American espionage and the Soviet target
The most complete account ever of how the U.S. spies on the Soviet Union, a book for intelligent insiders as well as concerned citizens who want to know more about the grounds on which military and foreign policy decisions are made. 8 pages of black-and-white photographs.
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Despite its brevity, Richelson's book offers a comprehensive portrait of U.S. intelligence gathering efforts directed at the Soviet Union. Richelson, a professor at American University and a ... Read full review