Victor Madeira

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(academic, historian, deep state operative?)
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Member ofInstitute for Statecraft, Institute for Statecraft/Tor team, Integrity Initiative
Interests • Russian propaganda
• Russian espionage
A UK academic who has focused on Russian espionage. A member of the IfS and the II.

Victor Madeira is a UK historian and suspected deep state operative. He was a senior fellow at the Institute for Statecraft and a member of the Integrity Initiative. His speciality was listed as "21st Century National Security Architecture; History and Lessons Learned".[1] In 2014 he published Britannia and the Bear on Russian espionage in the UK.

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Victor Madeira in 2014 was working as an academic at the University of Buckingham. He specialized in British intelligence in the interwar period. He has testified to the UK parliament.[2]


  • 2014 - Britannia and the Bear: The Anglo-Russian Intelligence Wars, 1917-1929 (History of British Intelligence) - The book specifically focuses on Soviet espionage activities in the UK over a twelve-year period.
  • Coincident with the book, Madeira wrote a piece for the Institute for Statecraft entitled Russian subversion - Haven't we been here before?[3]


Documents by Victor Madeira

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:Ideas for Ramping up IfS Contributions to the Causestrategy document16 March 2018Propaganda
Skripal Affair
Outline of the Ifs-parts of a big covert propaganda campaign to synchronize and spread the British narrative ('the Cause') in the Skripal case.
Document:Journalism skill sharing seminarreview26 December 2018Foreign Desk LtdForeign Desk Ltd suggested a joint event with the Integrity Initiative to groom 15 young journalists. The proposal has comments from II's Victor Madeira
Document:To influence/shape entertainment outputs'Memorandum' document on how to influence/shape entertainment outputs26 December 2018Corporate media
Entertainment industry
Document:VM/IfS Media Appearances & Commentary (July 2017– )Victor Madeira assessment26 December 2018Media activity of II memberlist of Victor Madeira media appearances
Document:Victor Madeira The Russian Orthodox Church: a State tool of malign influencecluster meeting12 November 2018Slides with talking point for a lecture held by Victor Madeira at University of Macedonia (located in Thessaloniki Greece)
VM-IfS Media Appearances & Commentary 2 (July 2017- )Victor Madeira assessment26 December 2018Media activity of II memberList of Victor Madeira media appearances. The list is identical to Document; VM/IfS Media Appearances & Commentary (July 2017– ) but has a few extra entires


Quotes by Victor Madeira

Alliance for Securing Democracy“Create a real-time feed into the Sponsor with daily analysis on Russian disinformation, providing a constantly-updated narrative that could then be shared with Embassies, either via email or in another ready-made format they could then disseminate locally. [Note: it would be essential to ensure that this work did not duplicate that already done by e.g. Alliance for Securing Democracy).”16 March 2018
Corporate media/Deep state control“Expand the network of IfS associates and partner organisations to include e.g. DarthPutin, GlasnostGone, StopFake, European Values, Saper Vedere, and coordinate their efforts to mirror and amplify what IfS is already doing where possible.”16 March 2018Document:Ideas for Ramping up IfS Contributions to the Cause
Institute for Statecraft/Control“Comment [VM2]: Most of these aren’t even Cluster countries – can II justify spending ££ on strengthening media there? Don’t get me wrong: any help we can provide these and other colleagues is a win in my books but I’m trying to anticipate how the Sponsor may see the relevance of speakers from some of these countries.”16 March 2018
Integrity Initiative/Leak/3“Find ways to remove e.g. RT/Ruptly video and infographic content from mainstream media e.g. newspaper websites, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, etc. Such content is quite professionally done, entertaining and cheap (or even free) for cash-strapped mainstream media outlets. But for these reasons, this kind of content gets numerous ‘clicks’ and is therefore picked up by reputable outlets that help spread Russian disinformation.”16 March 2018