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 Conant, Jennet.

Conboy, Kenneth.

Condon, John P. "Bringing Down Yamamoto." U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 116, no. 11 (Nov. 1990): 86-90.

The author believes that the mission was ordered out of Washington, not by the local or theater commands.

[WWII/FEPac/Yamamoto]

Cone, Tracie. "Charges Dropped against Laotian Hero in Calif." Associated Press, 18 Sep. 2009. [http://www.ap.com]

The U.S. attorney's office in Sacramento said on 18 September 2009 that "[a] federal grand jury in California investigating an alleged plot to overthrow the government of Laos has dropped charges" against Vang Pao, a former major general in the Lao army. Charges remain against 10 others, including a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, and were added against two new defendants."

[CIA/Laos]

Conference on Britain and European Resistance. Proceedings of a Conference on Britain and European Resistance, 1939-1945: Organized by St. Antony's College, Oxford. Oxford: St. Antony's College, 1963.

According to Pforzheimer, this volume consists of "papers prepared by distinguished scholars and participants in Resistance activities." It is an "important work,... perhaps the best compendium of its kind," but it was "issued in an edition of less than 100 copies."

[WWII/Eur/Resistance/Gen]

Congressional Digest. Editors. "Controversy Over Legislative Limitations on Covert U.S. Intelligence Operations: Pro and Con." 59 (May 1980): entire issue.

[Oversight/To90s]

Congressional Research Service. H.R. 10 (9/11 Recommendations Implementation Act) and S. 2945 (National Intelligence Reform Act of 2004): A Comparative Analysis. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, Updated, 21 Oct. 2004. [Available at: http://www.fas.org/irp/crs/RL32635.pdf]

This report lays out the substantial differences between the two bills that have been passed in the respective chambers.

[Reform/00s/04/Debate]

Connecticut Law Review. "The CIA Responds to Its Black Sheep: Censorship and Passport Revocation -- the Cases of Philip Agee (Agee v. CIA, No.79-2788 (D.D.C.. Oct. 2, 1980); (Agee v. Muskie, 629 F.2d 80)." 13 (Winter 1981): 317-396.

 [Overviews/Legal/Travel]

Conner, William E.

1. "Congressional Reform of Covert Action Oversight Following the Iran-Contra Affair." Defense Intelligence Journal 2, no. 1 (Spring 1993): 35-64.

The author examines the legislative history of the Intelligence Authorization Act for FY 1991, "the most extensive intelligence oversight legislation in over a decade," to show that "compromise between Congress and the President can yield practical solutions to difficult, yet profound, national security issues."

2. Intelligence Oversight: The Controversy Behind the FY 1991 Intelligence Authorization Act. AFIO Intelligence Profession Series, No. 11. McLean, VA: Association of Former Intelligence Officers, 1993.

Surveillant 3.4/5: This was the "first significant remedial intelligence oversight legislation in more than a decade." It reflects a "compromise between Bush and Congress as a solution to thorny national security issues."

3. "Reforming Oversight of Covert Actions after the Iran-Contra Affair: A Legislative History of the Intelligence Authorization Act for FY 1991." Virginia Journal of International Law 32 (Summer 1992): 871-928.

[GenPostwar/Budgets/91; Oversight/90s]

Conner, William E. "National Classification System Update." National Security Law Report 16, no. 3-4 (Mar.-Apr. 1994): 1, 4, 6-7.

[Overviews/Legal][c]

Conner, William E. "Snider Discusses Hill Access to Intelligence." National Security Law Report 20, no. 1 (Winter 1998): 1, 8, 11-12.

Report on remarks by L. Britt Snider, 15 January 1998, Washington, DC. At the time, Snider was Special Counsel to the DCI; he later served as CIA Inspector General.

[Oversight][c]

Conner, William E., ed. "Former HPSCI Chairman David McCurdy Highlights the Private Sector's Role in the Digital Age." National Security Law Report 21, no. 1 (May 1999): 1, 4.

Edited remarks at 18 March 1999 meeting of the ABA's Standing Committee on Law and National Security in Washington, DC.

[GenPostwar/NatSec]

Conner, William E., ed. "Representative Bill McCollum Discusses U.S. National Security Policy in the 21st Century." National Security Law Report 21, no. 1 (May 1999): 1, 4.

Edited remarks at 15 September 1998 meeting of the ABA's Standing Committee on Law and National Security in Washington, DC.

[GenPostwar/NatSec]

Connor, Ken. Ghost Force: The Secret History of the SAS. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1998. London: Orion, 1999. [pb] London: Cassell, 2002.

From publisher: "[T]his is a history of the regiment, written by an ex-SAS man and ranging from the first post-war operations in Malaya in the 1950s to the controversial blueprint for the future."

[UK/WWII/Services/SAS]

Connors, Timothy. "Putting the 'L' into Intelligence-Led Policing: How Police Leaders Can Leverage Intelligence Capability." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 22, no. 2 (Summer 2009): 237-245.

[Overviews/Legal/Topics/LawEnforcement]

Conquest, Robert.

1. The Great Terror: Stalin's Purges of the Thirties. New York and London: Macmillan, 1968. Rev. ed. Middlesex, UK: Pelican Books, 1971. [pb] 2d ed. New York: Macmillan, 1973.

Pforzheimer says that Conquest's is an "invaluable" study that provides "well-documented coverage of the role played by the Soviet intelligence and security services."

2. Inside Stain's Secret Police: NKVD Politics 1936-39. London: Macmillan, 1985.

Haslam, I&NS 2.2, comments that "[a]t times [Conquest] stretches the evidence further than it can sustain, particularly in relying on Orlov and Krivitsky," former NKVD and GRU officers respectively.

[Russia/Interwar]

Conquest, Robert. The Soviet Police System. New York: Praeger, 1968. London: Bodley Head, 1968.

Pforzheimer calls The Soviet Police System a "useful volume" on the domestic aspects of Soviet intelligence; however, it is "dated." Rocca and Dziak describe the book as a "basic and indispensable survey of the development of the KGB, largely in its domestic aspects, up to 1960."

[Russia/Overviews]

Conrad, Sherri J. "Executive Order 12,333: 'Unleashing' the CIA Violates the Leash Law." Cornell Law Review 70 (1985): 968-990.

Petersen: "Reagan intelligence guidelines."

[Overviews/Legal/Gen]

Conrad, Thomas N.

1. A Confederate Spy: A Story of the Civil War. New York: J.S. Ogilvie, 1892.

2. A Rebel Scout. Washington, DC: National Publishing, 1904.

[CivWar/Conf/Intel]

Conradi, Peter. "Camp X Spy School Gave Fleming Licence to Kill." Sunday Times (London), 13 Feb. 2000. [http://www.the-times.co.uk]

Canadian film-maker Jeremy McCormack has produced a television documentary on Camp X, where British, U.S., and Canadian unconventional warfare training took place from 1939. See also, Hodgson, Inside-Camp X (1999); and Stafford, Camp X (1986).

[Canada/WWII; UK/WWII/BSC; WWII/OSS/Topics/Training]

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