Speaker's Bureau

Covert Actions in US Foreign Policy

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Covert Action is “an activity or activities of the US government to influence political, economic, or military conditions abroad, where it is intended that the role of the US government will not be apparent or acknowledged publicly.” Such actions have been taken frequently in modern American history and not always successfully. Olin Sansbury examines some outstanding examples in a presentation of 30-45 minutes with Power Point aids. Group discussion invited.

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