A-Z Archive






From the pages of Eye Spy Intelligence Magazine since May 2001


RAAD. Republican Action Against Drugs. Northern Ireland. ES83, 2013
RAAF. Royal Australian Air Force. Operations against ISIS. ES93, 2014
RAB. Rapid Action Battalion, Bangladesh. ES104, 2016
Rabat. (See CIA Ghost Flights). ES65, 2009
Rabbani, Ali Fallahian Mohsen. Iranian Intelligence Chief. ES52, 2007
Rabbani, Burhanuddin. ES83, 2013
Rabbani, Burhanuddin. Key MI6 link man in Afghanistan assassinated by Taliban. ES76, 2011
Rabbani, Mohsen. ES78, 2012
Rabia, Abu Hamza. ES54, 2008
Rabin, Yitzhak. Assassination plot. (See Agent Champagne). ES7, 2002
Rabin, Yitzhak. ES82, 2012
Rabin, Yitzhak. Israel Prime Minister. (See also Mossad). ES6, 2001
Raborn, William F. Director CIA. ES41, 2006
RAC. Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall, London. ES100, 2015
Rachel, Nevada. (See Area 51). ES77, 2012
Raczynski, Edward. (See Cafe Daquise). ES56 2008
Radack, Jesselyn. ES88, 2013
Radar Reconnaissance. Cold War Games. Russian warplanes ease through US radar. Feature. ES1, 2001
Radar. ES58, 2008
Raddison Blue Hotel, Bamako, Mali. Terrorists kill 19. Western Focus. Feature. ES100, 2015
RADEOS. Rapid Deployment Electro Optical Systems. (See GCHQ). ES1, 2001
Radford, Adrian. (See Anti-Surveillance). Tradecraft. ES59, 2008
Radiation Bombers. US dirty bomb plot foiled. Feature. ES10, 2002
Radiation Detection. Personal security. ES52, 2007
Radio Berlin. See Propaganda. Radio Propaganda Past and Present. ES97, 2015
Radio Communications. Interception. Feature. The Listeners: Stagecoach, Eagle, Magpie and Timberwolf. ES77, 2012
Radio Data Bursts. ES69, 2010
Radio Echo Moskvy. ES100, 2015
Radio Free Czechoslovakia. (See also Velvet Revolution). ES77, 2012
Radio Free Europe. (See Georgi Markov). ES10, 2010
Radio Free Europe. See Propaganda. Radio Propaganda Past and Present. ES97, 2015
Radio Frequency Identification Tags. Feature. ES29, 2004
Radio Intercept Company, 621st. ES90, 2014
Radio Luxembourg. ES67, 2010
Radio Moscow. ES65, 2009
Radio Moscow. ES75, 2011
Radio Moscow. See OSINT. Secret Intelligence in the Media. Feature. (TC) ES91, 2014
Radio Oranje. ES97, 2015
Radio Peking. (See Radio Voices of the Clandestine Services). ES75, 2011
Radio Station Free North Korea. ES76, 2011
Radio Station Peace and Progress. (See Radio Voices of the Clandestine Services). ES75, 2011
Radio Tirana. See Propaganda. Radio Propaganda Past and Present. ES97, 2015
Radio Truth. (See Robert Mugabe). ES75, 2011
Radio. Russian Radio Agents. Feature - German counter-intelligence arrest long-time SVR agents. ES76, 2011
Radio. See BBC. Secret BBC spy broadcasts. Agent contact, guidance, instructions and propaganda broadcasts played by the corporation. Including leading players and new endeavours. Legacy. Feature. ES99, 2015
Radio. See Communication and Espionage. Adventure in Time. Part 3. Major Feature. (TC) ES113, 2018
Radio. SW Radio Africa. ES75, 2011
Radio. Voice of America. See Propaganda. Radio Propaganda Past and Present and VOA. ES97, 2015
Radio. Voice of Korea. Propaganda broadcasts. ES76, 2011
Radio. Voice of the Free Sons of the Yemeni South. ES75, 2011
Radio. Voice of Zimbabwe. ES75, 2011
Radio. Voices of the Clandestine Services. Feature on the stations used as propaganda instruments around the world. ES75, 2011
Radioactive Caesium-137. ES30 2004/5
Radioactive Lead Containers. Shipment confiscated in Uzbekistan. ES47, 2007
Radiogramma. Ripples of Russian Spy Ring. Arrests made connected to the collapsed SVR spy ring in USA. Feature. ES80, 2012
Radiogramme. ES85, 2013
Radiograms. ES69, 2010
Radisson Hotel bomb plot in Amman, Jordan. ES37, 2005
RAF Aird Uig, Isle of Lewis. Former Cold War base set for new role. Cold War Legacy. Feature. ES101, 2016
RAF Akrotiri. Cyprus. Operations against ISIS. ES99, 2015
RAF Akrotiti. Cyprus. See Alliance Strike ISIS. Feature. ISIS targets across Iraq and Syrian attacked. ES93, 2014
RAF Aldergrove. ES86, 2013
RAF Aviation Heritage Museum. ES21, 2003
RAF Boeing E-3D Sentry. (See ELINT). ES58, 2008
RAF Brize Norton. ES100, 2015
RAF Brize Norton. ES98, 2015
RAF Brize Norton. Suspected Iranian spy arrested. ES59, 2008
RAF College Cranwell. See China. Chinese state-owned companies accused of espionage. Playing with Red Fire? Feature. ES105, 2016
RAF Digby. ES2, 2001
RAF Farnborough. ES2, 2001
RAF Fylingdales. Early Warning Station. ES10, 2002
RAF Fylingdales. Evolving role. (See Missile Defence Shield). ES52, 2007
RAF Fylingdales. National Missile Defense. Feature. ES15, 2003
RAF Fylingdales. Photo essay. ES15, 2003
RAF Gatow, Berlin. ES103, 2016
RAF Gatow. Former British intelligence operator Douglas Boyd recounts his work and reveals a Stalin programme resulting in thousands of deaths. Cold War and Daughters of the KGB. Feature. ES96, 2015
RAF Gatow. West Germany. ES34, 2005
RAF Habbaniya. Cyprus. ES87, 2013
RAF Interception of Russian Tu-95 bombers. ES51, 2007
RAF Lakenheath. ISIS plot to attack USAF servicemen foiled. The USAF Air Force Base Plot. Feature. ES102, 2016
RAF Machrihanish. ES2, 2001
RAF Machrihanish. ES86, 2013
RAF Marham, UK. Alleged attempt to abduct RAF officer. ES105, 2016
RAF Medmenham. (See Image Interpretation. Feature) Tradecraft. ES86, 2013
RAF Menwith Hill. See NSA. ES86, 2013
RAF Mildenhall. ISIS plot to attack USAF servicemen foiled. The USAF Air Force Base Plot. Feature. ES102, 2016
RAF Nimrod. ES41, 2006
RAF Nimrod. Surveillance aircraft lost over Afghanistan. ES43, 2006
RAF North Weald. ES63, 2009
RAF Northolt. ES79, 2012
RAF Sentinel. Operations in Mali. ES84, 2013
RAF Spadeadam. Feature. ES105, 2016
RAF Staxton Wold. Communications. ES2, 2001
RAF surveillance over Syria. ES93, 2014
RAF Waddington. Air Warfare Centre. ES101, 2016
RAF. Cold War. Spy Ripples from the Cold War. Feature. RAF and NATO aircraft engage Russian warplanes and ships as Moscow increases military operations around the world. ES94, 2014
RAF. Fighter pilots train for hijack situation. ES24, 2004
RAF. Intelligence collection in Libya. (See Operation Ellamy). ES74, 2011
RAF. Intelligence School. ES43, 2006
RAF. No Hiding Place. Feature. Precision strikes by RAF on Gaddafi's offensive military infrastructure. Picture special. ES74, 2011
RAF. Red Army Faction. Rote Armee Fraktion. Germany. See aloi Baader-Meinhof. ES85, 2013
RAF. Red Army Faction. Terror chief released. Feature. ES47, 2007
RAF. Surveillance of Boko Haram terrorists in Nigeria and Chad. Feature. ES91, 2014
RAF. Typhoon fighters based at RAF Northolt provide air cover for 2012 London Olympic Games. ES77, 2012
Rafferty, Declan. (See Operation Samnite), ES10, 2002
Rafsanjani, Hashem. ES77, 2012
RAFTER. (See Clandestine Communications). ES50, 2007
Raham, Dato' Azharuddin Abdul. See Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. ES90, 2014
Raham, Gul. ES81, 2012
Rahami, Ahmad Khan. See New York City. Pressure cooker bombs. ES105, 2016
Rahav, Isaac. (See Operation Cyanide). ES16, 2003
Rahim Mohammad. ES55, 2008
Rahimi, Mehdi. General. ES89, 2014
Rahimi, Mohammad Reza. ES78, 2012
Rahman, Atiyad Abd al. ES75, 2011
Rahman, Mohibur. ES72, 2011
Rahman, Mohibur. ES78, 2012
Rahman, Naa'imur Zakariyah. ES113, 2018
Rahman, Omar Abdel. ES84, 2014
Rahman, Omar Abdel. ES85, 2013
Rahman, Shah Mohammed Lutfar. ES72, 2011
Rahman, Shah Mohammed Lutfar. ES78, 2012
Rahman, Sheik Abdul al. Feature. Check Mate (See Task Force 77). ES41, 2006
Rahman, Waliur. (Tehreek-e-Taliban). ES73, 2011
RAID. French CT/Special Forces unit. - Search, Assistance, Intervention, Deterrence. ES101, 2016
RAID. Research, Assistance, Intervention, Deterrence. French pseudo-civil Special Forces unit. See also Saint-Denis, Paris. Security Raids. Response to November Paris terrorist attack. ES100, 2015
Rainbow Warrior. ES100, 2015
Rainbow Warrior. ES104, 2016
Rainbow Warrior. French intelligence debacle in Auckland. ES3, 2001
Rainbow Warrior. President Mitterand authorised sinking. Feature. ES38, 2006
Rainmakers. RAF responsible for 1952 floods. ES4, 2001
Raissi, Lofti. Cleared pilot sues USA for $20 million. ES21, 2003
Raissi, Lofti. ES36, 2005
Raissi, Lofti. ES6, 2001
Rajoub, Jibril. ES88, 2013
Rajoy, Mariano. President of Spain. ES111, 2017
Rakhimbayeva, Victoria. See Lesin, Mikhail. ES100, 2015
Rakhman, Saif. (See The Kashif). ES5, 2001
Raklevicius, Vidmantas. Lt. Colonel. See NATO. Russians spies inside NATO. Our Man in Tallinn. Feature. ES95, 2015
Ramadi, Iraq. AQ safe houses. ES33, 2005
Ramadi, Iraq. ES97, 2015
Ramal, Hassan. ES75, 2011
Ramandeh and Lashkar-Abad Uranium Enrichment plant, Iran. ES69, 2010
Ramano, Joseph. Colonel. ES87, 2013
Rambo. (See RIRA). ES76, 2011
Ramda, Rachid. ES82, 2012
Ramirez, Jamie Paulin. (See Jihad Jane). ES67, 2010
Ramirez, Ruben. ES49, 2007
RAMPS. Reconnaissance Automated Mission Planning System. (See GCHQ). ES1, 2001
Ramsey, Roderick. (See Conrad Spy Ring). ES10, 2002
Ramstein AFB. 9/11 Horizon. AQ Plot to attack base. ES51, 2007
Ran, Abu. (See Hamid Juma Faris Jouri Al-Saeedi). ES43, 2010
Rana, Tahawwur Hussein. ES65, 2009
Ranaja, Kamel Hussein. Hamas agent found dead in Syria. Feature. ES80, 2012
RAND Corporation. ES86, 2013
Randle, Michael. ES96, 2015
Ranger Castor. (See MV Gaul). ES21, 2003
Rangers. US Army Special Forces. US operators killed in covert operations in Afghanistan and Africa. Front Line. Feature. ES109, 2017
Ransome, Arthur. ES32, 2005
Ransome, Arthur. MI6. ES70, 2010
Rantisi, Abdel Aziz al. Co-founder of Hamas. ES80, 2012
Rantisi, Abdul Aziz al. (See Hamas). ES18, 2003
Raoult, Didier. ES51, 2007
Rap Back. See NGI. ES93, 2014
Rapasi, Josez. ES52, 2007
Rapier Weapons System. Missile shield announced for 2012 London Olympic Games. ES77, 2012
Raqqa Civil Council. Covert deal and back-channel to ISIS allows thousands of fighters safe passage out of Raqqa, Syria. Secret Daesh Accord. Major Feature. ES113, 2018
Raqqa, Syria. Alliance forces retake city from ISIS terrorists. Major Feature. ES111, 2017
Raqqa, Syria. ES93, 2014
Raqqa, Syria. Mosul, Iraq. Alliance forces strike ISIS targets. ES109, 2017
Ras Hadat Oil Platform. ES89, 2014
Rasch, Eric. Commander. See Iran. Report into US Navy Coastal Riverine Squadron 3 unit detained by Iran. The Riverine Fiasco. Feature. ES104, 2016
Rashak, Izzat al. Hamas Political Bureau. ES80, 2012
Rasmussen, Anders Fogh. NATO. ES87, 2013
Rasmussen, Anders. ES104, 2016
Rasmussen, Anders. General. ES84, 2013
Rasoul, Yahya. Iraq Joint Operations. Brigadier General. ES108, 2017
Rasputin, Grigori Yefimovich. ES36, 2005
Rasputin, Grigori Yefimovich. ES99, 2015
Ratcliffe, Nazanin Sugariness Iran. Tehran jails UK and US 'spies'. The Unspecified Estate. Feature. ES106, 2016
Ratcliffe, Nazanin Zaghari. Feature. ES113, 2018
Rather, Dan. (See fabricated George W. Bush National Service Record). ES29, 2004
Rather, Dan. ES100, 2015
Rather, Dan. ES18, 2003
Rather, Dan. Speaking on allegations of surveillance, telephone tapping, secret contacts with Moscow. Watergate II: The 'Bugging' of Trump Tower. Major Feature. ES108, 2017
Rats. Exploding. See SOE. ES113, 2018
Rauf, Rashid. ES100, 2015
Rauf, Rashid. ES60, 2009
Rauf, Rashid. Feature. Back from the Grave? ES62, 2009
Rauf, Rashid. Killed in Predator attack. ES62, 2009
Rauf, Rashid. Role and relevance in Operation Overt. Trans-Atlantic Bomb Plot. ES74, 2011
Rauf, Tarif. ES54, 2008
Raven Syndrome. (See Sexpionage). ES7, 2002
Raven. (See UAVs). ES30 2004/5
Raw Intelligence. See Tradecraft |(analysis). ES38, 2006
RAW. Research and Analysis Wing. India. ES43, 2006
RAW. Research and Analysis Wing. India. ES60, 2009
Rawhide. See President Ronald Reagan. ES77, 2012
Rawi, Muhammad Amin Husay al. ES33, 2005
Ray, Janet. ES34, 2005
Ray, Thomas Willard. ES34, 2005
Ray. (See Phantom Ray). ES68, 2010
Rayman, Marcel. ES99, 2015
Raymi, Qasim al. AQAP. ES98, 2015
Raymond P. See Raymond Poeteray. ES84, 2013
Rayner, Oswald. (See MI6 plot to kill Rasputin). ES36, 2005
Rayner, W. Commander. (See Animals and Espionage). ES72, 2011
Raytheon Sentinel Airborne Stand-Off Radar. (ASTOR). ES73, 2011
Razdobudko, Vitaly. (See Domodedovo Airport bombing). ES72, 2011
Razia, Fazle. ES6, 2001
Razmara, Ali. General and Prime Minister of Iran. ES104, 2016
Raznatovic, Zeliko. (See also Arkan). ES17, 2003
RC-135. Rivet Joint surveillance aircraft. ES93, 2014
RC-135. Rivet Joint. ES73, 2011
RCMP. (See Trinity Top Secret. Canadian naval analyst arrested for espionage. Recipients - GRU, Moscow. ES81, 2012
RCMP. ES101, 2016
RCMP. Feature. Whirlpool Bridge Plot. Royal Canadian Mounted Police foil train plot by al-Qaida. ES85, 2013
RCMP. Royal Canadian Mounted Police. (See Trinity Breach). ES78, 2012
RCMP. Royal Canadian Mounted Police. ES41, 2006
RCT. Remote Controlled Toys. Air, land and sea used to carry explosives. ES99, 2015
RDD. Radiological Dispersal Device. (See also dirty bomb). ES62, 2009
RDD. Radiological Dispersal Device. (See Counter-Terrorism. The World of Counter-Terrorism and Intelligence. Part 8 - Super Terrorism). ES84, 2013
RDV. Remotely Driven Vehicles. See also ISIS. New security fears as ISIS weapons building and technology training videos surface. Bomb Makers: Selected Distribution. Major Feature. ES101, 2016
RDX. Research Department Explosive. ES69, 2010
RDX. Research Department Explosive. ES85, 2013
Reagan, Ronald. ES104, 2016
Reagan, Ronald. ES84, 2013
Reagan, Ronald. President and Cold War warrior dies. ES26, 2004
Reagan, Ronald. USA President. ES89, 2014
Reaian, Jason. Washington post journalist charged with espionage by Iran. ES100, 2015
Reaian, Jason. Washington post journalist detained in Iran. ES97, 2015
Real IRA strikes in Ealing, London. ES4, 2001
Real Time Intelligence. Feature. iJet Travel Intelligence. ES10, 2002
Real-Time Camera. ES49, 2007
Reaper. MQ-9 UAV. ES70, 2010
Rear Vision Glasses. Product Review. ES42, 2006
Rear Vision Sunglasses. See Eye Spy. ES42, 2006
REC. Railway Executive Committee. See Tube Stations, London. Use of by intelligence military and government bodies. Ghost Stations. Feature. ES97, 2015
Recognition Signals. See Tradecraft - Silent Spies and Communication. Feature. ES87, 2013
Reconnaissance Regiment. Feature. (See SSR and 14 Int.). ES46, 2007
Recording Cameras. ES49, 2007
Recording Devices. (See Bugs - Spy Tradecraft). ES48, 2007
Red Analog. (See Codebreaking Machines). ES61, 2009
Red Army Faction (RAF). ES1, 2001
Red Army Faction. Active. ES2, 2001
Red Army Faction. ES19, 2003
Red Army Museum, Moscow. ES15, 2003
Red Avispa Spy Ring. ES63, 2009
Red Baron. See Manfred von Richthofen. ES92, 2014
Red Berets. (See Serbian spymaster). ES62, 2009
Red Brigades. Brigate Rosse. Italy. Terrorist group. ES24, 2004
Red Brigades. ES79, 2012
Red Brigades. Feature. Years of 'Lead' Return. ES9, 2002
Red Cell. See Tiger Teams. ES108, 2017
Red Masked Brigade. A.k.a. The Signed in Blood Battalion. See In Amenas. Gas complex attack in Algeria. ES94, 2014
Red Mercury Plot. Al-Qaida. Trial begins in UK. ES40, 2006
Red Notice. See Interpol. ES95, 2015
Red Orchestra Spy Ring. ES26, 2004
Red Prince. (See Ali Hassan Salameh). ES86, 2013
Red Shirts. Thailand terror/pressure group. ES99, 2015
Red Square Jackal. Attempt to assassinate Vladimir Putin. ES55, 2008
Redford, Robert. (See Espionage - Spies on Screen). ES78, 2012
Redgrave, Michael. ES100, 2015
Redmond, Paul. ES32, 2005
Redouane, Rachid. London Bridge terrorist attack. Eight dead as ISIS terror cell strikes. Anatomy of a Terrorist Attack. Major Feature. ES110, 2017
ReDoubled agent. (See Spies in the Puzzle Palace). ES56 2008
Redstone Arsenal. RSA. (See US Army Missile Command). ES83, 2013
Redzikowa, Poland. AEGIS site. AEGIS Ashore. Feature. ES103, 2016
Reed, Thomas C. (See Farewell Dossier). ES24, 2004
Reenan, Cyril. ES77, 2012
Rees, Geraint. Dr. ES33, 2005
Rees, Trevor. (See Diana Inquest). ES55, 2008
Reese, Donald. ES27, 2004
Regan, Brian Patrick. 10,000 documents discovered. ES19, 2003
Regan, Brian Patrick. Feature. Deadly American Spy Fantasy. ES16, 2003
Regan, Brian Patrick. Retired USAF officer charged with espionage. ES4, 2001
Regan, Brian Patrick. Serious charges against former USAF officer. ES9, 2002
Regan, Brian Patrick. Spy sold US secrets. ES15, 2003
Regional Difference. See Operation Pathway. ES96, 2015
Registry. MI5 index of persons of interest and note. ES63, 2009
Registry. MI5 index. ES62, 2009
Registry. MI5 Index. ES93, 2014
Registry. MI5 security file containing hundreds of thousands of names. ES65, 2009
Regulatory of Investigatory Powers Act 2000. ES79, 2012
Rehma, Mohammed. ES100, 2015
Rehman, Habib-Ur. ES61, 2009
Rehman, Kazi Nurur. ES74, 2011
Rehman, Omar Abdur. (See Gas Limos Project). ES49, 2007
Reichael, Markus. Agent within BND outed. The Disgruntled Spy. Feature. ES100, 2015
Reichstag, Berlin. AQ target. ES70, 2010
Reichswehreid. (See Valkyrie). ES75, 2011
Reid, Edward. MI5 officer. ES78, 2012
Reid, John. (See Operation Overt. Trans-Atlantic Bomb Plot). ES74, 2011
Reid, John. ES18, 2003
Reid, John. ES9, 2002
Reid, Richard. ES52, 2007
Reid, Richard. ES79, 2012
Reid, Richard. ES91, 2014
Reid, Richard. Feature. European connections helped shoe bomber. ES11, 2002
Reid, Richard. See American Airlines Flight 63 - Paris to Miami. ES42, 2006
Reid, Richard. Shoe bomber defiant to the end as he receives life sentence. ES16, 2003
Reid, Richard. Shoe bomber. ES100, 2015
Reid, Richard. The French Connection. ES10, 2010
Reid, Richard. The Shoe Bomber plot. Feature. ES7, 2002
Reiffel, Leonard. ES103, 2016
Reigate Hill. WWII Code Controversy. Feature. Pigeon carrying code discovered in chimney linked to D-Day and Montgomery. ES83, 2013
Reilly, Nicky. Feature. Exeter cafe bomber. Absorbed by 9/11. ES56, 2008
Reilly, Nicky. Feature. The AQ Recruiters. ES59, 2008
Reilly, Nicky. Photo essay of bombs. ES59, 2008
Reilly, Sidney (Real name Shlomo Rosenblum). MI6 officer betrayed. ES4, 2001
Reilly, Sidney. ES106, 2016
Reilly, Sidney. ES61, 2009
Reilly, Sidney. ES82, 2012
Reilly, Sidney. Feature. A Long Way to Tipperary. Identity of spy. ES13, 2002
Reilly, Sidney. On Deadly Ground. Feature. ES12, 2002
Reinemer, Gunter. A.k.a. Hans-Georg Wagner. CIA agent was SS officer. ES1, 2001
Rejewski, Marian Adam. (See Enigma. Feature. Forgotten Heroes?). ES82, 2012
Rejewski, Marian. (See Enigma). ES55, 2008
Rejewski, Marian. ES4, 2001
Rejewski, Marian. ES92, 2014
Religion. Clergy. Religious figures who have featured in the world of intelligence. Clergy Spies. Major Feature. ES104, 2016
Remote Controlled Toys. Air, land and sea used to carry explosives. ES99, 2015
Remote Viewing in the Intelligence Cycle - Part 01. Objective overview of remote viewing intel projects. Feature. Intelligence, Interest and Projects. ES81, 2012
Remote Viewing in the Intelligence Cycle - Part 02. Objective overview of remote viewing intel projects. Feature. Psychic Spies. ES82, 2012
Remote Viewing in the Intelligence Cycle - Part 03. Behind Closed Doors. Coincidence and Synchronicity. Feature. ES83, 2013
Remote Viewing in the Intelligence Cycle - Part 04. Timeline, Players, Agencies, Operations and Analysis. Feature. ES84, 2013
Remote Viewing in the Intelligence Cycle - Part 05. Science, Superstition and Intelligence. Feature. ES85, 2013
Remote Viewing in the Intelligence Cycle - Part 06. A Myriad of Variables. Feature. Closure of Programmes, Reasons of Closure, Programmes Resurrected?
Remote Viewing. Feature. Psychic Spying. ES6, 2001
Removal Firms. Feature. (See Spy Tradecraft). ES72, 2011
Remzi, Isacc. ES35, 2005
Renaissance Hotel, Olympiysky Prospect, Moscow. ES77, 2012
Rendition. See Extraordinary Rendition. CIA European Black Sites. ES97, 2015
Rene, France-Albert. ES89, 2014
Renuart, Gene. ES51, 2007
Repasi, Jozef. ES59, 2008
Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press. See Fourth Estate. ES94, 2014
Reporters Without Borders. ES75, 2011
Reporters Without Borders. ES99, 2015
Reprieve. ES87, 2013
Reprieve. Legal attempt to examine UK intelligence investigative methods. The Third Direction. Feature. ES110, 2017
Reshetnokov, Leonid. KGB. ES112, 2017
Resource Warfare. ES58, 2008
Ressam, Ahmed. (See Los Angeles Airport plot). ES4, 2001
Ressam, Ahmed. ES57, 2008
Retinal Recognition. ES31, 2005
Retusche, Ulrike Meinhof. ES47, 2007
Revell, Buck. (See Lockerbie) ES40, 2006
Revere, Paul. Midnight Horse Ride. (See Spies of the American Revolutionary War). Feature. ES85, 2013
Revolutionary Cells. Terrorist group. ES1, 2001
Revolutionary Council. Libyan agency with ties to JSO. ES73, 2011
Revolutionary Guard Navy. Major maritime exercise. ES57, 2008
Revolutionary Guards. ES57, 2008
Revolutionary Warfare Wing. Feature. (See SAS). ES48, 2007
Rewards for Justice Program. ES97, 2015
Reyes, Raul. ES55, 2008
Reynolds, Ryan. (See Espionage - Spies on Screen). ES78, 2012
Reynosa, Mexico. ES76, 2011
Rezaei, Dariush. ES100, 2015
Rezaei, Dariush. Iran scientist murdered. ES75, 2011
Rezaian, Jason. A Most Unlikely Spy. Feature. ES100, 2015
Rezaian, Jason. ES101, 2016
Rezaie, Ahmad. (See Dubai Incident). ES77, 2012
Rezaie, Mohsen. (See Dubai Incident). ES77, 2012
Rezaie, Mohsen. ES78, 2012
Rezainejad, Darioush. ES78, 2012
Rezgui, Hakin. ES98, 2015
Rezgui, Seifeddine. ES100, 2015
Rezgui, Seifeddine. See Sousse Attack. Lone wolf ISIS terrorist kills dozens of tourists in Sousse, Tunisia, including many Britons. Tunisia DeJa Vu. Feature. ES98, 2015
RFE. Radio Free Europe. See Propaganda. Radio Propaganda Past and Present. ES97, 2015
RFID. Radio Frequency Identification Chip. See also Tradecraft - Cell Phone Interception Countermeasures. Targets and Opportunity. Feature. (TC) ES92, 2014
RFID. Radio Frequency Identification System. Feature on use of RFID and its relevance to intelligence and security. ES75, 2011
RFID. Radio Frequency Identification. ES73, 2011
RFID. Radio Frequency Identification. Feature. ES29, 2004
RFID. Radio Frequency Identification. Human implants. Feature. ES75, 2011
RFID. Radio Frequency Identification. UK Passport Security. Feature. ES73, 2011
RFS Nastoychivy. ES64, 2009
RFU. Radical Fundamentalist Unit. (FBI). ES10, 2002
RG. French Police Surveillance Directorate. ES76, 2011
RGA. Remotely Guided Animals. ES31, 2005
RGB. Reconnaissance General Bureau. North Korea's primary intelligence agency. A complete breakdown of its various directorates. ES108, 2017
Rhodes, Ben. ES108, 2017
Rhodes, Leslie. ES108, 2017
Rhys, Mathew. See Americans, The. Television series. A Little Fact Mixed with Fiction. Feature. ES104, 2016
Rhys, Mathew. See Spy Films. ES93, 2014
RIA Novosti Press Agency. ES60, 2009
RIA Novosti. ES91, 2014
RIC. Russian Intelligence Community. Restructuring and elements of intelligence community. Feature. ES54, 2008
Rice, Condoleezza. ES97, 2015
Rice, Condoleezza. Oil refineries targeted by AQ. ES41, 2006
Rice, Condoleezza. US National Security Advisor. ES3, 2001
Rice, Condoleezza. USA Secretary of State. ES89, 2014
Rice, Susan. Appointed National Security Advisor. ES86, 2013
Rice, Susan. ES82, 2012
Rice, Susan. ES89, 2014
Rice, Susan. National Security Advisor. USA. ES102, 2016
Rice-Davies, Mandy. See Profumo Affair. ES89, 2014
Richard, Martin. (See Boston, USA. Feature. Anatomy of the Boston Marathon Bombing). ES85, 2013
Richards, David. General Sir . ES83, 2013
Richards, David. General Sir. (See translator charged with espionage). ES46, 2007
Richards, David. General Sir. ES56, 2008
Richards, Rebecca. NSA. ES90, 2014
Richards, Sir Francis. ES75, 2011
Richards, Sir Francis. GCHQ Director. ES74, 2011
Richardson, Dennis. ASIO. Australian counter terrorist concerns. ES22, 2003
Richardson, Dennis. ASIS. ES10, 2010
Richardson, John. Admiral. US Navy. ES113, 2018
Richthofen, Manfred von. The Red Baron. ES92, 2014
Ricin. AQ factory location, London. ES33, 2005
Ricin. Communist production. Feature. ES17, 2003
Ricin. Factory (AQ) discovered in London. ES15, 2003
Ricin. Plot to purchase ricin foiled by FBI. ES98, 2015
Ricin. Plot. (See AQ Manchester to Abbottabad). ES74, 2011
Ricin. Poison umbrella. (See Georgi Markov). ES34, 2005
Ricin. Production of in Yemen. ES76, 2011
Ricin. Ricinus communis. ES75, 2011
Ricin. Search results in police officer's death in Manchester. ES15, 2003
Ricin. See Eye Spy Intelligence Review. ES100, 2015
Rickard, Donald C. US Vice Consul, South Africa. See CIA involvement in arrest of Nelson Mandela revealed. Feature. ES103, 2016
Ricketts, Sir Peter. ES27, 2004
Ricketts, Sir Peter. National Security Advisor (new UK position). ES68, 2010
Rickshaw. (See Operation Seagram). ES59, 2008
Rickshaw. Weapon concealment and transportation. Feature. ES61, 2009
Rico, Ralph William. (See Bulgarian bus bombing). ES81, 2012
Riddle, Howard. QC. ES72, 2011
Ridge, Tom. Department of Homeland Security. ES17, 2003
Ridge, Tom. Director of Department of Homeland Security. ES7, 2002
Ridley, Evonne. Assassination plot? ES14, 2002
RIEAS. Research Institute for European and American Studies. Greece. ES87, 2013
Riedel, Bruce. ES98, 2015
Rifkind, Malcolm. ES92, 2014
Rifkind, Sir Malcolm. Chair of UK Intelligence and Security Committee. (See Lockerbie). ES72, 2011
Rifkind, Sir Malcolm. Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee. ES75, 2011
Rifkind, Sir Malcolm. ES88, 2013
Rifkind, Sir Michael. ES86, 2013
Rifling. (See Bullet Forensics). ES40, 2006
Rigby, Lee. British soldier murdered in Woolwich, London, by al-Qaida supporters. ES85, 2013
Rigby, Lee. ES100, 2015
Rigby, Lee. Inquiry. Feature. ES94, 2014
Rigby, Lee. Killers of British soldier in London found guilty of murder. Feature. ES89, 2014
Rigby, Lee. Killers trial opens. ES88, 2013
Rigby, Lee. Memorial controversy. ES97, 2015
Rigby, Lee. Memorial plaque announced by Greenwich Council. ES99, 2015
Rigby, Stephen. ES81, 2012
Right Sector. See Ukraine Conflict. ES98, 2015
RIM. Research in Motion. (See Blackberry). ES75, 2011
Rimi, Zubayr al. ES20, 2003
Rimington, Dame Stella. (See MI5: The Spies Who Wrote Me). ES74, 2011
Rimington, Dame Stella. Controversial comments on 9/11. Feature. ES59, 2008
Rimington, Dame Stella. ES81, 2012
Rimington, Dame Stella. ES92, 2014
Rimington, Dame Stella. Former MI5 D-G warns of new AQ atrocity. ES51, 2007
Rimington, Dame Stella. Former MI5 D-G warns UK risks becoming a police state. Feature. ES61, 2009
Rimington, Dame Stella. Former MI5 Director-General given permission to publish 'Open Secret'. ES3, 2001
Rimington, Dame Stella. Former MI5 Director-General loses laptop computer. ES80, 2012
Rimington, Dame Stella. Former MI5 Director-General set to publish. ES2, 2001
Rimington, Dame Stella. Former MI5 Director-General writes memoirs. ES1, 2001
Rimington, Dame Stella. MI5 D-G. ES38, 2006
Rimington, Dame Stella. Review of Open Secret. ES4, 2001
Rimington, Dame Stella. See Female Spies. Trading Places. Feature. ES99, 2015
Rimington, Dame Stella. Wanted to change MI5. ES7, 2002
Rimmington, Stella. ES108, 2017
Ring Plan. See Propaganda. Radio Propaganda Past and Present. ES97, 2015
Riots. (Communication feature on participants of English rioters 2011). ES75, 2011
RIPA. Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act. ES56, 2008
RIRA. Operation to acquire weapons in Lithuania foiled by MI5. ES76, 2011
RIRA. Real IRA. ES86, 2013
RIRA. Real Irish Republican Army. Terror group active again. Feature. ES54, 2008
RIRA. Terror group kills British soldiers. ES62, 2009
Risen, James. ES110, 2017
Risen, James. Iran leaks investigation. ES95, 2015
Risen, James. Secret CIA programme targeting Iran's nuclear weapons exposed. Operation Merlin. Feature. ES97, 2015
Rishawi-al, Mubarak Atrous. ES37, 2005/6
Risoy. (See MV Gaul). ES21, 2003
RISS. Russian Institute for Strategic Studies. ES112, 2017
Ritchie, Keith. (See Trans-Atlantic Bomb Plot). ES56, 2008
Ritter, Major Nikolaus. See Vera Schalburg. ES94, 2014
Ritter, Scott. ES89, 2014
Ritter, Scott. Says Iraq has 'no WMD'. ES13, 2002
Ritter, Scott. Weapons inspector says Iraq is just 'phantom menace'. ES11, 2002
Ritz Hotel, Paris. (CCTV). See Death of Princess Diana. ES32, 2005
Ritz Hotel, Paris. ES70, 2010
River Hamble. ES100, 2015
Rivera, Geraldo. ES94, 2014
Riverbank Laboratories. Department of Codes and Ciphers. ES97, 2015
Riverdale Temple, New York. Terror target. ES63, 2009
Rivet Joint. RC-135. Reconnaissance aircraft. See RC-135. ES60, 2009
Rizhov, Sergei. ES75, 2011
Rizwan, Mohammed. ES76, 2011
Robarge, David. ES91, 2014
Robb, Charles. (See Niger uranium document hoax). ES40, 2006
Roberts, Chris. ES97, 2015
Roberts, Eric. See MI5. ES94, 2014
Roberts, Jerry. (See Code-Breaking). ES74, 2011
Roberts, Marc. ES90, 2014
Robertson, Geoffrey. ES89, 2014
Robertson, Nic. ES12, 2002
Robins, Oliver. ES90, 2014
Robinson, Daniel. A.k.a. Fazul Abdullah Mohammed. ES74, 2011
Robinson, Edward G. ES97, 2015
Robinson, Lori J. General. First female chief of NORAD. Trading Places. Feature. ES103, 2016
Robopike. (See Micro Espionage). ES31, 2005
Robot Fly. ES76, 2011
Robotic Production Technologies. ES43, 2006
Roche, Jack. (Paul George Holland). ES26, 2004
Rochefort, Joeseph J. ES40, 2006
Rockefeller Center, New York. (See BSC). ES52, 207
Rockefeller Center, New York. ES82, 2012
Rockefeller Center, New York. HQ of former MI6 organisation - British Security Coordination. ES67, 2010
Rockefeller Center, New York. See Propaganda. All media platforms. ES97, 2015
Rockefeller, Nelson A. ES51, 2007
RockeX encryption machine. ES88, 2013
Rockingham Cell. Feature. David Kelly and Iraq WMD. ES23, 2004
Rockingham Cell. MOD security and intel element searching for WMD. (See also Dr David Kelly). ES74, 2011.
Rockwell International. ES54, 2008
Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Colorado. ES81, 2012
Rodday, Nils. ES109, 2017
Rodin, Nikolai. Feature. A Bad Penny. (See MI6/KGB). ES58, 2008
Rodriguez, David. General. Nominated to head AFRICOM. ES83, 2013
Rodriguez, Jose. CIA National Clandestine Service. ES95, 2015
Rodriguez, Jose. ES53, 2008
Rogen, Seth. ES95, 2015
Rogers, Joshua. Sergeant US Rangers. ES109, 2017
Rogers, Michael. Admiral. ES90, 2014
Rogers, Michael. Admiral. New NSA Director appointed. Feature. ES91, 2014
Rogers, Michael. Admiral. NSA. ES100, 2015
Rogers, Michael. ES108, 2017
Rogers, Michael. NSA Director. ES107, 2017
Rogers, Mike. Chairman House Intelligence Committee. ES75, 2011
Rogers, Mike. Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. ES74, 2011
Rogers, Mike. ES82, 2012
Rogers, Mike. ES89, 2014
Rogers, Mike. ES97, 2015
Rogers, Mike. Remembering the Sinkov Mission. 75th Anniversary. NSA and GCHQ intelligence officials meet at Bletchley Park, Major Feature. ES102, 2016
Rogozin, Dimitry. ES64, 2009
Rogozin, Dmitry. Russia Deputy Prime Minister. ES80, 2012
Rohrabacher, Dana. ES78, 2012
Roldan, Luis. See Spain's Ghost. Feature. ES38, 2006
Rolling Stone magazine. (See Dzhokhar Tsarnaev). ES86, 2013
Rolls Royce. (Engine debris Flight 77). ES41, 2006
Romania. CIA Black Sites. ES41, 2006
Romania. Russian spies identified as NATO countries targeted. Intelligence Collection. Feature. ES113, 2018
Romano III, Joseph. Colonel. ES86, 2013
Romans. Communication network. See Communication and Espionage. Adventure in Time. Part 3. Major Feature. (TC) ES113, 2018
Rome CIA Field Station.
Romeo Agents. (Stasi female agent infiltration). ES45, 2006
Romilly, Edmond. ES11, 2002
Rommel, Erwin. Field Marshal. ES74, 2011
Rommel, Erwin. Field Marshal. ES88, 2013
Rommel, Erwin. Field Marshal. ES90, 2014
Rondeau, Jeffrey Stephen. (See Conrad Spy Ring). ES10, 2002
Rongi, Zhu. ES38, 2006
Room 39, Admiralty. ES62, 2009
Room 39. Naval Intelligence. ES51, 2007
Room 39. RGB North Korea. ES108, 2017
Room 40, Admiralty. Codebreakers. ES61, 2009
Room 40. (See Zimmermann Telegram). ES10, 2010
Room 40. Admiralty codebreakers. Feature. ES92, 2014
Room 40. Codebreakers. ES97, 2015
Room 40. See Tradecraft. Communication and Espionage. (TC) ES110, 2017
Room. Feature. Historic New York City Secret Intelligence Meeting Place Destroyed. ES42, 2006
Roosevelt, Franklin D. Depressed President gave Stalin Europe. Feature. ES8, 2002
Roosevelt, Franklin D. ES52, 2007
Roosevelt, Franklin D. ES78, 2012
Roosevelt, Franklin D. USA President. (See The Room). ES42, 2006
Roosevelt, Kermit. (See The Room). ES42, 2006
Roosevelt, Theodore 'Teddy'. USA President. 1895 revolver discovered. ES41, 2006
Roosevelt, Theodore 'Teddy'. USA President. ES54, 2008
ROS. Special Operations Group. Italy. ES100, 2015
Rosbaud, Paul. ES51, 2007
Rosbaud, Paul. MI6. German WWII atomic programme. The Spy Who Saved the World. Out of Time. Major Feature. ES113, 2018
Rose, Charlie. ES89, 2014
Roselli, Johny. Mafia. (See CIA Releases Family Jewels). ES50, 2007
Rosen, Nathan. ES82, 2012
Rosenberg, Ethel. ES54, 2008
Rosenberg, Ethel. ES57, 2008
Rosenberg, Ethel. See also David Greenglass. Death of a Spy. Feature. ES94, 2014
Rosenberg, Juliuis. See also David Greenglass. Death of a Spy. Feature. ES94, 2014
Rosenberg, Julius. ES42, 2006
Rosenberg, Julius. ES49, 2007
Rosenberg, Julius. ES54 2008
Rosenberg, Julius. ES57, 2008
Rosenberg, Julius. ES93, 2014
Rosenberg, Michael. ES106, 2016
Rosenberg, Robert. ES106, 2016
Rosenberg. Ethel and Julius. Sons Michael and Robert ask for mother to be pardoned. ES106, 2016
Rosenblum, Shlomo. A.k.a. Sidney Reilly. ES12, 2002
Rosengarten, Adolph G. (See Chanticleer). ES74, 2011
Rosenstein, Rod. ES110, 2017
Rosenstein, Rod. US Deputy Attorney General. ES113, 2018
Rosenthal, Robert. ES61, 2009
Rosetta Stone. Feature. ES68, 2010
Roshan, Mostafa Ahmadi. Assassinated. ES78, 2012
Roskomnadzor. Russia communications regulator. Telegram Messenger. Encryption app favoured by ISIS runs into trouble. Beyond Five Eyes. Feature. ES110, 2017
Rosneft. Erovinkin, Oleg. General KGB. Death of. Strange Days. Feature. ES107, 2016
Rosneft. ES108, 2017
Rosneft. Russia. ES107, 2017
Ross, Michael. ES73, 2011
Rossiya Segodnya. See Propaganda. ES99, 2015
Rossiya-1 Vestit. ES110, 2017
Rossow, Robert. (See Flight 77 Crash Demystified). ES41, 2006
Rostowski, Jacek. Finance Minister, Poland. See also Wprost. ES101, 2016
Rosyth Royal Navy Base. Photo essay. ES14, 2002
Rosyth Royal Navy Base. Royal Navy. See Robert Patrick Hoffman. 30-year prison term for would be spy. Feature. ES90, 2014
Rothschild, Victor. ES57, 2008
Rothschild, Victor. ES64, 2009
Rothstein, Andrew. ES58, 2008
Rotor. Air Early Warning. ES63, 2009
Roughead, Gary. Admiral. Chief of Naval Operations. ES73, 2011
Roughead, Gary. Admiral. ES60, 2009
Roughead, Gary. Admiral. ES94, 2014
Rouhani, Hassan. ES88, 2013
Rouhani, Hassan. ES89, 2014
Rouhani, Hassan. Iran President. Discusses ISIS problem with UK premier David Cameron. ES93, 2014
Rouhani, Hassan. Iran President. ES20, 2003
Rouillan, Marc Jean. ES1, 2001
Rouleau, Martin. A.k.a. Ahmed LeConerti. ES94, 2014
Rouse, Dr Andrew. (See David Kelly). ES66, 2010
Roussopoulos, Theodore. (See Greek phone tap mystery). ES40, 2006
Rove, Karl. (See Valerie Plame). ES41, 2006
Rowe, Andrew. Feature. Codemaking for Al-Qaida. ES36, 2005
Rowland, Tiny. ES50, 2007
Rowley, Coleen. FBI. ES10, 2002
Rowley, Mark. New Scotland Yard. ES94, 2014
Rowley, Mark. NSY Assistant Commissioner. ES108, 2017
Roy, Avijit. ES104, 2016
Royal Academy of Sciences, France. (See Barbier, Captain Charles). ES83, 2013
Royal Aero Club. ES99, 2015
Royal Armouries, Fort Nelson, Portsmouth. ES81, 2012
Royal Artillery Barracks, Woolwich, London. ES85, 2013
Royal Australian Air Force. RAAF. Operations against ISIS. ES93, 2014
Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall, London. ES100, 2015
Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Gerbil bomb-sniffing project. (See Animals and Espionage). ES72, 2011
Royal Dutch Air Force. Former pilot guilty of espionage. Feature. ES77, 2012
Royal Engineers. (See Berlin Spy Tunnel). ES18, 2003
Royal Engineers. (See IEDs). ES36, 2005
Royal Family. Addresses acquired of Royal Household. (See Operation Praline). ES58, 2008
Royal Family. Information leaks in Australia. Feature. Royal Family and the Tampa Fiasco. ES13, 2002
Royal Family. Newspaper phone tapping case. Feature. ES66, 2010
Royal Historical Society. ES113, 2018
Royal Institution for Blind Youth, Paris. (See Louise Braille). ES83, 2013
Royal Intercepts. See Bugs and the Culture of Interception. Historical overview. Part 4. The Royal Intercepts. (TC) ES90, 2014
Royal Irish Rangers. ES41, 2006
Royal Lao Army. ES112, 2017
Royal London Hospital. (See Litvinenko). ES49, 2007
Royal Mail. 007 Stamps. Feature. ES52, 2007
Royal Marines. Captured RM security detail by Iran. (See MOIS. Feature. The Illusionist Hand of Iran's VEVAK. Inside VEVAK. Propaganda and creative elements). ES84, 2013
Royal Military College, Kinston, Ontario, Canada. ES78, 2012
Royal Navy Marines. ES108, 2017
Royal Navy Submarine Museum. See Submarine. Contact: Submarines and Espionage. Feature. An indepth look at the use of submarines in intelligence. ES94, 2014
Royal Navy. Feature. Recruitment files listing 600,000 persons stolen. ES57, 2008
Royal Navy. Pirates detained off Somalian coastline. Feature. ES76, 2011
Royal Navy. RFA Fort Victoria. ES84, 2013
Royal Navy. Vice Admiral Sir Philip Jones - new First Sea Lord. ES101, 2016
Royal Palace, Brussels. ES99, 2015
Royal Plaza, Montreux. See Cyber. Cyber eavesdropping at Iran nuclear talks. ES98, 2015
Royal Shrewsbury Hospital. ES50, 2007
Royal Tank Regiment. ES9, 2002
Royal Vauxhall Tavern, London. (See Gareth Williams). ES72, 2011
Royal Vauxhall Tavern, London. ES93, 2014
Royal Wootton Bassett. Targeted by al-Qaida. ES85, 2013
Royal Wootton Bassett. Targeted by terror cell. (See also London Olympic Games 2012. Pre-Games terrorist operations as UK suspects arrested). ES81, 2012
Royal Wootton Bassett. Three AQ plotters plead guilty to terror charges. ES84, 2014
Royce, Ed. ES97, 2015
Rozycki, Jerzy. (See Enigma). ES55, 2008
Rozycki, Jerzy. (See Enigma. Feature. Forgotten Heroes?). ES82, 2012
Rozycki, Jerzy. ES92, 2014
Rozycki, Jerzy. ESPIM 4, 2001
RPG. Rocket Propelled Grenade. ES42, 2006
RQ-170. Sentinel UAV. ES80 2012
RQ-170. Sentinel UAV. ES84, 2013
RRC. Rigid Raiding Craft. ES45, 2006
RRF. Rapid Reaction Force (Europe). ES1, 2001
RSA. Redstone Arsenal. (See US Army Missile Command). ES83, 2013
RSO. Regional Security Officer. ES90, 2014
RSP. Render Safe Procedures. (See Counter-Terrorism. The World of Counter-Terrorism and Intelligence. Part 7 - Spy Tradecraft). ES83, 2013
RSS. Radio Security Service. ES60, 2009
RT. Russia Today television company. (See Katia Zatuliveter). ES72, 2011
RT. Russia Today. ES90, 2014
RT. Russia Today. UK Prime Minister accuses Russia of weaponising information. The Russian Threat. Major Feature. ES113, 2018
RT. Russia. Broadcasts on Litvinenko case. ES47, 2007
RTI. Real Time Imaging. (See raid on OBLs compound). ES73, 2011
RTR. Russian television company. ES67, 2010
RTTY. Radio Teletype. ES58, 2008
Rubaish, Ibrahim Sulayman al-. US UAV missile strike eliminates plot mastermind. ES97, 2015
Rubik Cube. See Tradecraft - Silent Spies and Communication. Feature. ES87, 2013
Rubinstein, Elyakim. ES81, 2012
RUC. Royal Ulster Constabulary. ES2, 2001
RUC. Royal Ulster Constabulary. ES41, 2006
RUC. Royal Ulster Constabulary. ES83, 2013
RUC. Royal Ulster Constabulary. Officers protected paramilitary forces. ES46, 2007
RUC. Royal Ulster Constabulary. Surveillance. Feature. ES94, 2014
Rudd, Amber. UK Home Secretary. ES109, 2017
Rudd, Amber. UK Home Secretary. ES110, 2017
Ruddock, Joan. ES65, 2009
Rudskoy, Sergei. Colonel General. Russian Army. ES111, 2017
Rudskoy, Sergei. Lt. General. Head of Main Operational Directorate of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces. ES100, 2015
Rue Berge, Schaerbeek, Brussels. See Paris November 2015 Terrorist Attack. ES101, 2016
Rue de Charonne, Paris. See Paris November Terrorist Attack. ES100, 2015
Ruiz, Jose Luis. ES1, 2001
Ruiz, Jose Luiz. ES81, 2012
Rulewski, Jan. ES82, 2012
Rumaysah, Abu . A.k.a. Dhar, Siddhartha. New ISIS propaganda chief takes to stage. Feature. ES101, 2016
Rumpuy, Herman Van. ES86, 2013
Rumrich, Guenther. ES53, 2008
Rumsfeld, Donald, appointed US Secretary of Defense. ES1, 2001
Rumsfeld, Donald. ES32, 2005
Rumsfeld, Donald. ES39, 2006
Rumsfeld, Donald. ES62, 2009
Rumsfeld, Donald. Letter to keep Jonathan Pollard in jail. ES55, 2008
Rumsfeld, Donald. US Secretary of Defense. ES100, 2015
Rumsfeld, Donald. US Secretary of Defense. ES13, 2002
Rund, Eitan. See Israel. Terrorist uses truck to kill four IDF troopers in Jerusalem. Feature. ES107, 2017
Rundquist, Vicki Lynn. ES62, 2009
Rupert, David Gary. ES2, 2001
Rupert, David Gary. MI5 agent infiltrates RIRA. Feature. ES10, 2002
Rupert, David Gary. MI5-FBI infiltration agent. Feature - The Running Man. ES20, 2003
Ruppersberger, Dutch. (See CIA Directorate of Operations). ES30 2004/5
Ruqal, Abdul Hamed al. ES88, 2013
Rural Surveillance. Communications. (See Spy Tradecraft). ES60, 2009
RusAir Flight 9605. Aircrash. Feature. Iran's Aircraft Crash Mysteries. ES75, 2011
Rusbridger, Alan. Editor of The Guardian newspaper. ES91, 2014
Rusbridger, Alan. ES106, 2016
Rusbridger, Alan. ES87, 2013
Rusbridger, Alan. ES88, 2013
Rushdie, Ahmed Salman. ES50, 2007
Rushdie, Salman. ES103, 2016
Rusi, Alpo and Jukka. (See SUPO). ES18, 2003
RUSI. Lecture. Sir Stuart Peach. Air Marshal. UK. ES107, 2017
RUSI. Royal United Services Institute. Chatham House, London. International research centre. ES2, 2001
RUSI. Royal United Services Institute. ES77, 2012
RUSI. Royal United Services Institute. Warnings issued over new invasion of Falklands by Argentina. ES79, 2012
RUSI. Royal United Services Institution. MI5 D-G AQ speech. ES19, 2003
Russell Square. 7/7 attack. ES34, 2005
Russell, Keri. See Spy Films. ES93, 2014
Russia Air Force. Black Sea. US and Russian air forces - contact. ES101, 2016
Russia. 58th Army. (See invasion of Georgia). Medvedev, Dmitry. ES57, 2008
Russia. Air Force operations, Hmeimin AFB, Latakia. ES106, 2016
Russia. Alex Younger MI6 Chief on Russian aggression and other international situations including activities in Syria and cyber warfare. ES107, 2017
Russia. Alleged support of coup in Montenegro. ES106, 2016
Russia. Army recruitment film. ES94, 2014
Russia. Attacks in country blamed on internal rogue elements. See Yuri Felshtinsky - Death of a Spy. Interview. Part 1. ES90, 2014
Russia. British Council offices closed in St Petersburg and Yakaterinburg. ES55, 2008
Russia. Concerns over US SDI project. ES41, 2006
Russia. Cuba technology agreement. ES112, 2017
Russia. Cuba. Diplomatic reprisals, covert spy games and intelligence-sponsored media front companies. False Flag: Return to a Cold War Climate. Major Feature. ES112, 2017
Russia. Death of Igor Erovinkin. General KGB. Rosneft. Strange Days. Feature. ES107, 2016
Russia. Delta Class Soviet submarine. ES81, 2012
Russia. Electronic Warfare Day. ES110, 2017
Russia. Embassy ratio of intelligence officers to diplomats. Diplomatic Cover. Feature. ES107, 2017
Russia. Espionage activities in UK increase. ES48, 2007
Russia. Espionage. Feature. New Russian Spy Ring. ES30 2004/5
Russia. Examines possibility of a super intelligence agency. Feature. Red September for FSR. ES55, 2008
Russia. Expels Swedish diplomats. ES15, 2003
Russia. Fake News. Anatomy of a fake news story. I'’s the End of the World. Feature. ES110, 2017
Russia. Farmer accused of spying on his cow. The Lighter Side. Feature. ES113, 2018
Russia. Feature. Russia-Georgian Spy Wars. (Tensions increase over spy case). ES44, 2006
Russia. Former naval officer jailed for espionage. Baltic Sea Espionage. Feature. ES103, 2016
Russia. Four 'diplomats' expelled from UK. ES50, 2007
Russia. FSB operations target ISIS cells in various neighbouring countries. The Russia Card. Feature. ES107, 2017
Russia. Germany's BfV intelligence service blames Russia for cyber attacks. Cyber Games. Feature ES103, 2016
Russia. GRU Director sacked. Feature. ES62, 2009
Russia. Hotel National, Moscow. See also Tradecraft. Entrapment and Compromise. ES108, 2017
Russia. Intelligence Analysis. Horizon Threats 2016. Analysts focus on future threats and war theatres. Major Feature. ES101, 2016
Russia. Interception of mystery cargo ship. (Arctic Sea). ES64, 2009
Russia. Investigative Committee. ES112, 2017
Russia. ISIS threat to 2018 World Cup tournament. ES112, 2017
Russia. Joint exercise with China. ES106, 2016
Russia. Karlov, Andrey. Russian Ambassador to Turkey assassinated. The Inside Man. Major Feature. ES107, 2017
Russia. Katyn Wood Massacre. See also Fake News. Feature. ES110, 2017
Russia. Khibiny L-175V. Electronic countermeasures. ES110, 2017
Russia. Knight Aerobatic Team. ES60, 2009
Russia. Kremlin ponders new KGB-type organisation - MGB - Ministry of State Security. ES105, 2016
Russia. Kremlin response to 70th anniversary of the CIA. ES112, 2017
Russia. Lech Walesa on alleged KGB links. To spy or Not to Spy? Feature. ES101, 2016
Russia. Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17. Conclusion of investigators. MH17 Investigation. Feature. ES105, 2016
Russia. Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17. Evidence secured - suspects to be tried. The Downing of MH17. Feature. ES110, 2017
Russia. Ministry of Internal Affairs. ES109, 2017
Russia. Moscow demands return of diplomatic buildings seized in USA. ES110, 2017
Russia. Moscow invokes treaty allowing surveillance flight over Canada. Feature. ES80, 2012
Russia. New Moscow exhibition opens on former MI6 officer and KGB spy Kim Philby. Philby Rebranded. Major Feature. ES112, 2017
Russia. Plan to match NATO weapons. Feature. The New Arms Race. ES54, 2008
Russia. Polish security services detain suspected Russian spy. Nervous Warsaw. Feature. ES103, 2016
Russia. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev warns of conflict between Russia and the West. Cold to Hot. Feature. ES103, 2016
Russia. Pro-Russian plotters plan to assassinate Montenegro President Milo Djukanovic. The Bench Park Plotters. Major Feature. ES111, 2017
Russia. Russia and NATO countries seek platform for intelligence sharing and lessening of tensions. Intel Detente? Feature. ES108, 2017
Russia. Russia expels US diplomats alleged CIA links in tit-for-action as several Russians expelled from America The Grey War. Major Feature. ES104, 2016
Russia. Russia inventing British spy operations for media exploitation. Diplomatic Spy Games. Feature. ES102, 2016
Russia. Russia Rising. A New Cold War Forming. Feature. See also Ukraine Conflict. ES90, 2014
Russia. Russian Air Force shoots down unmanned Georgian spyplane. Feature. ES56, 2008
Russia. Russian Air Forces resumes Cold War spy flights. Feature. ES51, 2007
Russia. Russian Air, Land and Sea forces attack ISIS positions. ES99, 2015
Russia. Russian court denies access to secret files pertaining to fate of Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg in 1945. The KGB Vault. Feature. ES112, 2017
Russia. Russian cyber proxies target NATO forces. Major Feature. Interception. ES112, 2017
Russia. Sennaaya Ploschchad Station, St. Petersburg. 2017 ISIS Metro Bombing. Terrorist attack. Masks and Mirrors. Major Feature. ES109, 2017
Russia. Signals. Signal captures imagination of intelligence world. All is Well: Russia's Handel. ES111, 2017
Russia. Smolensk. 2010 Polish Government air crash - cause questioned. ES80, 2012
Russia. Spy overflights in West begin again. ES2, 2001
Russia. Spy ring in Georgia. ES44, 2006
Russia. Spy Ripples from the Cold War. Feature. RAF and NATO aircraft engage Russian warplanes and ships as Moscow increases military operations around the world. ES94, 2014
Russia. St. Petersburg ISIS New Year's Eve plot foiled by FSB. ES113, 2018
Russia. Tensions rise between Russia and West as NATO installs a variety of countermeasures. AEGIS Ashore. Feature. ES103, 2016
Russia. Terrorist attacks against transport hubs. Feature. ES109, 2017
Russia. Thousands of old KGB files dumped in Moscow street. Open Source Mystery. Feature. ES102, 2016
Russia. Trump Dossier, The. Moscow: A Warning from Historical. Historical retributions. Feature. ES107, 2017
Russia. Trump, Donald. President. USA. The Skeleton Brief. The Trump Dossier. Alleged links to Russia and plethora of controversial incidents, conversations and activities produced by former MI6 officer Christopher Steel. Major Feature. ES107, 2017
Russia. Turkish Air Force shoots down Russian Air Force Su-24. ES104, 2016
Russia. UK Prime Minister accuses Russia of weaponising information. The Russian Threat. Major Feature. ES113, 2018
Russia. Ukraine's SBU arrest suspected SVR spy working for government. Moscow's Inside Man. Feature. ES113, 2018
Russia. Underworld arms trading. Feature. ES47, 2007
Russia. United States expel numerous 'diplomats' in spy case. ES1, 2001
Russia. US 2016 General Election. Russian interference, agents, money and Moscow. Threads. Feature. ES112, 2017
Russia. US expels 35 Russian diplomats and spies from country. Response to major cyber attacks and hacking of US computer networks during Presidential election campaign. The Sting: Persona Non Grata. Major Feature. ES107, 2017
Russia. US orders Russia to close its San Francisco consulate. Echoes of the Cold War. Feature. ES111, 2017
Russia. Warning of US Defence Shield. (See also SDI). ES57, 2008
Russian agent training. ES21, 2003
Russian Air Force. Reconnaissance flights. See Cold War. Spy Ripples from the Cold War. Feature. ES94, 2014
Russian Air Force. Turkey shoots down Sukhoi SU-24 amid claims it strayed into Turkish airspace. Claim and Counter-Claim. Feature. ES100, 2015
Russian airliners blown up by Chechen-AQ terrorists. (See Volga-Aviaexpress and Siber Airlines. Feature. ES28, 2004
Russian Black Sea Fleet. ES90, 2013
Russian diplomatic vehicles registration plate numbers. Feature. ES33, 2005
Russian Embassy building, London. See London Cage. WWII intelligence centre used to interrogate and record captured senior German military personnel. Life Inside the London Cage Revealed. Major Feature. ES111, 2017
Russian Embassy, Berlin. ES88, 2013
Russian Embassy, Berlin. ES9, 2002
Russian Embassy, Berlin. ES92, 2014
Russian Embassy, Kiev. Attack on. Feature. ES92, 2014
Russian Embassy, London. Ambassador to Britain Alexander Yakovenko summoned following shooting down of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17. ES92, 2014
Russian Embassy, London. Protests. ES106, 2016
Russian Embassy, London. Response to US expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats and spies from country. Major cyber attacks and hacking of US computer networks during Presidential election campaign. The Sting: Persona Non Grata. Major Feature. ES107, 2017
Russian Embassy, UK. On Trump Dossier. See Trump, Donald. ES107, 2017
Russian Embassy, Washington. Response to US expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats and spies from country. Major cyber attacks and hacking of US computer networks during Presidential election campaign. The Sting: Persona Non Grata. Major Feature. ES107, 2017
Russian Intelligence Scene. ES10, 2002
Russian Intelligence Scene. ES11, 2002
Russian Intelligence. Profile of new services. ES8, 2002
Russian International Trade Annex, Washington DC. ES112, 2017
Russian language analyst. See Intelligence Recruitment. ES100, 2015
Russian List. ES110, 2017
Russian List. See Assassination List. ES94, 2014
Russian Navy intelligence collection ship - Priazovye. ES87, 2013
Russian Navy Northern Fleet. Russia warning over ship intercepts by NATO countries. Feature. ES80, 2012
Russian Orthodox Church. ES96, 2015
Russian passenger plane hijackings. ES55, 2008
Russian Soft Power. See Propaganda. ES99, 2015
Russian Special Operations Unites. Insight. ES11, 2002
Russian. Vladimir Kara-Murza. Poisoned. Feature. ES108, 2017
Russian-NATO Council. Russia and NATO seek platform for intelligence sharing and lessening of tensions. Intel Detente? Feature. ES108, 2017
Russkin, Vladimir. (See Belarusian Polish Spy Ring ). ES51, 2007
Rutherford, Ernest. ES113, 2018
Rutland Frederick. RAF hero was Japanese spy. ES1, 2001
Rutledge, Edward. (See Origins of US Intelligence). ES58, 2008
Rutte, Mark. ES88, 2013
Rutte, Mark. ES92, 2014
Rutte, Mark. Netherlands Prime Minister. ES98, 2015
Ruvin, Oleksandr. Assassination attempt. ES100, 2015
Ryabkov, Sergei. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister. ES104, 2016
Ryabkov, Sergie. ES85, 2013
Ryabtsev, Aleksandr. Sergeant. (See Major Arthur D. Nicholson). ES74, 2011
Ryaguzov, Pavel. ES57, 2008
Rycroft, Matthew. British Ambassador to United Nations. ES105, 2016
Ryder House, London. ES99, 2015
Rytter, Stanley. ES89, 2014
Ryzhkov, Vladimir. See For Russia without Lawlessness and Corruption. ES96, 2015
Rzegocki, Arkady. Polish Ambassador to Britain. ES107, 2017