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In the spotlight: The CIA and American Foreign Policy
This special issue of History (Vol. 100,2015 no. 340) offers a rich collection of essays produced by British scholars about the CIA and the other US clandestine services. The articles provide ample evidence of the dual function of Timothy Melley's dictum of covert sphere and in addition they also yield a series of additional, important historical insights. To single out just one, they problematize the widely accepted notion that the 1970s marked a kind of epistemic rupture in the history of the CIA.
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