The CIA Battled the Kremlin With Books and Movies

This article was originally published by War is Boring on 2 May, 2015. During the Cold War, Moscow’s Ministry of Culture was a master of censorship. The Kremlin’s cultural bulwark screened non-Russian films, suppressed literature and shaped the lives of Soviet artists. The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency also dabbled in the dark arts of cultural … Continue reading The CIA Battled the Kremlin With Books and Movies