Moscow Rules Color Changing 11oz Mug
Moscow Rules Color Changing 11oz Mug
Moscow Rules Color Changing 11oz Mug
Moscow Rules Color Changing 11oz Mug
Moscow Rules Color Changing 11oz Mug
Moscow Rules Color Changing 11oz Mug

Moscow Rules Color Changing 11oz Mug

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CIA operations in Moscow during the Cold War were some of the most difficult and complex in the history of the agency. The city was teeming with tens of thousands of KGB agents and informants. The simple act of meeting a source for a face-to-face meeting required weeks of planning and risk assessments. To operate successfully in this hostile terrain required a new way of thinking about high-risk operations. The Moscow Rules were developed by the best case officers in the CIA to allow them a chance at meeting their sources safely and anonymously.

This color changing mug reveals the Moscow Rules only after you've filled it with a hot beverage. Until the time and place of your choosing, they remains hidden from view. 

.: White ceramic
.: 11oz. (0.33 l) and 15oz. (0.44 l)
.: Rounded corners
.: C-handle

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07/23/2022
Simon S.
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Cool cup!

I just received my cup and it is very cool indeed! Looking forward to showing it off to my coworkers who are history nerds. It has a slight imperfection, unfortunately, but I can live with it. On a related note, I was under the impression that I would receive a Russian Ruble upon purchase when I purchased the cup. I cannot seem to find the post that gave me that impression, so perhaps I am mistaken.