Breaking with Moscow

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Knopf, 1985 - Political Science - 378 pages
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The author, a former advisor to Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko, discusses the reasons for his defection and recounts his experiences as a reluctant spy for the United States

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User Review  - Tom Oman - Goodreads

Arkady Shevchenko is a very smart guy who knows exactly what the reader wants to know about. He gives a fascinating look into the inner workings of the USSR from his individual life growing up, moving ... Read full review

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User Review  - Eric Bjerke - Goodreads

I read this a long time ago. I just remember enjoying it immensely. I especially recall liking the part that explains the Soviet's role and their warped mindset surrounding the shooting down of that Korean airline that drifted into their air space. Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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