Kompromat (Russian: компромат; IPA: [kəmprɐˈmat] (listen), short for компрометирующий материал, literally “compromising material”) is the Russian term for compromising materials about a politician or other public figure. Such materials can be used to create negative publicity, for blackmail, or for ensuring loyalty.
- Russians may now control the trove of photos showing naked U.S. troops (Military Times)
- Soviet women of the Mossad
- Trump controlled by KGB/Mossad (six-part series) (Timothy Fitzpatrick)
- Israel Blackmailed Bill With Monica Tapes; Spy Hunt Ended After Mossad Bugged Prez Sex Chats: Book – Exclusive (NY Post)
- Soviets created child-sex-trafficking rings in the West for blackmail: scholar (Joshua Philip)
- Foes of Russia say child pornography is planted to ruin them (Anchorage Daily News)
- The Woman from Mossad: The Story of Mordechai Vanunu and the Israeli Nuclear Program