Viktor Kremenyuk

Institute of the USA and Canada

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Deputy Director of the Russian Academy of Sciences at the Institute of the USA and Canada, based in Moscow

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The State Department is not talking, but Russians are slapping their thighs about Ryan C. Fogle, officially third secretary of the political department of the US Embassy in Moscow.

American Spy Removed from Russia in Strange Caper

The State Department is not talking, but Russians are slapping their thighs about Ryan C. Fogle, officially third secretary of the political department of the US Embassy in Moscow.

from To the Point

The accused paymaster of what the FBI calls Russia's  "deep cover" spy ring  in the United States skipped bail in Cyprus today.

Russian Spies in American Suburbs: Shades of the Cold War?

The accused paymaster of what the FBI calls Russia's "deep cover" spy ring in the United States skipped bail in Cyprus today.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Ten Russians posing as ordinary Americans, including parents with children, have been  arrested  as "deep cover" spies after seven years of investigation by the FBI.

Russian Spies in American Suburbs: Shades of the Cold War?

Ten Russians posing as ordinary Americans, including parents with children, have been arrested as "deep cover" spies after seven years of investigation by the FBI.

from To the Point

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