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Opinion Editorial
November 3, 2016

MI5 ‘failure’ to spot the resurgence of Russia

by
Henry Jackson Society
and
Dr. Andrew Foxall

Originally posted by The Times.

Sir, MI5 is indeed scrambling to catch up with the threat from Russia. But blame for our woeful lack of preparedness lies not with the men and women who work at Thames House but with their political masters (“MI5 has been caught on the back foot once again”, Thunderer, Nov 2). Anyone who finds today’s new cold war a surprise simply hasn’t been paying attention.

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Dr. Andrew Foxall

About Dr. Andrew Foxall

Dr. Andrew Foxall is Director of the Russia Studies Centre at The Henry Jackson Society. He is responsible for overseeing research and advocacy relating to the study of contemporary politics and the promotion of human rights and political liberty in the Russian Federation.

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