the camouflage and secrecy of espionage
Overt violence now gives way to a conflict based on espionage and infiltration.
Even if espionage had taken place at Los Alamos, they argued, it had not mattered.
The truth of the matter is that since the dawn of time, diplomacy has been closely linked to espionage .
All in all, it was a decent action thriller, with elements of espionage and intelligence thrown in.
The run for the presidency is no joke, rife with political chicanery, espionage and blackmail.
Dozens were executed for espionage or sabotage after having been convicted in show trials.
Balzac pumped him for information on organised crime and political espionage .
We also know there are people engaged in such things as economic espionage .
Apparently, three Americans have been arrested for espionage .