Russian influence operations in Canada
Russian influence operations in Canada are clandestine operations conducted by Russian government and government-affiliated entities against Canada.
According to Christopher Andrew's and Vasili Mi...
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Robert Dziekański Taser incident
Robert Dziekański, [ˈrɔbɛrt dʑeˈkaɲski] (April 15, 1967 – October 14, 2007) was a Polish immigrant to Canada who was killed on October 14, 2007 during an arrest at the Vancouver Airport...
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Seat 12
Seat 12 also known as Operation Seat 12 was a disinformation campaign of communist propaganda during the Cold War to discredit the moral authority of the Vatican because of its outspoken anti-communis...
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Operation INFEKTION
Operation INFEKTION was a KGB disinformation campaign to spread information that the United States invented HIV/AIDS as part of a biological weapons research project at Fort Detrick, Maryland. The Sov...
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RYAN
Operation RYAN (or RYaN) was a cold war military intelligence program run by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics during the early 1980s when they believed the United States was planning for an imm...
Lucy spy ring
In World War II espionage, the Lucy spy ring was an anti-Nazi operation that was headquartered in Switzerland. It was run by Rudolf Roessler, a German refugee and ostensibly the proprietor of a small ...
US Army Field Manual 30-31B
The US Army Field Manual 30-31B is Cold War-era hoax conducted by the Soviet intelligence services.It is an alleged classified appendix to a US Army Field Manual that describes top-secret counter insu...
Soviet penetration of the RCMP Security Service
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police has a history dating back to 1873 and has been involved in several high-profile controversies during that time, particularly in the 1970s.
Until 1920, the RCMP's ...
Russian influence operations in Austria
Austria–Russia relations (Russian: Российско-австрийские отношения or Австрийско-российские отношения, German: Österreichisch-russische Beziehungen) refers to the political, economic and soci...
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Operation Toucan (KGB)
Operation TOUCAN was a conspiracy theory which alleged that KGB/DGI public relations and disinformation campaign directed at the military dictatorship of Chile led by Augusto Pinochet, first published...
Operation Neptune (espionage)
Operation Neptune was a 1964 disinformation operation by the Czechoslovak secret service, the StB, involving Nazi-era documents.In 1964, the StB publicly claimed to have discovered Nazi-era intelligen...
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Operation Proba (KGB)
Commander Anthony Tosswill Courtney, OBE, RN (16 May 1908 – 24 January 1988) was a British Royal Navy officer and politician. While a Member of Parliament, he was a victim of a plot apparently i...
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Trust Operation
Operation Trust (операция "Трест") was a counterintelligence operation of the State Political Directorate (GPU) of the Soviet Union. The operation, which ran from 1921 to 1926, set up a fake anti-Bol...
Robert Dziekanski Taser incident
Robert Dziekański, [ˈrɔbɛrt dʑeˈkaɲski] (April 15, 1967 – October 14, 2007) was a Polish immigrant to Canada who was killed on October 14, 2007 during an arrest at the Vancouver Airport...
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Operation Scherhorn
Operation Scherhorn (in English sources) or Operation Berezino (original Soviet codename), Operation Beresino (in East German sources) was a secret deception operation performed by the NKVD against th...
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Ian Bush
Ian Bush (July 23, 1983–October 29, 2005), was a Canadian who was killed while in police custody. Significant ongoing controversy has been generated by the case. Ian Bush was a young man living ...
Who's Who in the CIA
Who's Who in CIA is a book written by the East German journalist Julius Mader (AKA Thomas Bergner) and published in East Berlin in 1968, under Stasi auspices and probably with KGB assistance. Mader wa...
Thing (listening device)
The Thing, also known as the Great Seal bug, was one of the first covert listening devices (or "bugs") to use passive techniques to transmit an audio signal. Because it was passive, being energized an...
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