LIGNET: Russia Recruiting Spies to Steal Naval Secrets

Friday, 14 Dec 2012 01:45 PM

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British naval engineer Edward Devenney, left, Canadian naval intelligence officer Jeffrey Paul Delisle, right, are two of those recently arrested and charged with selling naval secrets to Russia.
Four recent cases show that Russia has returned to Cold War levels of espionage, targeting the naval secrets of the United States and its allies, particularly Canada and the UK. It’s unlikely that Russia is trying to compete with the United States for world dominance, as it did in the decades after World War II. Moscow likely has another rival in mind, and will do everything it can to say one step ahead of it.

Click here to read the full report on recent Russian espionage from top intelligence analysts at LIGNET.com.



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