Politics Professor Suzi Weissman was in the nation's capital recently to speak at the academic conference Stalin's Spies: From Paris to the Gulag. Weissman participated in a panel discussion about several notorious Soviet spies, including one who gained notoriety during WWII and the Cold War as the antithesis of Russia’s James Bond. The conference was held at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC.
An expert on Soviet and Russian history, Weissman was interviewed by the Voice of Russia’s American news service about the impact of Marc Zborowski. Known as Stalin’s master spy, the Russian operative informed on Trotskyites in France and the United States.