Why there are still spies

Roberts, Steven V.; Stanglin, Douglas
March 1994
U.S. News & World Report;3/7/94, Vol. 116 Issue 9, p30
Discusses how the Clinton administration's measured response to the charges that Aldrich Ames was spying for Russia reflects the fact that it is not exactly shocking that Russia is still spying on America. Booming market for economic and technological secrets despite the end of the cold war; Shared interests of Washington and Moscow; Reasons why the spy wars continue; Moscow's top priority of economic, not military intelligence.


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