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15th May '16 8:27:07 PM foxley
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* ''Series/TheNewAvengers'': In the "K is for Kill" two-parter, Colonel Stanislav is a hardliner who is not happy with the thawing Cold War, and puts in a motion a scheme set up after WordWarII in an attempt to trigger World War III.

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* ''Series/TheNewAvengers'': In the "K is for Kill" two-parter, Colonel Stanislav is a hardliner who is not happy with the thawing Cold War, and puts in a motion a scheme set up after WordWarII WorldWarII in an attempt to trigger World War III.
15th May '16 8:26:23 PM foxley
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* ''Series/TheNewAvengers'': In the "K is for Kill" two-parter, Colonel Stanislav is a hardliner who is not happy with the thawing Cold War, and puts in a motion a scheme set up after WordWarII in an attempt to trigger World War III.
14th May '16 3:32:05 AM Morgenthaler
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The RenegadeRussian, formerly Renegade Soviet before TheGreatPoliticsMessUp, is (or was) a member of the Soviet/Russian military, government, or SecretPolice. They are involved in an evil scheme, as either TheDragon or BigBad. They may well have Communist beliefs.

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The RenegadeRussian, Renegade Russian, formerly Renegade Soviet before TheGreatPoliticsMessUp, is (or was) a member of the Soviet/Russian military, government, or SecretPolice. They are involved in an evil scheme, as either TheDragon or BigBad. They may well have Communist beliefs.



* Ramius and his officers in ''Film/TheHuntForRedOctober'' -- according to their government. Ramius planned to defect with his brand new hi-tech submarine, so the Soviet Ambassador fed the US government the RenegadeRussian line to get them to sink him.

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* Ramius and his officers in ''Film/TheHuntForRedOctober'' -- according to their government. Ramius planned to defect with his brand new hi-tech submarine, so the Soviet Ambassador fed the US government the RenegadeRussian Renegade Russian line to get them to sink him.
13th May '16 11:47:27 PM Morgenthaler
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However, there's one big caveat. Their actions are neither authorised nor condoned by the Kremlin. Indeed, the Kremlin may well be actively trying to stop them, at the time of the Détente in particular. If you're too bad for the Soviet Union, then you are ''really'' bad.

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However, there's one big caveat. Their actions are neither authorised nor condoned by the Kremlin. Indeed, the Kremlin may well be actively trying to stop them, at the time of the Détente in particular. If you're too bad for the Soviet Union, then you are ''really'' bad.



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14th Apr '16 10:05:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* Renegade Middle Easterners? Sounds like [[Film/TrueLies Crimson Jihad]].

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* ''Film/TrueLies'': Renegade Middle Easterners? Sounds like [[Film/TrueLies Crimson Jihad]].Jihad.
14th Apr '16 10:05:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''The Soldier'' (1982). Renegade KGB steal nuclear material and, [[FalseFlagOperation posing as terrorists]], threaten to detonate an atomic bomb in the Saudi oilfields unless the US forces the Israelis off the West Bank.

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* ''The Soldier'' ''Film/TheSoldier'' (1982). Renegade KGB steal nuclear material and, [[FalseFlagOperation posing as terrorists]], threaten to detonate an atomic bomb in the Saudi oilfields unless the US forces the Israelis off the West Bank.



* Inverted in ''DrStrangelove'', whose villain is an American renegade who launches a nuclear attack on the Soviets without authorization.

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* Inverted in ''DrStrangelove'', ''Film/DrStrangelove'', whose villain is an American renegade who launches a nuclear attack on the Soviets without authorization.
6th Feb '16 7:01:08 PM ZimFan89
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* In the third ''TheLibraria''n film, the main villains are these.

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* In the third ''TheLibraria''n ''TheLibrarian'' film, the main villains are these.these, hoping to revive Dracula and use him to create a vampire army to reconquer and restore the Soviet Union.




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* ''Series/TheLastShip'': The BigBad of the first season is [[InsaneAdmiral Admiral]] Konstantin Ruskov, who took his ship rogue and refused to return it to dock when the [[ThePlague Red Flu]] pandemic reached Russia, and is now seeking the cure as a means of creating a new world order. Though, since the Russian government and military have been wiped out, how "renegade" they are is debatable.
24th Nov '15 3:58:55 AM jormis29
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** ''Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory'' gives us [[spoiler: a ''Japanese'' example in the form of Admiral Otomo and his ISDF faction.]]

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** ''Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory'' ''VideoGame/SplinterCellChaosTheory'' gives us [[spoiler: a ''Japanese'' example in the form of Admiral Otomo and his ISDF faction.]]
30th Jul '15 5:03:07 PM nombretomado
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* OlderThanTheyThink trope as far as video game plots go, actually, particularly for Mil Sims. "Red" Russian forces bent on restoring the old Soviet system by taking control of nuclear arms and facilities in Murmansk and the Kola Peninsula have served as the plots for the original GhostRecon game and the study combat flight sim Jane's F/A-18. Both games predate ModernWarfare by seven years.

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* OlderThanTheyThink trope as far as video game plots go, actually, particularly for Mil Sims. "Red" Russian forces bent on restoring the old Soviet system by taking control of nuclear arms and facilities in Murmansk and the Kola Peninsula have served as the plots for the original GhostRecon game and the study combat flight sim Jane's F/A-18. Both games predate ModernWarfare ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare'' by seven years.
29th Apr '15 10:56:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telefon_(film) Telefon]]'' (1977). A KGB clerk, motivated either by Stalinist sympathies or an insane need to write his name in history, steals a list of ManchurianAgent saboteurs in the United States and tries to start WorldWarThree. An interesting twist in that the protagonist (played by Creator/CharlesBronson) is a KGB agent trying to stop him. A further twist is that his KGB bosses neglected to inform the new Premier of these agents, so they can't just get him to [[TreacheryCoverUp inform]] the Americans as they'll be for the chop.

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* ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telefon_(film) Telefon]]'' ''Film/{{Telefon}}'' (1977). A KGB clerk, motivated either by Stalinist sympathies or an insane need to write his name in history, steals a list of ManchurianAgent saboteurs in the United States and tries to start WorldWarThree. An interesting twist in that the protagonist (played by Creator/CharlesBronson) is a KGB agent trying to stop him. A further twist is that his KGB bosses neglected to inform the new Premier of these agents, so they can't just get him to [[TreacheryCoverUp inform]] the Americans as they'll be for the chop.
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