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A British investigation concluded that the killing of a Russian dissident was "probably" sanctioned by President Vladimir Putin. Someone slipped radioactive polonium into the dissident's tea. Russia denies any involvement.For more on the tools and methods that spies have used over the years, CCTV America's Sean Callebs reports from Washington D.C.
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One does not think of Arlington, VA as an exotic center of international espionage and intrigue. But this quiet suburban neighbor of the nation's capital has played an intriguing role -- for good and ill -- in the modern-day struggle between spy and counter-spy. Encore Learning and Arlington TV present a talk by Dr. David Robarge, chief historian of the Central Intelligence Agency. Dr. Robarge's stories range from that of Arlington Hall, where the Army Signals Intelligence unit cracked parts of the Soviet intelligence code after WWII to James Angleton, whose obsession with a "mole" in the CIA destroyed careers and led to his own downfall, and Aldrich Ames, the most destructive spy in CIA history, whose treason led to the deaths of ten clandestine American sources inside the Soviet Union...
April 04, 2015 C-SPAN http://MOXNews.com Natalie Zanin talked about Amy Thorpe Pack, the American-born wife of an English diplomat who became a spy for British intelligence. Ms. Zanin said that Ms. Pack, codenamed “Cynthia,” utilized charm, beauty, and sex to gain valuable intelligence during the Spanish Civil War and World War II. The Smithsonian Associates and the International Spy Museum co-hosted this event.
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Cyber issues are increasingly at the forefront of the U.S.-China relationship. The Obama administration places great emphasis on stopping cyber attacks on U.S. commercial interests while China decries the cyber espionage revealed in the Edward Snowden leaks. Dr. James Lewis, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, joins The Diplomat to talk about China's (and America's) cyber espionage activities, policy options for Washington, and what progress has been made so far.
The leaked Democratic National Committee emails demonstrating a coordinated effort to undermine Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vermont) in the primary election are deeply disturbing, particularly in their implications about the effectiveness of our democratic process. What is far more disturbing, however, is the apparent lack of security from international cyber-attacks. The FBI is still investigating email hacks, and many experts agree it is highly likely that Russia is behind the leaks. Republican nominee Donald Trump then suggested Russia hack former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s servers to find her the 30,000 emails the FBI said it could not find. Trump says he was “being sarcastic” with his comments, but America could be in real danger if government agency email correspondence is no lo...
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Joseph Wippl is Professor of the Practice of International Relations at Boston University. Wippl is a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer. He spent a 30 year career as an operations officer in the National Clandestine Service (NCS). Wippl has served overseas as an operations officer and operations manager in Bonn, West Germany; Guatemala City; Luxembourg; Madrid, Spain; Mexico City; Vienna, Austria; and Berlin, Germany. On assignments in CIA headquarters, he served as the Deputy Chief of Human Resources, as the Senior NCS representative to the Aldrich Ames Damage Assessment Team, as Chief of Europe Division and as the CIA’s Director of Congressional Affairs. Wippl has coordinated extensively with other members of the U.S. intelligence community. Prior to his arrival at Boston ...
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Well, it's finally here after months of technical difficulties. I did finish this in December, 2014, but was unable to get it up until now. This was just something all of my siblings and I did together, and it was loads of fun! This wasn't made to be a perfect cinematic movie, but rather just as something all of us siblings could come together and do, before more of us start leaving for college. This is more of a family project, and was first suggested by my brother Sammy, who loves action movies, and was urged on by our mom. Adeline, who is blooming into a fantastic young writer, and I continued to flesh it out into a full script, and we started filming. We never thought it would be this long, but that made it all the more fun. We also filmed and completed this before my new brother Demis...