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  • 27 Sep 2022
    Daniel Noemi Voionmaa

    Spies, Writers, and the Cold War in Latin America

    What was the impact of surveillance on writers? If a writer is under surveillance by secret police agents, and he or she knows it, does that change what he or she wrote? Would the literature be a reply, a repudiation, an angry answer to the surveillance? During the Cold war years, in several Latin American […]

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  • 8 Mar 2017
    Rex A. Wade

    Writing about the Russian Revolution

    Rex A. Wade, author of 'The Russian Revolution,1917' talks about his experience in researching the Russian Revolution.

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  • 17 Jun 2008

    How did Cold War-era spies get "the goods"?

    Just ask Kristie Macrakis. The Washington Times ran a recent story on a books about spying in the era of the Iron Curtain — both sides, in fact. On the East German side, they discuss Seduced by Secrets. * * * Joe Goulden “Meanwhile, a third of the world away, the East German spy agency, […]

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