CIA Covert Action in Zaire and Angola: Patterns and Consequences
Stephen R. Weissman describes the Central Intelligence Agency's intervention in the Third World through case studies of "covert action" in Zaire and Angola. Weissman shows that the varying degrees of success of covert action depended upon collateral use of overt diplomacy, the internal organization of targeted groups, and the nature of the Soviet and Chinese responses.
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The Powell Doctrine
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