Kremlin's Candidate Themes & Motifs

Jason Matthews
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Troubles in the CIA

Troubles in the CIA, both American and Russian made, make it more difficult to keep Dominika’s identity a secret as she works as a double agent. Dominika recognizes the troubles the American agency is facing when a nuclear scientist comes to her wanting to share information instead of going to the Americans. He is aware of the troubles in the CIA and is afraid he will be killed if he works with them. The CIA is dealing with trouble not only within its own department and country, but also with the Russians as they jockey to get in control of that valuable asset.

The CIA has made a bad name for itself because of the amount of information that is allowed to leak out, leaks that keep sources from wanting to share information with the CIA as well as putting the CIA...

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