Who wanted to get rid of Alla Horska?
|6 October, 2018||Breaking news|
Ukrainian citizen Pavlo Sharoyko, who was sentenced to eight years in prison on espionage charges in May, could soon be released
|6 August, 2013||News|
Currently, Ukrainian archives store 79,105 classified secret files of Soviet age, State Archives Service of Ukraine reports
|5 August, 2013|
Russia may use the Snowden case in the secret intelligence war against Washington and further attacks on its own genuine whistleblowers
|11 July, 2013||World|
Edward Snowden’s revelation of covert information collection operations by the US intelligence has sown deep suspicion between Washington and its European allies
|8 July, 2013|
On June 6, Edward Snowden leaked information about PRISM, a federal programme used by NSA to monitor computers and telecommunication networks globally. To defend the NSA, President Obama spoke of a balance between privacy and security and the compromise this takes
|25 April, 2013|
The 500-rouble Russian bill features a very nice and disdainful picture that shows the state’s heightened interest in the spiritual dimension of Russia’s life and history
|18 March, 2013|
On 19 September 2008, Estonian Defence Ministry adviser Hermann Simm and his wife travelled to a small town near Tallinn to pick up a three-kilogram cake that Simm had ordered for his mother-in-law’s birthday from a local shopping centre. When they came out of the shop carrying their purchases, neither noticed the black Volkswagen minibus - or the ambulance positioned just around the corner, there in case Estonia’s most wanted traitor should put up resistance, have a heart attack or take a capsule of poison.
|28 September, 2012|
Politics has always been about a watershed between legitimate and illegitimate figures in power
|1 August, 2012||History|
The Ukrainian Week presents Vasyl Lisoviy’s investigative memoirs about the repressive techniques used by the KGB against the activists of the 1960-1980s dissident movement in Ukraine.
|11 November, 2011|
Western society is in the wrong when it thinks that talk of a thick network of Russian spies in their countries is not true
|8 September, 2011||World|
Kalugin, currently a professor at the Center for Counterintelligence and Security Studies, speaks about Vladimir Putin’s use of Stalinist methods and the Russian Orthodox Church as a servant of the FSB