The Mitrokhin archive

  title={The Mitrokhin archive},
  author={Christopher M. Andrew},
  journal={The RUSI Journal},
  pages={52 - 56}
  • C. Andrew
  • Published 1 February 2000
  • Political Science
  • The RUSI Journal
The European Union as a Small Power, or Conceptualizing Europe’s Strategic Actorness
  • A. Toje
  • Political Science, Business
  • 2008
Abstract The article disputes the notion that the European Union is unfit to develop a strategic actorness for cultural or structural reasons or that it must change in order to facilitate the
Intelligence-exalting strategic cultures: a case study of the Russian approach
ABSTRACT Since the 1920s, Soviet intelligence and counterintelligence followed a concept of an ‘unending covert war’ against the hostile international environment and cultivated a sophisticated
CIA Performance Assessment of the Occupation of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran on Aban 13, 1358
Iran's strategic position has attracted significant world powers, especially the United States, so the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has continuously monitored Iran's political and social
The Dentist Chair: Dr. Gessel Schkolnikoff and the mysteries of Soviet espionage
There are precedents for Soviet intelligence agencies using a dental surgery as a conduit for passing on information and there are persuasive indications that Dr. Schkolnikoff’s surgery can be added to their list.
Orthodox Internationalism: State and Church in Modern Russia and Ethiopia
  • T. Rupprecht
  • Sociology
    Comparative Studies in Society and History
  • 2018
Abstract Russia and Ethiopia, both multiethnic empires with traditionally orthodox Christian ruling elites, from the nineteenth century developed a special relationship that outlived changing
Routledge Handbook of Russian Foreign Policy
Providing a comprehensive overview of Russia’s foreign policy directions, this handbook brings together an international team of scholars to develop a complex treatment of Russia’s foreign policy.
British Intelligence and the Fear of a Soviet Attack on Allied Communications
British intelligence fears about a Soviet attack on Allied communications are considered, including a reproduction of a 1959 assessment by the Joint Intelligence Committee focusing on the means of communication across the Atlantic and the means by which the Soviet Union could interfere or intercept them.
Desinformation durch Geheimdienste: eine untaugliche Waffe des Kalten Krieges wiederbelebt?
ZusammenfassungDesinformation ist die Verbreitung falscher oder verfälschter Informationen, in einer Weise, die den Ursprung oder Urheber und ihre Verbreitungswege nicht erkennen lässt. Während kein
Soviet Bloc and Western Bugging of Opponents’ Diplomatic Premises During the Early Cold War
This article examines Soviet Bloc and Western bugging of their opponents’ diplomatic premises in the early Cold War, from 1945 to the late 1960s. It explains the process of audio surveillance,
The Making of a Myth: The National Labor Alliance, Russian Émigrés, and Cold War Intelligence Activities
This article examines the role of the National Labor Alliance (NTS), a far-right organization of Russian exiles, in U.S. intelligence operations during the early Cold War. Drawing on declassified