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Spies the U.S. and Russian espionage game from the Cold War to the 21st century

Spies [electronic resource] : the U.S. and Russian espionage game from the Cold War to the 21st century / Sean N. Kalic.
1440840431 (e-book)
9781440840432 (e-book)
1440840423 (alk. paper)
9781440840425 (alk. paper)
Santa Barbara, California ; Denver, Colorado : Praeger, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, [2019]
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"In the post-World War II era, the Soviet Union and the United States wanted to gain an advantage over one another in the international security environment. To do so, both engaged in a variety of intelligence-gathering strategies--some of which involved espionage. This single-volume work provides readers with a comprehensive understanding of the evolution of the espionage game during the Cold War and in the post-Cold War security environment"-- Provided by publisher.
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Spies : the United States and Russian espionage game from the Cold War to the twenty-first century
Praeger security international online.
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Print version: Kalic, Sean N., 1970- author. Spies Santa Barbara, CA : Praeger Security International, [2019]
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February 16, 2023
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