Christian Ferry, who worked on the campaigns of Lindsey Graham and John McCain, is now working with a pro-Russia party in the Baltic country of Latvia.
New disclosures from Estonia’s security services mean that 10 Russian spies have been caught and convicted there in the last two and a half years.
Artem Zinchenko, a convicted spy for Russia living in Estonia, was traded in a prisoner exchange on Saturday. He's a prime example of the way Moscow’s spymasters choose who to recruit.
After racking up billions of downloads with his hit game, Peter Vesterbacka — the father of Angry Birds — wants to build the world’s longest undersea tunnel.
Talking about cyberweapons that can be used to go on the attack was once taboo in Europe. But as Russia flexes its muscles online, more countries are becoming willing to talk about just what they can do.
Five arrests. Two years. The ultimate crime: spying for Russia. An exclusive investigation by BuzzFeed News and Re:Baltica reveals a new tactic in Russia’s spy wars.