Breaking with Moscow
"The highest-ranking Soviet official ever to defect (at the time he was Under Secretary General of the United Nations) tells an extraordinary story -- of the inner workings of the Kremlin, of his own conflicted life as a diplomat, and of the frightening world of espionage into which he was drawn." -- front dust jacket.
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