Natalie Grant and Russian Disinformation


The Nathan Hale Institute published two Natalie Grant works. Deception, A Tool of Soviet Foreign Policy, 1987. Murder in the Tiergarten: The Political Life of Vladimir Orlov, Intelligent Agent and Disinformer, 1997. During the recent election cycle it was so gratifying to see the interest among so many outlets and individuals in Russian Disinformation and Active Measures when it appeared targeted at the their favorite political party and candidates.

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1 Response to Natalie Grant and Russian Disinformation

  1. markolinux77 says:

    I’ve been wanting to obtain of some of Natalie Grant’s work, but it’s hard to come by. The first one you cited above, “Deception, A Tool of Soviet Foreign Policy, 1987”, sounds particularly interesting. Would you know of a way to get a copy?

    I share her distrust of Gorbachev, and agree with her assessment that his “new thinking” was really just the old thinking in new garb. These “new” lies exchanged for old are hiding in the Green / Sustainability movements.

    Green is the new Red.

    Please contact me if you would like to discuss more.

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