Just over 8 hours: this was the time that four CIA agents had to disarm, photograph, and reassemble a famous Soviet spacecraft. Without a trace. This happened about 60 years ago – sometime between 1959 and 1960, but secret agency documents do not make clear a more exact date.
It was 75 years ago. American diplomat George Kennan dispelled Washington’s illusions about the nature of Russia from Stalin and, for two years, formulated the essentials of American foreign policy. George Frost Kennan, an American diplomat in Moscow, was irritated by the policy of his president, Franklin Roosevelt. It was