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A Secret History of Israeli Assassinations

In his new book, legendary journalist Ronen Bergman gets top Israeli officials to confess to moral qualms, foul-ups and horrible mistakes



REALLY SECRET SERVICE From left: Yasir Arafat, Netanyahu and Sharon. Bergman’s book catalogs Israel’s six-decade history of targeted killing operations against its enemies.

Photo illustration by GLUEKIT


“Artificial intelligence is showing it can render songwriters moot.”

MODERN ESPIONAGE LITERATURE IS RIFE WITH authors who once plied the spy trade. Ian Fleming invented James Bond after his World War II service as a British naval intelligence officer. David Cornwell, better known as John le Carré, was still working for MI6 when he penned his first espionage thriller, The Spy Who Came in From the Cold. And former CIA operations officer Jason Matthews’s experience dodging Russian KGB surveillance teams in Moscow deeply informs his Red Sparrow trilogy.

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