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In this searing modern history of espionage, Stephen Grey takes us from the CIA's Cold War . Then as is now, the spy masters don't spy directly.

In this searing modern history of espionage, Stephen Grey takes us from the CIA's Cold War legends, to the agents who betrayed the IRA, through to the spooks inside Al-Qaeda and ISIS. Techniques and technologies have evolved, but the old motivations for betrayal-patriotism, greed, revenge, compromise-endure. They hire, recruit others to do the spying for them. The New Spymasters", a non-fiction book by Stephen Grey published in 2015, was challenging to read, but highly informative, and very wide-ranging. Case studies were presented in readable, but rich detail.

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Stephen Grey quotes him as saying, self-servingly but accurately enough, that the reality is that the past is a very, very dark place for everybody. Grey is a Reuters reporter who has previously written books about the UK-US military campaign in Afghanistan and the CIA’s rendition programme. During the run-up to the 2003 Iraq war, the desire to pull out a coherent narrative from the murk led the world’s main agencies to attach too much certainty to the indications that Iraq’s dictator, Saddam Hussein, had acquired weapons of mass destruction.

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The New Spymasters is a look inside the dark world of spying, its shades-of-gray ethical challenges, and its never-ending complexities. Author Stephen Grey poses three questions up front. First, how has spying changed in the twenty-first century? Second, when can spying be effective?

The New Spymasters is a look inside the dark world of spying, its shades-of-gray ethical challenges, and its never-ending complexities. First, how has spying changed in the twenty-first century? Second, when can spying be effective? Third, what kind of spying is needed to help deal with the specific threats of today and of the future? To answer each question, Grey provides a lengthy background discussion of personalities and events, which gives the reader a context to support his examples and conclusions.

The old world of spying-dead-letter boxes, microfilm cameras, an enemy . The new enemy is constantly evolving and prepared to kill the innocent

The old world of spying-dead-letter boxes, microfilm cameras, an enemy reporting to the Moscow Center, and a hint of sexual blackmail-is history. The new enemy is constantly evolving and prepared to kill the innocent. In this searing modern history of espionage, Stephen Grey takes us from the CIA's Cold War legends, to the agents who betrayed the IRA, through to the spooks inside Al-Qaeda and ISIS.

In this searing modern history of espionage, Stephen Grey takes us from the CIA's Cold War legends, to the agents who . Stephen Grey is a British writer, broadcaster and investigative reporter with over two decades of experience of reporting on intelligence issues

In this searing modern history of espionage, Stephen Grey takes us from the CIA's Cold War legends, to the agents who betrayed the IRA, through to the spooks inside Al-Qaeda and ISIS. Techniques and technologies have evolved, but the old motivations for betrayal - patriotism, greed, revenge, compromise - endure. Publisher: Penguin Books. Publication date: June 2015. Stephen Grey is a British writer, broadcaster and investigative reporter with over two decades of experience of reporting on intelligence issues. He is best known for his world exclusive revelations about the CIA's program of 'extraordinary rendition', as well as reports from Iraq and Afghanistan.

Stephen Grey is a British writer, broadcaster, and investigative reporter with more than two decades of experience . Oddly very little is from Israel or other nations that use spies.

Stephen Grey is a British writer, broadcaster, and investigative reporter with more than two decades of experience reporting on intelligence issues. He is best known for his world exclusive revelations about the CIA's program of "extraordinary rendition," as well as reports from Iraq and Afghanistan. Then the 'new world' intrudes with the demise of the 'Cold War' and the 'new jihadist terrorist' threat takes centre stage. A few puzzling references appear to non-warfare threats, notably multinationals moving billions and whether in the future there is a national political requirement to spy on them.

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The old world of spying-dead-letter boxes, microfilm cameras, an enemy reporting to the Moscow Center, and a hint of sexual blackmail-is history. The spymaster's technique has changed and the enemy has, too. He or she now frequently comes from a culture far removed from Western understanding and is part of a less well-organized group. The new enemy is constantly evolving and prepared to kill the innocent. In the face of this new threat, the spymasters of the world shunned human intelligence as the primary way to glean clandestine information and replaced it with an obsession that focuses on the technical methods of spying ranging from the use of high-definition satellite photography to the global interception of communications. However, this obsession with technology has failed, most spectacularly, with the devastation of the 9/11 attacks. In this searing modern history of espionage, Stephen Grey takes us from the CIA's Cold War legends, to the agents who betrayed the IRA, through to the spooks inside Al-Qaeda and ISIS. Techniques and technologies have evolved, but the old motivations for betrayal-patriotism, greed, revenge, compromise-endure. Based on years of research and interviews with hundreds of secret sources, Stephen Grey's The New Spymasters is an up-to-date exposé that shows how spycraft's human factor is once again being used to combat the world's deadliest enemies.
Publisher: St. Martin's Press (July 14, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0312379226
ISBN-13: 978-0312379223

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The New Spymasters: Inside the Modern World of Espionage from the Cold War to Global Terror by Stephen Grey BЯ