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Spies who want to check out faraway military camps, say, should soon have a field day with the world's first private spy satellite camera. More often than not spies suddenly 'disappear' from circulation, are tried in camera and serve their sentence either anonymously or under assumed identities. Perhaps a good follow-up would be a similar analysis of US espionage or perhaps our tendency to send troops wherever we think our national interests are at stake, seemingly without much regard for the sovereignty of other nations. This need not be and should not be any sort of self-flagellation of the US.
I don't see this article as morally judgmental though the lopsided emphasis can leave that impression and I wouldn't want any article addressing US inclinations to be any more so. Steve thanks for your message.
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First of all I should say I am not a reporter, I am an observer and in this case, I was writing about what I observed, people in dismay that there was espionage going on against the United States in the form of Russian "illegals". My article was intended as an explanation of why spies, and why now, from a historical and present perspective. This blog cannot replace the thousands of books on espionage and I wrote to inform on a current event, it was not meant as a tome on the subject of espionage representing both sides. I was writing about the folks arrested here and an explanation of why we should not be surprised by it and why Russians favor it.
There are far better authorities on espionage than me.
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There is no flagellation here, all governments since the time of Moses spy. That is the point of the article that it should not come as any surprise and that Russians like to practice it a certain way, with humans where we prefer technical means. The article was intended to shed light, not point a finger. As for a followup If you find a good topic to write about let me know.
Incidentally, I stressed the KGB in the article because that's who basically was behind the illegals here and they are the ones, using their current name FSB, that took the spies back, gladly. It's not like I had a choice. Having just re-read my earlier comment, it came across much harsher than I intended, so I apologize for that. I'm not normally that ill mannered.
I had read a number of similar articles leading up to yours, and what I saw as xenophobia by numerous US journalists and bloggers just irked me. I guess I boiled over! I'm certain the US and Russia are not alone in spying on other countries. There is almost certainly reliable evidence of spying by all the major developed nations and no doubt many others too. However, all we seem to read about these days is the Russians and Chinese. Gary I take no offense, I am not a wound collector.
It is just a fact, every nation state that wants to get ahead technologically, militarily, or just wants to not deal with research and development is spying. Thats it. Nothing to get upset about they are all doing it. The only priority, collect collect collect. No no surprise. That was a lot of money back then. When I debirefed some of them they were starving but by god they would dutifully send back reams of everything they could on the latest technology and research.
That was their job, and yes learn english. It is what it is. Nothing has changed. BTW its not that there is a McCarthy atmosphere, it is just that the game goes on, now more than ever before nothing to get rattled about, that was the purpose of the original article, nothing new here under the sun. JN Take care. He is an expert on nonverbal communications and body language.
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