3 April 2000 Espionage, secrecy and those classic spy movies all became widely romanticised during the Cold War. The collapse of Communism throughout Eastern Europe in 1989 and 1990 and the dismantling of the Berlin Wall removed some elements of mysticism that had encompassed the different perceptions of East and West. Intelligence services began to […]

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