Posted on 16/07/2010 by matisak
Do you remember the movie The Spy Who Loved Me in which James Bond was directly working with KGB officer Anya Amasova. She wanted to kill him but they jumped into bed at the end. In the reality it would be almost for sure very bad for his career and the Western and Eastern intelligence agencies cooperated rarely in the time of Cold War.
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Posted on 06/06/2010 by matisak
According to Czech Military Intelligence Agency belong the activities of the Russian intelligence agencies on the Czech soil to the riskiest considering the security environment in Czech Rep.
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Posted on 20/08/2009 by matisak
Posted on 18/09/2007 by matisak
The Central Intelligence Agency was created by Congress with the passage of the National Security Act of 1947. The majority of the provisions of the Act took effect on September 18, 1947.
Filed under: History, Intelligence, Politics, Security, United States, US foreign policy | Tagged: CIA, Cold War, Communism, History, Intelligence, KGB, Nigel West, Scott Lucas, Security, Security policy, Soviet Union, United States, US foreign policy | Leave a Comment »