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London Diplomatic List

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London Diplomatic List

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Published by Stationery Office .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dictionaries of biography (Who"s Who),
  • Diplomacy,
  • London, Greater London,
  • Reference,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics/International Relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10042251M
    ISBN 100115917802
    ISBN 109780115917806
    OCLC/WorldCa655152563

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    The transition from suzerainty-driven to sovereignty-fixated empire-building changed the face of Lankan and Iberian politics forever, and is of relevance to global historians at large. The 'Orlov' story as it London Diplomatic List book been accepted until now was largely the invention of the KGB - and one perpetuated long after the end of the Cold War. It explores nine decades of connections, cross-cultural diplomacy, and dialogue, to answer one troubling question: why, in the end, did one side decide to conquer the other? In this meticulous new biography, Boris Volodarsky, himself a former Soviet intelligence officer, now tells the true story behind 'Orlov' for the first time. Download eBook Dis connected Empires takes the reader on a global journey to explore the triangle formed during the sixteenth century between the Portuguese empire, the empire of Kotte in Sri Lanka, and the Catholic Monarchy of the Spanish Habsburgs. But there is a twist in the Orlov story beyond the dreams of even the most ingenious spy novelist: 'General Alexander Orlov' never actually existed.

    The 'Orlov' story as it has been accepted until now was largely the invention of the KGB - and one perpetuated long after the end of the Cold War. The transition from suzerainty-driven to sovereignty-fixated empire-building changed London Diplomatic List book face of Lankan and Iberian politics forever, and is of relevance to global historians at large. And while he was a loyal servant of Stalin and the controller of Philby, he was never a General in the KGB, never truly defected to the West after his 'flight' from the USSR, and remained a loyal Soviet agent until his death. It explores nine decades of connections, cross-cultural diplomacy, and dialogue, to answer one troubling question: why, in the end, did one side decide to conquer the other?


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