Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, 1983. 120p., pocket-size wraps have a cover crease, ffep bears a large rubber stamp of the American-Soviet Friendship Society.
Quite a lot on WWII covert operations, boilerplate stuff on Reagan administration activity, this is not a focussed book. One "Alexander Nikolayevich Yakovlev" has been in retrospect alleged to have been recruited by CIA; the allegator is Vyacheslav Generalov, "former deputy chief of the KGB's Ninth Chief Directorate, ex-head of the security service of the USSR's first president." This cataloguer (and rumor-monger) has no clue whether these are the same Yakolev.