Artículos con la etiqueta ‘CIA’

Threats to the U.S. as viewed by the country’s intelligence

Por • 12 feb, 2012 • Category: Internacionales

The IC’ report is interesting first of all because apart from real threats it also mentions the states, which do not tolerate the US unilateral hegemony in the world such as Russia, China and Iran, which proves an evident political subtext of the report. If before the aggression in Iraq despite of an unambiguous position of neo-Conservators the intelligence honetsly reported to George Bush that Saddam Hussein did not have chemical weapons, now there is an obvious trend to draw a certain picture with the new enemies of the US. The 30-pages report has seven parts, which differ in their volume. The first part deals with the terrorism threat. According to the report, in the next 2-3 years the terrorism threat will enter a critical stage with such organizations as Al Qaeda uniting into more centralized movements. It will require the involvement of all partners and a sound strategy to withstand such a terrorist threat, the report states.

El Charco, un servicio secreto privado financiado por Washington desde 1942 hasta 1955

Por • 20 ago, 2010 • Category: Internacionales

Durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial y parte de la guerra fría, Washington utilizó un servicio de inteligencia privado de alcance internacional llamado The Pond (El Charco). Entre sus informantes más eficaces estuvo el asesino en serie francés Marcel Petiot. Así lo confirma una serie de archivos de la CIA recientemente desclasificados.