CENFAD Lecture Series: Joseph "Joe" Weisberg, "Russia Upside Down: An Exit Strategy for the Second Cold War"

The Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy (CENFAD) at Temple University is proud to present a lecture and question-and-answer session with Joseph "Joe" Weisberg, a US intelligence veteran, novelist, teacher, television screenwriter-producer, and creator and co-showrunner for FX Networks's critically-acclaimed and Emmy-winning drama series The Americans (2013-18).

National Security Archive: Australian Spies Aided and Abetted CIA in Chile

On 48th Anniversary of the Military Coup, Archive Posts Never-Before-Seen Australian Intelligence Service Documents on Anti-Allende Covert Ops

CIA Requested Clandestine Australian Support after Allende Election; Australian Intel Service Opened Station in Santiago, Records Confirm

WWII-Cold War Era Collection Seeking Home

Hey, everyone! I'm reaching out to you all on behalf of an old history professor of mine for her father's military collection. The archival collection covers his time in the Pacific Theater as a U.S. Army Air Forces B-29 bombardier and navigator in WWII towards the end of the war. He flew over China to Korea, delivering relief supplies, as well as bombing missions over Japan. He was from New York and graduated from/recruited for CIA at Yale.

Looking for CIA historian Kevin C. Ruffner?

I wonder if someone can help. Kevin C Ruffner's useful writings on the US Army's Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC) in WWII and postwar Europe has lead to a wish to seek him out. Some say he is still with CIA (which seems hard to reach in these unusual times), others suggest otherwise.

If anyone might be able to connect the two of us, I would be most grateful. My enquiry, though of vanishingly little interest to this group, might just possibly intrigue Ruffner.

With thanks

Sebastian Cody

Visiting Researcher, University of Westminster

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