America believes that Russia has been providing funds to European anti-establishment parties in an effort to destablise Nato
This account of the tumultuous events of 1956 is vivid and fast-moving, but the bigger picture is absent
Red Storm Rising seems to have influenced his thinking at a crucial juncture in the Cold War
The document was prepared in the summer of 1956 and made available this week
Spielberg’s craftsmanship is breathtaking - we are in a world of subterfuge and darkness
The bomber will be undertaking two final flights on October 10 and 11
They’ve been over here for 70 years, but the ‘opaque’ presence of our US allies worries many critics
James Hall had been forgotten after serving 25 years in prison – until the very different case of the NSA whistleblower brought the intelligence community back into the headlines
China has said it is 'firmly opposed' to Japanese five-year defence plan
Addressed to the South’s presidential office, the threat was made after effigies of Kim Jong-un were burnt in Seoul
Reason for FV Gaul's demise remains subject of speculation although official 2004 inquiry ruled out conspiracy theories
Britain’s survival rates for nine of the ten most common forms of cancer lag behind the European averages, a major study has shown.
History has shown life isn't kind to US intelligence insiders gone rogue
Military chief welcomes news as confirmation that UK still has ‘leading role to play’ in alliance
Man captured by North Korea in 1972 has returned home after 41 years
Lewis Morley was a photographer closer than most to London's swinging Sixties, capturing the flamboyant spirit of the times as he chronicled the new idols of British society, and he will always be internationally remembered for his defining image of Christine Keeler sitting naked astride a copy of an Arne Jacobsen chair. It became one of the most recognised and emulated images in photographic history.