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“This compact volume offers an unusual perspective juxtaposing present-day Russian activities with the US operations in the Cold War era.” – CREATING CHAOS reviewed in the Journal of Peace Research

Monday, November 12th, 2018

The intensity of application of various clandestine and unsavory means – from propaganda to corruption to cyber-attacks – in the escalating confrontation between Russia and the West has reached such alarming levels that demand for systematic analysis of this phenomenon stimulates policy research. This compact volume offers an unusual perspective juxtaposing present-day Russian activities with the US operations in the Cold War era.

Read the full review here.

“There will be many other books about the political problems the virtually unregulated Internet is generating… few will present the historical background as honestly and fairly as Hancock has done.” – CREATING CHAOS reviewed in Lobster

Monday, October 22nd, 2018

Hancock is an interesting figure. To me he is one of the very good JFK
researchers. His Someone Would Have Talked would be be on my list of 2
serious JFK assassination books. On his blog he begins his self-description 3
thus: ‘Hancock is a leading historian-researcher in the JFK assassination.’

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“Shows how age-old tactics have moved into new forms of cybertechnology as governments on both sides have sown disinformation in order to create chaos.” – CREATING CHAOS reviewed at Kirkus

Thursday, August 30th, 2018

With investigations continuing regarding Russian interference in American elections, Hancock provides context dating back to Machiavelli.

A veteran analyst of covert actions, the author doesn’t judge according to right or wrong, let alone good or evil. He works under the assumption that this is the way that power sustains, defends, and extends itself, and he generally sees the Russian intelligence initiatives in the wake of the Cold War and the Soviet breakup as the mirror image of America’s perspective after World War II.

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LARRY HANCOCK on the history of US-Russian relations at Ochelli Effect

Thursday, August 23rd, 2018

Historian and author Larry Hancock returns to continue the discussion on the existing and emerging history of U.S. and Soviet/Russian relations.

Over a century of interaction between The American Empire and the post-Communist-Revolution Russian Empire we observe many covert and overt changes.

What would the Wikileaks Clinton e-mail issue look like 100 years ago? The tools change despite unyielding objectives. Is Putin looking for pay-back?

What is the reality of organized crime as it relates to the intelligence of the Russian Federation, and how did it get that way?.

Listen to the full interview here.

LARRY HANCOCK on CREATING CHAOS at Forthright Radio

Monday, August 20th, 2018

In the first sement, we speak with researcher and author, Larry Hancock, about his very timely book, CREATING CHAOS: COVERT POLITICAL WARFARE FROM TRUMAN TO PUTIN.

Listen to the full interview here.