Deception: Spies, Lies and How Russia Dupes the West
A&C Black, 1 mar. 2012 - 384 páginas
From the capture of Sidney Reilly, the 'Ace of Spies', by Lenin's Bolsheviks in 1925, to the deportation from the USA of Anna Chapman, the 'Redhead under the Bed', in 2010, Kremlin and Western spymasters have battled for supremacy for nearly a century.
In Deception Edward Lucas uncovers the real story of Chapman and her colleagues in Britain and America, unveiling their clandestine missions and the spy-hunt that led to their downfall. It reveals unknown triumphs and disasters of Western intelligence in the Cold War, providing the background to the new world of industrial and political espionage. To tell the story of post-Soviet espionage, Lucas draws on exclusive interviews with Russia's top NATO spy, Herman Simm, and unveils the horrific treatment of a Moscow lawyer who dared to challenge the ruling criminal syndicate there.
Once the threat from Moscow was international communism; now it comes from the siloviki, Russia's ruthless 'men of power'.
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LibraryThing ReviewReseña de usuario - Jeremy_Palmer - LibraryThing
Overall I agree with Mr. Lucas, though I am sure that he - as I - could name many wonderful Russian individuals. As a system, however, I think he is probably quite accurate. I lived in Russia for ... Leer reseña completa
DECEPTION: The Untold Story of East-West Espionage TodayReseña de usuario - Kirkus
A senior editor at the Economist demonstrates that the Russian secret police state is alive and well and watching the West.In a deeply researched though occasionally murky work, Lucas (The New Cold ... Leer reseña completa
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