Skip to content
You are not logged in |Login  
     
Limit search to available items
Record:   Prev Next
Resources
More Information
book
BookPrinted Material
Author Harding, Luke, 1968-

Title Mafia state : how one reporter became an enemy of the brutal new Russia / Luke Harding.

Imprint London : Guardian, 2011.

Item Status

Location Call No. Status OPAC Message Public Note Gift Note
 Moore Stacks  UB271.R9 H372 2011    Available  ---
Description ix, 310 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm.
Note Includes index.
Summary In February 2011, in scenes that evoked the chilliest moments of the Cold War, journalist Luke Harding was expelled from Moscow. His offence? To have reported on aspects of contemporary Russia that the authorities would have preferred to remain hidden from view. Moscow Ghosts is a clear-eyed and unflinching chronicle of Luke's often terrifying experiences in Russia in the months leading up to his expulsion. It describes his encounters with Russia's sinister FSB security service, the leather-jacketed agents who tailed him, and his summons to Lefortovo, formerly the KGB's notorious Moscow prison. It also details the secret psychological war the FSB waged against the journalist and his family.This is a frank and deeply disturbing portrait of contemporary Russia, written by someone who knows what it is like to be on the wrong side of those in power.
Subject Harding, Luke, 1968-
Espionage -- Russia (Federation) -- History -- 21st century.
Electronic surveillance -- Russia (Federation) -- History -- 21st century.
Journalists -- Great Britain.
Russia (Federation) -- History -- 21st century.
Russia (Federation) -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
Russia (Federation) -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
ISBN 9780852652473 (hbk.)
085265247X (hbk.)
9780852652480 (pbk)
0852652488 (pbk)