1. SVR (Sluzhba Vneshney Razvedk) - Russia
Russia has a formidable espionage tradition when it saw at the time of the Soviet Union that is KGB. But after the Soviet Union collapsed, the KGB divided into smaller organizations with limited strength. After KGB ex Vladimir Putin took power, the SVR began to appear and seemed to restore the power of espionage that had once prevailed while still being named the KGB. The Russian espionage level returned to the level during the cold war. The SVR is suspected of having a role in the assassination of former Alexander Litvinenko's agent in London in 2007. But Putin rejected the allegations and instead praised the SVR as one of the most professional organizations and organizations with effective use. In fact, intelligence agents are one of Putin's most powerful political groups in Russia and many of the former KGBs are in key positions in government.
2. The Mossad - Israel
The Mossad has the main task of fighting Islamic terrorists and evacuating Jewish refugees. The Mossad, when translated into English, then has the meaning of "The Institute". The Mossad has a reputation for their extraordinary skill and aggressiveness in fighting their opponents. Some of the things that have been done by the Mossad that made the world of terror include kidnapping one of the leaders of Nazi Adolf Eichmann from Argentina in 1960, the assassination of Israeli athlete assassin plotters in munich in 1972, and the murder of senior Hamas using explosive mobile phone in 1996. Mossad also actively evacuate Jews who want to immigrate to Israel. In 1990, Mossad made organizational transparency by announcing the name of the director, but when under Ariel Sharon, Mossad again became an organization with a secret operation.
3. Ministry of State Security (MSS) - China
MSS has a structure similar to that of the KGB at the time of the former Soviet Union. MSS works in areas of industrial espionage, data analysis, and overseas security. Trusted by many observers that Chinese espionage leads to the United States especially in the field of military technology and high technology in the field of industry. Unlike the more western espionage assigned to obtain a complete secret, Chinese espionage is assigned to obtain a number which is a small part of the last secret in the end, the small parts are collected into 1 whole. extraordinarily, many sources whose secrets are drained away by MSS do not know that they have surrendered their secrets to MSS and with so many china, china and china diplomats to the west each year making the MSS even more difficult to detect. In September 2007, the US announced that the database of their defense department had been hacked by China. England and Germany also announced a similar thing.
4. Secret Intelligence Service (M16) - English
After 9/11 terror, 1600 agents worked to counter terrorism. Since then there has been rapid recruitment of agents to increase the number of agents. This is clearly very different from the way SIS recruits in the former Cold War era where recruitment was held secretly and took only the best graduates from Oxford or Cambridge who had the potential to work in intelligence. According to British media, the M16 teamed up with the CIA in pursuit of targeted terrorists and the M16 was also allegedly trying to influence Russian domestic political power. But many observers say the M16 is not a great espionage organization as it once was.