Center for Democracy. The Proper Role of an Intelligence Agency in a Democracy: An International Conference Co-Sponsored by the Office of the President of Bulgaria, the Center for Democracy, the E.L. Wiegand Foundation, [and] the Furth Foundation, Sofia, Bulgaria, 8-10 April 1992. Washington, DC: The Center for Democracy, 1992.


Center Magazine. Editors. "Freedom and the Intelligence Function; Symposium." 12 (Mar.-Apr. 1979): 45-60.

Petersen: "Roundtable with DCI Turner, former DCI Colby, CIA critic Morton Halperin, and others."

[CIA/DCIs/Colby & Turner]

Center for National Security Studies. CIA's Covert Operations vs. Human Rights. Washington, DC: 1977. [Petersen]


Center for National Security Studies. The CIA and the Freedom of Information Act: A Report on the Proposals for an Exemption. CNSS Report 106. Washington, DC: 1980. [Petersen]


Center for the Study of Intelligence Bulletin. Editors. "British Intelligence and the 'Zinoviev Letter.'" 8 (Spring 1998): 3-4.

This article reports the release by British intelligence in August 1997 of documents bearing on the Comintern's aspirations and activities in the United Kingdom in the 1920s. The new documents suggest that the British were getting verbatim transcripts from Soviet Politburo meetings, and that the "letter" was a fabrication by British intelligence based on the actual thrust of Moscow's intentions.


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