Photo courtesy of World Affairs Council of Dallas-Fort Worth

Vice President Pence recently remarked, “The Russian Bear never dies, it just hibernates.”  Learn the story of how the U.S. used these rules and other tactics to win the Cold War at World Affairs Council of Dallas-Fort Worth's program “The Moscow Rules: The Secret CIA Tactics that Helped America Win the Cold War.”

Jonna Mendez worked in the CIA's Office of Technical Service for 27 years, retiring as chief of disguise. Mendez also co-wrote Spy Dust and Argo with her late husband Antonio J. Mendez, who was also an undercover CIA officer for 25 years. She is a founding board member of the International Spy Museum and is currently a fine arts photographer, author, lecturer, and consultant on intelligence matters.

Vice President Pence recently remarked, “The Russian Bear never dies, it just hibernates.” Learn the story of how the U.S. used these rules and other tactics to win the Cold War at World Affairs Council of Dallas-Fort Worth's program “The Moscow Rules: The Secret CIA Tactics that Helped America Win the Cold War.”

Jonna Mendez worked in the CIA's Office of Technical Service for 27 years, retiring as chief of disguise. Mendez also co-wrote Spy Dust and Argo with her late husband Antonio J. Mendez, who was also an undercover CIA officer for 25 years. She is a founding board member of the International Spy Museum and is currently a fine arts photographer, author, lecturer, and consultant on intelligence matters.

Vice President Pence recently remarked, “The Russian Bear never dies, it just hibernates.” Learn the story of how the U.S. used these rules and other tactics to win the Cold War at World Affairs Council of Dallas-Fort Worth's program “The Moscow Rules: The Secret CIA Tactics that Helped America Win the Cold War.”

Jonna Mendez worked in the CIA's Office of Technical Service for 27 years, retiring as chief of disguise. Mendez also co-wrote Spy Dust and Argo with her late husband Antonio J. Mendez, who was also an undercover CIA officer for 25 years. She is a founding board member of the International Spy Museum and is currently a fine arts photographer, author, lecturer, and consultant on intelligence matters.

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Hotel Crescent Court
400 Crescent Ct.
Dallas, TX 75201
https://www.dfwworld.org/page.aspx?pid=1188&cid=5&ceid=75431&cerid=0&cdt=6%2f19%2f2019

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