Category Archives: Espionage

The Queen of Cuba: The two stories of Ana Montes

“I believe that the morality of espionage is relative. The activity always betrays someone, and some observers will think that it is justified and others not, in every case.” Ana Montes —  Private letter to a friend Ana Belén Montes (born February … Continue reading

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RUSSIA: FSB Shaken by a Major Reshuffle

“One might think this would be a good time for Russian cyber intelligence officials, credited as they are with hacking and leaking Democratic emails that may have altered the course of the U.S. presidential election. One would be wrong.” Emily … Continue reading

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BREAKING NEWS — IRAN: Belgium University Professor Death Sentence Could Be Suspended

“A scientist performing important humanitarian work has been sentenced without public trial and is looking at the death penalty. This is an outrageous violation of universal human rights, against which we should react decisively.” Rector Caroline Pauwels — VUB [Vrije Universiteit … Continue reading

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Belgium University Professor Sentenced to Death in Iran

“A scientist performing important humanitarian work has been sentenced without public trial and is looking at the death penalty. This is an outrageous violation of universal human rights, against which we should react decisively.” Rector Caroline Pauwels — VUB [Vrije Universiteit … Continue reading

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