John Sipher

The Cipher Brief, retired CIA officer

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Senior National Security Columnist with The Cipher Brief, and retired CIA officer who ran the agency’s Russia operations.

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John Sipher ran American operations for the CIA in Russia for many years.

Former CIA officer explains how spies operate

John Sipher ran American operations for the CIA in Russia for many years.

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