Soviet Active Measures: Hearing Before the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, Second Session, July 13, 14, 1982
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1982 - Propaganda, Russian - 337 pages
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Page 51 - World Conference of Religious Workers for Saving the Sacred Gift of Life from Nuclear Catastrophe.
Page 174 - ... cultural organizations backed by the CIA. The Agency was also conducting extensive operations with newspaper, magazine, and television organizations. It maintained liaison relationships with about 50 American journalists or US media organizations. They are part of a network of several hundred foreign individuals around the world who provide intelligence for the CIA and at times attempt to influence foreign opinion through the use of covert propaganda. A Key Reason...
Page 39 - Communist organizations such as the World Federation of Trade Unions, the World Federation of Democratic Youth, the World Peace Council, and the Women's International Democratic Federation.
Page 265 - Vienna talks on the mutual reduction of armed forces and armaments in Central Europe, which could lead to further steps in this respect already on an all-European scale.
Page 60 - Czechoslovakia, Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany, Finland, France, the German Democratic Republic...
Page 238 - Director of the Institute of the USA and Canada of the USSR Academy of Sciences USA Dr.
Page 51 - WPC meeting scheduled to coincide with the second Special Session on Disarmament at the United Nations in June 1982.
Page 67 - On peace and disarmament issues, the Soviet-controlled World Peace Council (WPC) has long played the vanguard role in promoting the pro-Soviet campaigns; but it has relied heavily on a major sister front, the Christian Peace Conference (CPC), which has given unqualified support to all WPC programs. The CPC has been, and remains, a classic example of Soviet exploitation of religious groups to further Soviet foreign policy...
Page 49 - the political campaign against the neutron bomb was one of the most significant and successful since World War Two.