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Espionage and the Information AgeFrom John Walker and family to Nicholas Daniloff, espoinage has filled the headlines of 1985 and 1986. THE WORLD & I ventures into the murky world of clandestine intelligence gathering with the help of experts in and outside the community to unveil who are the players, who are the winners, and who are the losers in the battle for information.
Why States Spy
So much has been said, in reams of newsprint and hours of radio and television time, about 1985 as the "Year of the Spy" that is seems ...
A Reader's Guide to Espionage
Who's Who and What's what among spies, counterspies, secret
agents and the like....
Espionage in the American Tradition
Spying is as American as George Washington, Paul Revere and
Congress's Turbulent Relationship With Intelligence
Whether discussing oversight or allocations, Congress is a
formidable force for the US intelligence group to contend with....
Cold War: A Bumper Harvest of Spies
Gennadi Zakharov On Saturday evening, August 23, 1986, Gennadi Fyodorovich Zakharov, a 39-years-old Soviet citizen employed by the ...
Stalking the Great Spy Novel
Do veteran spies write better spy fiction?...
Her Majesty's Very Secret Service
The hush-hush nature of British Intelligence has not stopped
Soviet moles, but may plug smaller leaks more effectively....
Mossad: Strength Through Intelligence
Israel's Intelligence operations have gained them gruding
respect from even hostile quarters....
The East Bloc Spy-Der Web
A sticky network links the intelligence agencies of the East
Bloc with the KGB....