Espionage: an Encyclopedia of Spies

 By Richard M. Bennett

Failure to defend against recent terrorist outrages has drawn unprecedented public attention to modern-day global espionage, from the US government's involvement in the politics of the Middle East, Europe and Africa, to the surveillance of their own citizens by government throughout the western world. This reference resource contains over 500 entries covering every aspect of modern-day intelligence-gathering and counter-terrorism, along with a comprehensive overview of its history. Global in scope, Espionage focuses in particular on developments in the field of intelligence since the end of the Cold War.

  • First Edition
  • First Printing, February 2002
  • Fine Condition
  • Dust Jacket, Archival Acetate Cover