Podcast -- Spy Vs. Spy: Russia's Espionage Games
This Soviet-era poster warns citizens to "beware of spies."
An indictment in the United States this week of 11 alleged Russian agents on charges of illegally exporting sensitive microelectronics through a Texas-based company has refocused attention on the Kremlin's espionage activities, which some analysts say have risen to Cold War levels.
But this isn't your father's looking-glass war. In the age of the Internet and social media, international espionage has entered a whole new dimension.
In the latest edition of "The Power Vertical Podcast," I discuss the new spy games with my regular co-host, Kirill Kobrin, and special guest Mark Galeotti, a professor at New York University who is an expert on Russia's security services and author of the blog "In Moscow's Shadows."
Also on the podcast, Kirill, Mark, and I talk about Russian President Vladimir Putin's upcoming birthday celebrations.
The Power Vertical -- Spy Vs. Spy: Russia's Espionage Games
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