U.S. intelligence chief says Russian spies at “Cold War levels”

The United States national counterintelligence chief said the number of Russian agents operating in the country had reached “Cold War levels,” but added that this was normal and would not affect bilateral relations. Joel Brenner said in a radio interview, “They are sending over an increasing and troubling number of intelligence officers into the United States,” adding that Russia, China, Iran, Cuba were the most persistent and aggressive intelligence threats to the U.S. Full Story

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