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Changing Soviet Perceptions

By: Central Intelegence Agent
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Paris Okhrana 1885-1905

By: Rita T. Kronenbitter

...to much exaggeration. According to some communist versions published both before and after the revolution, tens of thousands of Okhrana officials and agents in mufti were placed in every province of the empire to prey upon the peaceful people and brutalize them....

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Soviet Theater Forces in 1991 : The Impact of the Unilateral Withdrawals on Structure and Capabilities

By: Central Intelegence Agent
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The Cia and the U2 Program, 1954-1974

By: Central Intelegence Agent
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Secret Table of Contents for Operational Plan for Tpajax

By: Central Intelegence Agent

...re might be serious risk that the families of some of those named as foreign agents would face retribution in Iran. The introductory summary and the m...

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Understanding and Teaching Intelligence Analysis : A Discipline for the 21St Century

By: Sherman Kent Center

...ho attended and their purpose. So, if any of us volunteered as an under-cover agent it was okay to go. This was precisely twenty-seven years ago... ... Yes, he knew that, but this time it was not the intelligence people but the central administration. They wanted a course to improve their ability...

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Summary of Conclusions : Relating to Soviet Nuclear War Doctrine

By: Central Intelegence Agent
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The Sherlock Holmes of the Revolution

By: Rita T. Kronenbitter
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Declassified Intelligence Satellite Photographs

By: Central Intelegence Agent
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Declassified Intelligence Satellite Photography (Disp) Coverage of Antarctica

By: Robert Bindschadler

...cover obscured almost the entire ice sheet. The only excel: tions were the central and eastern portions of the Ross Ice Shelf, extending into the inte... ...89-692. CIA, 1978. Polar Regions Atlas, National Foeign Assessment Center, Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, D.C., 66pp. CNER, 1997. Our Changi...

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Editors and Contributors to This Volume

By: Gerald K. Haines
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Ussr : Withdrawal from Afghanistan

By: Central Intelegence Agent
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Soviet Forces and Capabilities for Strategic Nuclear Conflict through the Late 1999

By: Central Intelegence Agent
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Saving Mr. Lincoln

By: Thomas Allen, the Office of Public Affairs (Opa), Central Intelligence Agency

...Agency For additional copies or information on CIA, write to: Public Affairs Central Intelligence Agency Washington, DC 20505 (703) 482-0623 ISBN No. ... ...torian James O. Hall published an article about him. Though the idea of centralized intelligence gathering was decades away, the age-old resistan... ...on Army itself. But here was born the idea of what would eventually become a centralized military intelligence division. Each side still used ag... ...Pinkerton was waiting in a carriage. The telegraph to Baltimore was cut off. Agents were placed in telegraph offices in Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and ... ...d the railroad station, and seizing boats on the Potomac to keep Confederate agents from using them. On April 12, Confederate cannons in Charleston be... ...ed the Pinkerton National Detective Agency. Pinkerton’s code called for his agents to have no “addiction to drink, smoking, card playing, low dives o...

...t name nor details of his long career as a spy were known until 1986, when historian James O. Hall published an article about him. Though the idea of centralized intelligence gathering was decades away, the age-old resistance to the idea was present even then. Neither side saw the need to create such intelligence organizations, but each side approached the idea of effectiv...

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The Sherman Kent Center for Intelligence Analysis Occasional Papers : Volume 2, Number 3

By: Jack Davis

...ent experienced frustrations as well as successes with what he saw as the central professional challenge of simultaneous service to two demanding ma... ...han the issuing of intelligence reports and assessments. 2 The single central issue of warning is that it is a multi-step process which involves...

...opportunities changed. Over his 17 years of Agency experience (1950-1967), Kent experienced frustrations as well as successes with what he saw as the central professional challenge of simultaneous service to two demanding masters?analytic integrity and policy clients. In a series of post-retirement lectures in training courses for CIA and Defense Intelligence Agency analys...

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Central Intelligence Agency, Office of Soviet Analysis, April 1991, The Soviet Cauldron

By: Central Intelegence Agent
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The Strength and Capabilities of Soviet Bloc Forces to Conduct Military Operations against Nato

By: Central Intelegence Agent
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The Global Contest between the United States and the Soviet Union Dominated International Relations for Some 46 Years (1945-1991)

By: Central Intelegence Agent
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Studies in Intelligence

By: James A. Barry
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Regime Strategic Intent

By: Central Intelegence Agent

..., and other records obtained from SOMO, the Iraqi Ministry of Oil, and the Central Bank of Iraq (CBI), and other Ministries. These sources appear to ... ...’s infrastructure, which would have enhanced Iraq’s ability to produce CW agents if the scaled-up production processes were implemented.  Iraq had a... ...al process or production units confi gured to produce key precursors or CW agents. However, site visits and debriefs revealed that Iraq maintained its... ...quantities of sulfur mustard within three to six months.  A former nerve agent expert indicated that Iraq retained the capability to produce nerve a...

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