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Dated, but still interesting. He makes some conjectures about perestroika and glasnost that turned out to be very wrong. But quite interesting overall.Published 11 months ago by Fishman
Dated. It appears to be a patchwork of dated information assembled in book form. Many older books in this venue remain highly interesting and relevant even today. Read morePublished 14 months ago by KROMAN
Well written and researched. Somewhat dated but unless you are an insider to this world it will thrill you.Published 23 months ago by Robert D. Sheets
Excellent condition. A good but not all that new coverage of KGB vs CIA cold war exploits.Published on August 18, 2014 by Gregory A. Posey
Think you have a grasp on the intelligence services? Read this. Every preconceived notion I had about the intelligence services was blown away in the first two chapters. Read morePublished on June 10, 2014 by Drew Myers