington, DC — Mounting concerns over potential espionage activities have prompted increasing calls for the President of the United States to address the presence of Chinese assets in Cuba, which some perceive as a significant national security risk. Congressman Mike McCaul, a Texas Republican who chairs the House Foreign Affairs Committee, has emphasized the potential threat to America posed by China establishing a spy base on the island. Recent confirmation of construction activities for a military training facility in Cuba has further fueled apprehensions, as it would allow the Chinese Communist Party to station troops just approximately 100 miles off the. . .