The 2018 poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal with a Soviet-era nerve agent in the sleepy English town of Salisbury caused widespread condemnation and outrage. But according to Russia expert Andrew Foxall, such high-profile assassinations are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the Kremlin’s subversive activities in the United Kingdom. In this eye-opening report, Foxall details how Russian spies have infiltrated British society to promote Russian interests, gather intelligence and silence critics. The report serves as a chilling reminder that, for Russia, the cold war with the West is far from over.
About the Author
Andrew Foxall is the director of the Russia and Eurasia Studies Centre at the Henry Jackson Society. He is the author of Ethnic Relations in Post-Soviet Russia.