Cold War

In the 1940s, the Soviet Union launched an all-out espionage effort to uncover military and defense secrets from the US and Britain (Klaus Fuchs, left, and David Greenglass, right).

Spies Who Spilled Atomic Bomb Secrets

As part of the Soviet Union's spy ring, these Americans and Britons leveraged their access to military secrets to help Russia become a nuclear power


My Cold War Hang-Up

How I learned to stop worrying and make peace with my nuclear phone

By 2005, the second of two U.S.-backed pipelines spanning Georgia, a cash-strapped nation of 5 million about the size of South Carolina, will have opened world energy markets to Caspian Sea oil, said to be the world's largest untapped fossil fuel resource.

Georgia at a Crossroads

From our archives: How the republic’s troubled history set the stage for future discord and a possible new Cold War


Run Silent, Run Deep

In the Cold War's undersea cat and mouse game, the prize went to the submarine that could

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