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Introducing Ralph Demers, author of The Scarab Toccata

“I couldn’t have done it without Jamie and Elaine. Patient, wise and persevering, Jamie was a strength.”

Born of Irish and Irish-American parents, R​alph Demers divided his early years between Ireland and the U.S.— New York City and Connecticut. 243 more words

Outskirts Press

Why Spies And International Organisations Are Natural Allies

International institutions offer spies incredibly easy places to ply their trade. Although this is a sensitive topic, it may be these institutions’ most important contribution to international stability. 63 more words

United States

Why China And The US Will Continue To Squander Money On Spying

From Washington, Moscow and Beijing to Tokyo, governments around the world will continue to squander money on espionage and counter-espionage. It is a great shame for taxpayers – most of these operations are so secretive that they are not accountable to the public nor subject to supervision. 47 more words

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The Secret History Of The Russian Consulate In San Francisco

The first thing you need to understand about the building that, until very recently, housed the Russian Consulate in San Francisco — a city where topography is destiny, where wealth and power concentrate, quite literally, at the top — is its sense of elevation. 27 more words

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A Book of Common Prayer by Joan Didion

A couple of weeks ago I renewed my subscription to Netflix, just in time to catch the new documentary about American author and essayists Joan Didion.  461 more words

Book Review

Introducing L.H. Taylor, author of The Burden of Ethics

“I want to take this opportunity to thank you for all that you have done to further my efforts to be published. You are an consummate professional with a great deal of patience and caring and I could not have done this without you! 537 more words

Outskirts Press

Americans Tricked Into Working For Russia

Bayard & Holmes

~ Piper Bayard

Subversion, subversion, subversion . . . When Americans are divided and allow ourselves to see our own countrymen as the “other,” we give our enemies, such as Russia, opportunities to tear our nation apart. 89 more words

Bayard & Holmes