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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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Part 5: Code Breakers The fascinating story of 20th Century's efforts by all sides to break down the enemy's signals security, to protect the sender's signals and penetrate the enemy's secret communications. Many battles in the last 100 years have been won or lost because one side or the other could read its opponent's intercepted messages. From the famous Zimmerman Telegram in April 1917 through to the breaking of the Japanese Purple codes and the more recent Russian codes, trace the history of 20th Century code breaking.
Intel is a new board game that is currently in development. Secret agents, classified information, secret bank accounts, intrigue, danger, and suspense. Please check out our indiegogo fundraiser and get in on your own copy of the game! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/intel-the-game-of-international-espionage/x/8222427
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 ...
Part 7: The Mossad Born in the crucible of Israel's war of independence, and honed in the constant struggle for survival, the country's intelligence service gained a fearsome reputation for ruthlessness. Whether tracking down criminals like Adolf Eichman, or eliminating terrorists like the Palestinian Black September movement, discover how Mossad allowed nothing to stand in its way.
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Part 4: The CIA Established by President Truman, the CIA became a global agency for collecting and evaluating intelligence through covert action. It has a fascinating history throughout the post-war world and this episode covers important areas of American history, including the U2 affair, the Cuban missile crisis, the Vietnam War, and its modern role to counter the spread of weapons of mass destruction, drug trafficking and international organised crime.
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...
Spy Web: International Espionage uncovers some of the most fascinating spying and espionage stories which helped win victory in the most harrowing of circumstances. Throughout history, espionage and covert operations have been powerful but shadowy forces. Hidden deep within the daily workings of governments is a secret world of mystery, danger, and intrigue. A world where deception is a form of art. Where people are never who they say they are. Where the tiniest observation has the power to save a nation or spark a global war. The world of the spy is what most of us associate with popular fiction and film but the true story can be more fascinating, surprising, and important. From World War I onward, these revelations alter the way in which history is viewed--and the bravery of the intelli...
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Welcome to the 1950s, a time when fear and paranoia gripped the American people during the start of the Cold War. In this two part documentary, we explore the moments and events that arose within this decade and how they affected the world. In Part One, we explore the mysteries behind the controversial Bomber and Missile Gaps. In Part Two, we dive into the nature of what everyone loves about the Cold War - international espionage. This one took a lot of time and research to make it happen. Hope everyone enjoys it.
Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2011/10/01/Sleuths_Watching_the_Detectives Robert Baer shares his experience as an undercover CIA operative, and discusses whether covert actions taken in the name of security justify the personal sacrifice for agents and political risk for the nation. ----- The New Yorker Festival 2011 presents WATCHING THE DETECTIVES. With Robert Baer, Martin Kemp, William Oldham, and Stacy Schiff. Moderated by David Grann. Robert Baer worked for the C.I.A. for twenty-one years, receiving the agency's Career Intelligence Medal. He recounted his experiences in the Times best-selling books Sleeping with the Devil and See No Evil, which was the basis of the film "Syriana." This March, he and his wife, Dayna Baer, published The Company We Keep: A Husband-and-Wife...
Part 2: Berlin Spy Secrets During the 20th Century the city of Berlin has always been a hotbed of espionage. Uncover the secrets under the Kaiser, during the tyranny that was Hitler's Third Reich and throughout the long Cold War which followed the destruction of the Nazi empire by the Allies.
Britain considers new law to tackle international espionage