Western Intelligence and the Collapse of the Soviet Union, 1980-1990: Ten Years That Did Not Shake the World


During the 1980s Western intelligence services spent about $40 billion each year. They certainly proved the oxymoron to be true. The Soviet Union collapsed but no-one knew! In much the same way the World Trade Center towers were destroyed. This volume offers a scathing criticism of Western intelligence.


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