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Moles, defectors, and deceptions James Angleton and his influence on US counterintelligence ; a Wilson Center and Georgetown University Center for Security Studies joint conference Woodrow Wilson Center. Ed. by Bruce Hoffman and Christian Ostermann

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Washington, DC Woodrow Wilson Internat. Center for Scholars 2014Description: IV, 116 S. IllContent type:
  • Text
Media type:
  • ohne Hilfsmittel zu benutzen
Carrier type:
  • Band
ISBN:
  • 9781938027321
Subject(s): Genre/Form: DDC classification:
  • 327.12730092 23
LOC classification:
  • JK468.I6
Other classification:
  • 3,6
  • 15.87
  • 89.86
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Contents:
Welcome and introductory remarksPanel I: Angleton from the inside Tennent Bagley, Carl Colby, Edward Epstein, Ronald Kessler, Barry Royden
Luncheon keynote address: Intelligence and conspiracy theory : the case of James Angleton in long-term perspective Christopher Andrew
Panel II: Angleton and his times Loch Johnson, Oleg Kalugin, David Martin
Panel III: The long view John Prados, David Robarge, David Wise.
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Welcome and introductory remarksPanel I: Angleton from the inside Tennent Bagley, Carl Colby, Edward Epstein, Ronald Kessler, Barry Royden

Luncheon keynote address: Intelligence and conspiracy theory : the case of James Angleton in long-term perspective Christopher Andrew

Panel II: Angleton and his times Loch Johnson, Oleg Kalugin, David Martin

Panel III: The long view John Prados, David Robarge, David Wise.

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