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Disinformation
Author: Ion Mihai Pacepa, Ronald J. Rychlak
Publisher: Wnd Books
ISBN: 1936488604
Pages: 428
Year: 2013
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Asserts that there is a Russian-bred "science" of disinformation that is infecting the American psyche and body of knowledge.
Red Horizons
Author: Ion Mihai Pacepa
Publisher: Regnery Publishing
ISBN: 0895267462
Pages: 456
Year: 1990-04-15
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A Communist spy chief reveals the unbridled and oppressive power wielded by the Party in Romania and other Eastern Bloc countries
Tower Of Babble
Author: Dore Gold
Publisher: Crown Forum
ISBN: 140005494X
Pages: 328
Year: 2005
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The best-selling author of Hatred's Kingdom and a former UN ambassador offers a thought-provoking critique of the United Nations, its goals and policies, its abandonment of its mission, its failures during such events as the Cuban Missile Crisis and the war in Iraq, and the future role of America in global affairs. Reprint. 30,000 first printing.
Dezinformatsia
Author: Richard H. Shultz, Roy Godson
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
ISBN: 0425087727
Pages: 241
Year: 1986
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Two leading political scientists analyze the Soviet policy of disseminating misinformation about it's government, assessing Soviet strategies of propaganda and political manipulation in terms of political-military tactics
Programmed to Kill
Author: Ion Mihai Pacepa
Publisher: Ivan R Dee
ISBN: 1566637619
Pages: 349
Year: 2007
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Former Lt. Gen. Pacepa, the highest intelligence official ever to defect from the Soviet bloc, reveals many facts covered up by the Kremlin following the assassination of President Kennedy and addresses the myriad of questions left unanswered by the Warren Commission.
The Longest Romance
Author: Humberto Fontova
Publisher: Encounter Books
ISBN: 1594036675
Pages: 184
Year: 2013-06-04
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Examines the U.S. media's role in perpetrating Fidel Castro's totalitarian agenda and spreading his propaganda, describing how and why the dictator has been glorified in the mainstream American press.
A Student's Guide to International Relations
Author: Angelo M Codevilla
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497645050
Pages: 112
Year: 2014-07-29
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Terrorist attacks, wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the rise of China, and the decline of Europe have underscored the necessity of understanding the world around us. But how should we approach this crucial but often misunderstood topic? What do we need to know about the international order and America’s role in it? A Student’s Guide to International Relations provides a vital introduction to the geography, culture, and politics that make up the global environment. Angelo Codevilla, who has taught international relations at some of America’s most prestigious universities, explains the history of the international system, the dominant schools of American statecraft, the instruments of power, contemporary geopolitics, and more. The content of international relations, he demonstrates, flows from the differences between our global village’s peculiar neighborhoods. This witty and wise book helps make sense of a complex world.
Escape from North Korea
Author: Melanie
Publisher: Encounter Books
ISBN: 1594037329
Pages: 368
Year: 2014-05-13
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From the world’s most repressive state comes rare good news: the escape to freedom of a small number of its people. It is a crime to leave North Korea. Yet increasing numbers of North Koreans dare to flee. They go first to neighboring China, which rejects them as criminals, then on to Southeast Asia or Mongolia, and finally to South Korea, the United States, and other free countries. They travel along a secret route known as the new underground railroad. With a journalist’s grasp of events and a novelist’s ear for narrative, Melanie Kirkpatrick tells the story of the North Koreans’ quest for liberty. Travelers on the new underground railroad include women bound to Chinese men who purchased them as brides, defectors carrying state secrets, and POWs from the Korean War held captive in the North for more than half a century. Their conductors are brokers who are in it for the money as well as Christians who are in it to serve God. The Christians see their mission as the liberation of North Korea one person at a time. Just as escaped slaves from the American South educated Americans about the evils of slavery, the North Korean fugitives are informing the world about the secretive country they fled. Escape from North Korea describes how they also are sowing the seeds for change within North Korea itself. Once they reach sanctuary, the escapees channel news back to those they left behind. In doing so, they are helping to open their information-starved homeland, exposing their countrymen to liberal ideas, and laying the intellectual groundwork for the transformation of the totalitarian regime that keeps their fellow citizens in chains.
Spies for Hire
Author: Tim Shorrock
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743282248
Pages: 439
Year: 2008
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Reveals the formidable organization of intelligence outsourcing that has developed between the U.S. government and private companies since 9/11, in a report that reveals how approximately seventy percent of the nation's funding for top-secret tasks is now being funneled to higher-cost third-party contractors. 35,000 first printing.
Kremlin Rising
Author: Peter Baker, Susan Glasser
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743281799
Pages: 464
Year: 2005-06-07
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In the tradition of Hedrick Smith's The Russians, Robert G. Kaiser's Russia: The People and the Power, and David Remnick's Lenin's Tomb comes an eloquent and eye-opening chronicle of Vladimir Putin's Russia, from this generation's leading Moscow correspondents. With the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia launched itself on a fitful transition to Western-style democracy. But a decade later, Boris Yeltsin's handpicked successor, Vladimir Putin, a childhood hooligan turned KGB officer who rose from nowhere determined to restore the order of the Soviet past, resolved to bring an end to the revolution. Kremlin Rising goes behind the scenes of contemporary Russia to reveal the culmination of Project Putin, the secret plot to reconsolidate power in the Kremlin. During their four years as Moscow bureau chiefs for The Washington Post, Peter Baker and Susan Glasser witnessed firsthand the methodical campaign to reverse the post-Soviet revolution and transform Russia back into an authoritarian state. Their gripping narrative moves from the unlikely rise of Putin through the key moments of his tenure that re-centralized power into his hands, from his decision to take over Russia's only independent television network to the Moscow theater siege of 2002 to the "managed democracy" elections of 2003 and 2004 to the horrific slaughter of Beslan's schoolchildren in 2004, recounting a four-year period that has changed the direction of modern Russia. But the authors also go beyond the politics to draw a moving and vivid portrait of the Russian people they encountered -- both those who have prospered and those barely surviving -- and show how the political flux has shaped individual lives. Opening a window to a country on the brink, where behind the gleaming new shopping malls all things Soviet are chic again and even high school students wonder if Lenin was right after all, Kremlin Rising features the personal stories of Russians at all levels of society, including frightened army deserters, an imprisoned oil billionaire, Chechen villagers, a trendy Moscow restaurant king, a reluctant underwear salesman, and anguished AIDS patients in Siberia. With shrewd reporting and unprecedented access to Putin's insiders, Kremlin Rising offers both unsettling new revelations about Russia's leader and a compelling inside look at life in the land that he is building. As the first major book on Russia in years, it is an extraordinary contribution to our understanding of the country and promises to shape the debate about Russia, its uncertain future, and its relationship with the United States.
Saturday People, Sunday People
Author: Lela Gilbert
Publisher: Encounter Books
ISBN: 159403639X
Pages: 293
Year: 2012
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Offers a look at Israel, its people, and its conflicts from the point of view of a Christian woman living in the country.
The Battle for the Catholic Past in Germany, 1945–1980
Author: Mark Edward Ruff
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 110812139X
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Year: 2017-07-14
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Were Pope Pius XII and the Catholic Church in Germany unduly singled out after 1945 for their conduct during the National Socialist era? Mark Edward Ruff explores the bitter controversies that broke out in the Federal Republic of Germany from 1945 to 1980 over the Catholic Church's relationship to the Nazis. He explores why these cultural wars consumed such energy, dominated headlines, triggered lawsuits and required the intervention of foreign ministries. He argues that the controversies over the church's relationship to National Socialism were frequently surrogates for conflicts over how the church was to position itself in modern society - in politics, international relations and the media. More often than not, these exchanges centered on problems perceived as arising from the postwar political ascendancy of Roman Catholics and the integration of Catholic citizens into the societal mainstream.
Imagine
Author: Frances Goldin, Debby Smith, Michael Smith
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062305581
Pages: 320
Year: 2014-01-21
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The polar ice caps are melting, hurricanes and droughts ravish the planet, and the earth's population is threatened by catastrophic climate change. Millions of American jobs have been sent overseas and aren't coming back. Young African-American men make up the majority of America's prison population. Half of the American population are poor or near poor, living precariously on the brink, while the top one percent own as much as the bottom eighty. Government police-state spying on its citizens is pervasive. Consequently, as former President Jimmy Carter has said, "we have no functioning democracy." Imagine: Living In a Socialist U.S.A., edited by Francis Goldin, Debby Smith, and Michael Steven Smith, is at once an indictment of American capitalism as the root cause of our spreading dystopia and a cri de coeur for what life could be like in the United States if we had economic as well as a real political democracy. This anthology features essays by revolutionary thinkers, activists, and artists—including Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore, civil rights activist Angela Davis, incarcerated journalist Mumia Abu Jamal, and economist Rick Wolff— addressing various aspects of a new society and, crucially, how to get from where we are now to where we want to be, living in a society that is truly fair and just.
The KGB and Soviet Disinformation
Author: Ladislav Bittman
Publisher: Washington : Pergamon-Brassey's
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Pages: 227
Year: 1985-01-01
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Fortæller om hvordan falske oplysninger udspredes og om fænomenets uhyggelige omfang. De enkelte operationer udføres meget dygtigere samt er meget farligere og meget vanskeligere at afsløre, end man i Vesten er klar over.
Through the Eyes of the Enemy
Author: Stanislav Lunev, Ira Winkler
Publisher: Regnery Pub
ISBN:
Pages: 177
Year: 1998
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A former Soviet spy-turned-defector offers dramatic insights into the inner workings of the KGB and Soviet intelligence, offering startling revelations about KGB assassination squads, Soviet medical experiments on American POWs, and more. IP.