The Western world’s premiere spy alliance is finding its mission expanding as nations from the U.S. to Australia clash with China and seek better intelligence on everything from COVID-19 to child trafficking.

The Five Eyes network, made up of the U.S., the U.K., Canada, Australia and New Zealand, is also facing renewed requests to take on additional member nations as divisions between China and the West deepen.

The moves — emerging from interviews with a dozen current and former intelligence officials from across Five Eyes nations — comes despite U.S. President Donald Trump’s repeated questioning of his own intelligence community’s findings and his persistent criticism of key allies.