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Psychological Warfare - Michael Bay's 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi

For anyone who thought that American Sniper was a sickening, nationalistic rewriting of history, you haven’t seen anything yet. For next January’s patriotic blockbuster that will highlight the heroic courage of that one indispensable nation is Michael Bay’s – yes, Michael Bay’s – 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi… 707 more words

Changing Global Dynamics: Eurasia

“Khrushchev wanted to present Ukraine with a gift on a golden dish, so that the whole republic knew how generous he was and how he cared about Ukraine’s prosperity.”

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Memos confirm secret NSA deal with leading cryptography vendor

In 2007 I wrote in my “National Security Agency: The Historiography of Concealment” that America’s leading signals intelligence agency had made a secret deal with Crypto AG, a Swiss-based manufacturer of cryptographical equipment. 604 more words

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Spy Museum - where else but Washington DC?

SPY TALK

Just as I was doing some research for my next book blog I came across this interesting place – the Spy Museum – in Washington DC, located close by some other famous DC landmarks – Ford’s Theatre, for one – and only a few blocks from the White House. 154 more words

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Cold War Symbolism: Not Just for the 1950s Anymore

Last Saturday, July 25, marked the end of Captive Nations Week, though you can’t be blamed for being caught unawares. Established via a 1959 presidential proclamation signed by U.S. 1,040 more words

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Showtime in the Kremlin: Movie Night with Stalin

Movie Night. Everybody does it. Everybody loves it.  Whether it comes as a quiet interlude with a significant other, an established tradition with family, or a spontaneous decision to simply break the daily monotony, we all have our own version.  830 more words

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The Evolution of the Polish Solidarity Movement

THE EVOLUTION OF THE POLISH SOLIDARITY MOVEMENT – BY KIERAN INGLETON.

The Solidarity movement in Poland is arguably one of the most unique and inspiring movements in modern European history. 2,031 more words