The Afghan war, the roots of the chaos, and the evolution of the world’s deadliest network of Islamic terror: How did it all start?
At first, Afghans backed the Taliban by giving them a chance. For Afghans, who had witnessed a long war, the Taliban promised two things. First, security to Afghans and secondly, a truce among mujahideen groups that continued to fight to control Afghan lands.
Since farmers are in the news these days, I thought I would tell this story of the Communist war on biology and agricultural science in general.
Espionage Archives: How India’s Communist parties received funding from the Soviet Union during the Cold War
CIA doc reveals India’s parties allegedly took funds from the Soviet Union in exchange for heavy influence on foreign policy.
India was seen as the playground for International espionage between the intelligence agencies of the two superpowers- KGB and CIA.
Clashes erupt between Azerbaijan and Armenia over breakaway region Nagorno-Karabakh, world leaders concerned
The historical conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia over breakaway region Nagorno-Karabakh region dates back to 1921 when the Soviet Union forcibly merged the predominantly ethnic Armenian region with Azerbaijan.
Former KGB agent Yuri Bezmenov exposes the four stages of a Communist takeover of a country in rare 1984 interview
Yuri Bezmenov was in love with India so much so that he did not want the country to be 'irreparably damaged' under the Soviet influence.
Unless we seize the moment, it’s going to be all over for us.
He also decided to reveal why he was named Stalin