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From fiction to fact: Spy novelist Frederick Forsyth says he worked for MI6

Aug 31, 2015

From fiction to fact: Spy novelist Frederick Forsyth says he worked for MI6

Writer Frederick Forsyth, known for his spy novels, has said he worked for British intelligence service MI6 for more than 20 years. #didyouknow #Cold War #KGB #Shareworthy #MI6 #Frederick Forsyth #British intelligence service #The Outsider: My Life #spy novelist
US Secretary of State John Kerry visits Cuba to raise flag at newly reopened embassy

Aug 14, 2015

US Secretary of State John Kerry visits Cuba to raise flag at newly reopened embassy

US Secretary of State John Kerry visited Cuba on Friday to raise the US flag over the newly reopened embassy, sealing Washington's historic rapprochement with Havana. #World #NewsTracker #Cold War #USA #Cuba #Havana #US Secretary of State #John Kerry
US Senate committee votes to ease Cuba travel restrictions

Jul 24, 2015

US Senate committee votes to ease Cuba travel restrictions

The US Senate Appropriations Committee approved a slate of amendments Thursday that open to the door to restoring open travel to Cuba, as well shipping and agricultural financing. #World #US #NewsTracker #Cold War #International relations #Cuba #Economic embargo #Travel restriction
Former Soviet leader Gorbachev urges Moscow, Berlin to 're-establish trust'

Jul 22, 2015

Former Soviet leader Gorbachev urges Moscow, Berlin to 're-establish trust'

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev urged Moscow and Berlin on Tuesday to "re-establish trust" amid fierce tension caused by the ongoing Ukraine crisis. #US #NewsTracker #Russia #Europe #Germany #Cold War #International relations #Gorbachev
Resurfacing Cold War: 11 killed in Ukraine rebel clashes this week

Jul 16, 2015

Resurfacing Cold War: 11 killed in Ukraine rebel clashes this week

Ukraine lost eight soldiers on Wednesday in a dramatic spike in fighting with pro-Russian gunmen that further imperilled a truce Washington's top European envoy is desperately trying to salvage in Kiev. #NewsTracker #Russia #Cold War #EU #Ukraine #Kiev #Eastern Europe
Russia poses 'greatest threat' to US national security says top military officer

Jul 10, 2015

Russia poses 'greatest threat' to US national security says top military officer

Russia now poses the greatest threat to US national security and its behavior is "nothing short of alarming," Marine General Joseph Dunford, the nominee to be the US military's top officer, said on Thursday. #US #NewsTracker #Russia #Cold War #military #Joseph Dunford #US National Security
Timeline: US-Cuba relations from the 1959 Cuban revolution until 2015

Jul 02, 2015

Timeline: US-Cuba relations from the 1959 Cuban revolution until 2015

The United States and Cuba announced a new deal on Wednesday to re-open embassies in their capitals after more than 50 years, marking a historic restoration of diplomatic ties severed since the Cold War. #World #Timeline #Barack Obama #America #US #Cold War #Fidel Castro #Raul Castro
US, Cuba diplomatic posts witnessed decades of Cold War drama

Jul 02, 2015

US, Cuba diplomatic posts witnessed decades of Cold War drama

The buildings that will become US and Cuban embassies in their neighbor's respective capitals on July 20 have seen over five decades of Cold War protests, provocations and strains. #NewsTracker #Cold War #Washington #Cuba #Havana #embassies #ties
Pakistan likely to sign USD 2 billion LNG pipeline deal with Russia

Jun 29, 2015

Pakistan likely to sign USD 2 billion LNG pipeline deal with Russia

Energy-starved Pakistan is likely to sign a USD 2 billion deal with Russia for laying a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) pipeline from Karachi to Lahore, a sign of increasing ties between the Cold War-era adversaries. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Russia #LNG #Cold War #Nawaz Sharif #Karachi #Lahore #Liquefied natural gas #Moscow #Shanghai Cooperation Organisation #Shahid Khaqan Abbasi
If Putin is President, Russia will not be part of G-7, says Canadian PM Harper

Jun 05, 2015

If Putin is President, Russia will not be part of G-7, says Canadian PM Harper

Russia should never be allowed back in the Group of 7 as long as Vladimir Putin is president #NewsTracker #Russia #Cold War #Canada #Ukraine #Putin #Harper #G-7