The Cold War -- is it really over? Col. Stanislav Lunev suggests that it may not be. In his compelling autobiography Through the Eyes of the Enemy, Col. Lunev reveals how Russian President Boris Yeltsin ordered the KGB to double its corporate, government, and military espionage against the U.S.
Col. Lunev's story is significant. He knows some of the highest-ranking members of the Russian government, and served them well for over 30 years. At one time, Stanislav Lunev could have easily been described as the villain in a James Bond film. But then he defected from Russia and did something he would have eagerly killed other people for: He told the U.S. government everything he knows.
Now in his autobiography, Col. Lunev offers startling revelations about:
-- Soviet assassination squads
-- Soviet medical experiments on American prisoners-of-war from Korea and Vietnam -- and questions if some of them might still be in captivity
-- Recruiting spies in Congress, in the military, and from the editorial offices of a leading American newspaper
What shocked intelligence experts will shock American readers even more -- and unlike most spy stories, Through the Eyes of the Enemy is true.From the Publisher:
Discusses the Russian mafia, spy recruitment, and military technology.
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