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Arthur B. Darling • 17 Items / 9 Reviews, 5 Books, 3 Articles
The Central Intelligence Agency (1990)
An Instrument of Government, to 1950
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    United States (Review)
    The Central Intelligence Agency, by Arthur B. Darling
    1. The Central Intelligence Agency by Arthur B. Darling
    The American Historical Review, April 1993, p. 592
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    Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The Colonel by Godfrey Hodgson
    2. Dangerous Capabilities: Paul Nitze and the Cold War by David Callahan
    3. Casey by Joseph E. Persico
    4. America's Germany by Thomas Alan Schwartz
    5. Empire and Cold War by Scott L. Bills
    6. The Imaginary War by Mary Kaldor
    7. The New Realism by Roland S. Homet
    8. The Twilight Struggle by Constantine C. Menges
    9. Reconstructing Consensus by Richard A. Melanson
    10. As Moscow Sees Us by Richard M. Mills
    11. Agents of Influence by Pat Choate
    12. Media and Foreign Policy by Simon Serfaty
    13. Foreign Policy and the Press by Nicholas O. Berry
    14. Presidential Power and the Modern Presidents by Richard E. Neustadt
    15. The Central Intelligence Agency by Arthur B. Darling
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1991, pp. 182-185
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    The Truth About the CIA (16 Reviews)
    Eclipse: The Last Days of the CIA, by Mark Perry
    1. Eclipse: The Last Days of the CIA by Mark Perry
    2. Casey by Joseph E. Persico
    3. Afghanistan: The Bear Trap by Mohammad Yousaf and Mark Adkin
    4. Red Web by Tom Bower
    5. The FBI-KGB War by Robert J. Lamphere and Tom Shachtman
    6. Cold Warrior by Tom Mangold
    7. Molehunt by David Wise
    8. No Other Choice by George Blake
    9. The Cambridge Spies by Verne W. Newton
    10. The Spy Who Saved the World by Jerrold L. Schecter and Peter S. Deriabin
    11. The Central Intelligence Agency by Arthur B. Darling
    12. General Walter Bedell Smith as Director of Central Intelligence by Ludwell Lee Montague
    13. Moscow Station by Ronald Kessler
    14. The Old Boys by Burton Hersh
    15. America's Secret Eyes in Space by Jeffrey T. Richelson
    16. American Espionage and the Soviet Target by Jeffrey Richelson
    The New York Review of Books, May 13, 1993, pp. 49-55