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Francis James – the long stumble to freedom

On 16 January 1973 Australian Francis James emerged from three years’ imprisonment in Canton (now Guangzhou) with just a brief announcement from China to herald his expulsion to the border and into the waiting arms of Hong Kong and Australian officials. 803 more words

Hong Kong Deadline

The Most Dangerous Spy

No, it’s not James Bond. A fictional hero to a lot of readers. The worst, the most dangerous spy of all time, died in prison, presumably of natural causes, in August 2014. 610 more words

Espionage

After Action Report: Screening Force

3 hours ago, Soviet forces moved across the German border. British forces in the area are rushing to prepare for the oncoming red tide. In front, the screening forces are desperately trying to buy time for their units to organize. 755 more words

Miniatures

DR. STRANGELOVE, OR WHO HAS THE BIGGEST TURGIDSON?

RED ALERT! SPOILERS AHEAD.

“Well now, what happened is… ahm… one of our base commanders, he had a sort of… well, he went a little funny in the head… you know… just a little… funny. 1,266 more words

Cinema

Romeo Espionage

The following account of romance espionage comes from the archives of the SVR, Russia’s successor service to the Soviet KGB First Chief Directorate (Foreign Intelligence… 1,999 more words

Foreign Intelligence

Cold War Radio #199

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Obama, Distrust, and the Armed Forces

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US Challenge Chinas Claim On Air Space

First of all I like to thanked the US for finally taking action on China’s bullying in the South East Asia specially the West Philippine Sea. 150 more words

Opinion