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The new spies : exploring the frontiers of espionage

Author: James Adams
Publisher: London : Hutchinson, 1994.
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With the end of the Cold War and the disbanding of the KGB, a $50 billion global industry is under considerable pressure to adapt to a radically changed world of espionage. In this book, James Adams  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Adams, James, 1951-
New spies.
London : Hutchinson, 1994
(OCoLC)624333136
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Adams
ISBN: 0091740630 9780091740634
OCLC Number: 30156540
Description: xix, 380 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: The belly of the beast --
Chasing the tiger --
The guessing game --
Circling the wagons --
Drawing the claws --
Reaping the harvest --
Out of the shadows --
Same old stuff --
With friends like this --
The enemy within --
Supping with the devil --
The Baghdad bombers --
The Ibrahim Lincoln brigade --
The amateurs grow up --
Attacking home base --
Gadaffi at bay --
Meeting the challenge --
Crying wolf --
A finger in the dam --
The weapon of special designation --
Killing the goose --
The spreading plague --
Welcome back, Mr. Bond --
Enough is not enough --
Intelligence agencies --
Nuclear status --
Planning an intelligence operation in Northern Ireland.
Responsibility: James Adams.
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