The CIA in Western Europe and the abuse of human rights

  title={The CIA in Western Europe and the abuse of human rights},
  author={Daniele Ganser},
  journal={Intelligence and National Security},
  pages={760 - 781}
  • D. Ganser
  • Published 1 October 2006
  • Political Science
  • Intelligence and National Security
Covert action by the CIA and other intelligence services is designed to remain secret. Academics and the public at large therefore to this very day face great difficulties in answering two specific questions: What covert action has the CIA carried out in Europe during its almost 60 years of existence? Did CIA covert action violate human rights in Europe? Some operations, however, have become known and are now in the public research domain. Among them are the clandestine anti-communist stay… 

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