Colloquium on Counterintelligence

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Event.png Colloquium on Counterintelligence(conference)  PowerbaseRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Date24 April 1980 - 26 April 1980
ParticipantsDaniel C. Arnold, Frank R. Barnett, Richard W. Bates, Richard K. Betts, Arnold Beichman, Richard Bissell, Ladislav Bittman, Adda B. Bozeman, William A. Baranigan, Eugene Franz Burgstaller, Robert Chapman, John G. Chomeau, Ray S. Cline, Angelo Codevilla, Kenneth E. deGraffenreid, John J. Dziak, Edward J. Epstein, Jean Evans, Shlomo Gazit, Richard H. Giza, Roy Godson, James H. Guirard, John Guenther, Samuel Halpern, Michael Handel, William R. Harris, Donald P. Harvey, Roland Herbst, David Ignatius, George Kalaris, Roger Kaplan, Merrill T. Kelly, G. Elizabeth Keyes, Wilfred Koplowitz, William Kuzewicz, Charles M. Lichtenstein, John Bruce Lockhart, Patrick G. Long, John Marsh, David Martin, Lawrence McWilliams, Newton S. Miler, John Norton Moore, William C. Mott, Robert Nisbet, James E. Nolan, William Odom, Richard Pipes, Donovan Pratt, Alfred S. Regnery, Raymond Rocca, Herbert Romerstein, Antonin Scalia, Paul Seabury, Theodore G. Shackley, Dennis P. Sharon, David Shaw, Norman L. Smith, Richard F. Staar, Daniel Southerland, David S. Sullivan, P. L. Thyraud de Vosjoli, Edmund R. Thompson, Michael Uhlmann, Joe Volz, W. Raymond Wannall, Edwin Warner, Allen Weinstein, James Q. Wilson, Arthur A. Zuelkhe
DescriptionSpooky 1980 Washington conference

The Colloquium on Counterintelligence was held in Washington D.C. on 24-26 April 1980.[1] Some sixty academics, current and former counterintelligence practitioners and congressional staff specialists attended the event.[2]

List of participants

 

Known Participants

20 of the 70 known participants already have pages here:

ParticipantDescription
Arnold Beichman
Richard Betts
Richard M. Bissell
Ray S. ClineSenior CIA, spoke at the 1979 Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism
Angelo CodevillaStaff in Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Professor of international relations. Proponent of the Strategic Defense Initiative. Defender of the Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard.
John J. Dziak
Edward Jay Epstein
Shlomo Gazit
Richard H. Giza
Roy Godson
Samuel Halpern
David IgnatiusAttender of spooky "security" conferences
George Kalaris
David MartinSpooky MEP
William OdomBilderberg NSA director
Richard PipesHawkish cold warrior historian
Raymond RoccaCIA counterintelligence officer and specialist on the Soviet Union
Antonin ScaliaUS judge
Theodore ShackleyA key member of the US deep state, involved in a huge list of deep events from the JFK assassination, Iran Contra, Arms for Libya and possibly also 9-11
James Q. WilsonProvided guidance on how best to coordinate the national war on drugs.


References

  1. Roy Godson (ed), Intelligence Requirements for the 1980's: Counterintelligence, National Strategy Information Center, 1980, p.335.
  2. Roy Godson (ed), Intelligence Requirements for the 1980's: Counterintelligence, National Strategy Information Center, 1980, p.1.
  3. Roy Godson (ed), Intelligence Requirements for the 1980's: Counterintelligence, National Strategy Information Center, 1980, pp.336-339.