Author profile: Frederick Strachan

More of the Same? Russian Intelligence during the Post-Soviet Era

More of the Same? Russian Intelligence during the Post-Soviet Era

Despite the euphoria that accompanied the toppling of Felix Dzerzhinsky’s statue in Lubyanka Square in August 1991, the power of the KGB, now the FSB and the SVR, has not declined. True reform of Russia’s security services, despite some early intent, has not happened.

The Evolution of Stalin’s Foreign Policy during Word War Two

The Evolution of Stalin’s Foreign Policy during Word War Two

Throughout the war what Stalin wanted most from the Western Powers was their commitment to a second front, economic aid and their agreement to the restoration of Russia’s 1941 borders. Although his methods evolved, these objectives did not change.

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