Petersen: Evans was a "long-time senior INR official."
1. "Intelligence and Policy Formation." World Politics 12 (Oct. 1959): 84-91.
2. Research in Action: The Department of State's Bureau of Intelligence and Research. Department of State Pub. No. 7964. Rev. ed. Washington, DC: Department of State, 1968.
3. And R.D. Gatewood. "Intelligence and Research: Sentinal and Scholar in Foreign Affairs." Department of State Bulletin, 27 Jun. 1960, 1023-1027.
Evans, John W. "Research and Intelligence: The Part They Play in Foreign Policy." Foreign Service Journal 34, no. 3 (1957): 24-25, 34, 40.
Petersen: "Deputy Director of INR."
Government Executive. Editors. "State's Intelligence Chief, Ray S. Cline: Intangible Merchandise." 2 (Dec. 1970): 34.
In the course of the 1960s and early 1970s, Ray Cline served successively as Deputy Director of Intelligence at the CIA and Director of the Bureau of Intelligence and Research at the State Department.
Ignatius, David. "Spy World Success Story." Washington Post, 2 May 2004, A7. [http://www.washingtonpost.com]
The writer calls INR "one of Washington's hidden jewels.... [T]he bureau has what many regard as the best track record in the government in assessing intelligence issues for policymakers.... The reason INR has been so effective, State Department officials say, is that it has maintained a culture that supports dissent -- and demands expertise."
NMIA ZGram. "Clinton Names J. Stapleton Roy Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research." 24 Sep. 1999. [http://www.zgram.net]
On 24 September 1999, President Clinton "announced his intent to nominate J. Stapleton Roy to be Assistant Secretary for Intelligence and Research at the State Department." Roy "served as Ambassador to Indonesia from 1996-1999.... The Assistant Secretary reports directly to the Secretary of State on all intelligence matters, providing current and objective analysis on critical foreign policy priorities, both immediate and long term. The Assistant Secretary is also responsible for ensuring that the wide range of U.S. intelligence activities are reflective of Administration foreign policy objectives in a post Cold-War environment."
1. "Intelligence and Research in the Department of State." American Intelligence Journal 13, no. 3 (Summer 1992): 21-24.
2. "Intelligence Support to Diplomacy: Issues and Trends," Intelligencer 10, no. 1 (Feb. 1999): 12-15.
Presentation to AFIO Symposium, 6 November 1998, by the Assistant Secretary of State, INR.
U.S. Department of State. INR: Intelligence and Research in the Department of State. Washington, DC: 1983. 1990.
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