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Michael Weiss

Director for Special Investigations, Free Russia Foundation

29 KGB Training Manuals (1965-1989)

Mostly Russian originals

You Don’t Have to Be Recruited to Work for Russian Intelligence

A classified KGB training manual on “confidential contacts” explores the gray area between informant and agent.

Aquarium Leaks. Inside the GRU’s Psychological Warfare Program

The Company You Keep: Yevgeny Prigozhin’s Influence Operations in Africa

“Recruitment or Elimination: The Kremlin’s Dark History of Dealing with Ethnic Russians Beyond Russia’s Borders”

How the KGB Compensated for Perestroika

In addition to its espionage abroad, the KGB was always busy recruiting foreign nationals in the Soviet Union, with an eye to subsequently running them as agents in their home countries

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