Exactly about Known KGB Spies: Where Will They Be Now?


The life that is strange-but-true of seven Soviet spooks.

Ever since the 1950s, once the globe got wind regarding the three letters that endured when it comes to Soviet Union’s intelligence agency, KGB spies — due to their (genuine or imagined) bug-planting lifestyles and sexy accomplices — have provided endless product for thrilling novels, films, and comic publications. The fascination continues nonetheless: last year, the U.S. tv community FX announced the pilot of the series that is new KGB spies surviving in Washington, D.C., when you look at the 1980s.

When you look at the latest issue of Foreign Policy, retired CIA officer Milton Bearden recalls their Soviet counterpart Leonid Shebarshin, whom passed away in a obvious committing suicide in March 2012.

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