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Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 3.5(c) 3.3(h)(2) 27 December 1958 Copy No. C CENTRAL )0 INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN DOCUMENT NO, NO CHANCE IN C1/7, DECLASS;FIE0 CI A:3S CHANGE-E.) TO� t... _ H')Za2 nATE REVIEWF izz/zrzrzrz Approved for Release: 2020/01/2(6(0606100 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 ..11,MO.Mm. � ,001144,, Approved Trivre'rezr. 21323/71723 C03000010 T()11 CPCDCT Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 , 27 DECEMBER 1958 I. THE COMMUNIST BLOC Shelepin's appointment as chief of Soviet security police intended to emphasize party control. USSR - Gromyko unyielding on Ber- lin and pessimistic on prospects for agreement at Geneva. GMIC statement on 24 December ac- tivity at Tyura Tam Missile T Range (naae I. Daily Brief) II. ASIA-AFRICA Iraqi division commanders, previous- ly reported planning to oust sim meeting in Baghdad., 4 Greek and Turkish foreign ministers reach measure of agreement on frame- work of Cyprus settlement. 0 New Moroccan Government faces Berber resistance and foreign bases issues. 0 South Korea - Rhee uses strongarm tactics to pass legislation restrict- ing civil liberties; police break up demonstration in Pusan. 0 Re-election of leftist mayor In Singa- pore underscores extremist control of city's affairs. III. THE WEST Cuban rebels intensify and widen ac- tivity; put Santiago, second largest city, under heavy pressure. Return of ex-President Arias is new threat to stability of De la Guardia ad- ministration in Panama. � Minority Icelandic Government will probably serve as caretaker until spring elections. TOP SECRET Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 *aro CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN Di< 27 December 1958 DAILY BRIEF I. THE COMMUNIST BLOC *USSR --.New security chief: The selection of Aleksandr Shelepin to head the Soviet security organization (KGB) was probably intended to emphasize party control over the secret police. Shelepin has most recently been in charge of person- nel matters in the party apparatus under Ktirushchev; until April 1958 he was head of the Komsomol, the Soviet youth or- ganization. The Supreme Soviet announcement made no men- tion of a new position for Serov. (Page 1) *USSR � Gromyko speech: In a speech to the Supreme So- viet on 25 December, Foreign Minister Gromyko struck a firm and unyielding tone on both Berlin and the Geneva nuclear test talks. He reiterated Khrushchev's warnings that if the West rejects the Soviet proposal for converting West Berlin into a demilitarized free city, the USSR will transfer control over Allied access to the East Germans. In a further effort to maintain a crisis atmosphere on this issue, Gromyko said West Berlin "may become a second Sarajevo." His remarks on the prospects for agreement at Geneva were very pes- simistic. He charged the United States and Britain have de- cided to prevent an agreement and attacked the West's insis- tence on linking extension of a one-year test suspension to progress on other disarmament measures, and Western views on decision-making procedures in the control organ. He warned that no agreement will be possible if the West does not abandon these "invalid conditions." TOP SECRET A 'Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 ;4110 0 K- Soviet missile activity: Guided Missile Intelligence Committee statement of 1500 EST, 24 December 1958: At approximately 1100 EST, 24 December, the So- viets launched a vehicle on the Tyura Tam Missile Test Range, believed to be an ICBM test vehicle, but there are indications that it failed to reach the impact area in the vicinity of the Kamchatka peninsula. It is noted that the last successful ICBM was in late May and there was a probable unsuccessful ICBM in mid- July. It may be several days before sufficient data is avail- able to state definitely the degree of success achieved or, perhaps, this data will never be known, as is the p situation with the last three Soviet space ventures. 7P-Ilf] II. ASIA-AFRICA *Iraq: The four Iraqi divisional commanders, who have been reported planning to oust Prime Minister Qasim, are now meetina in Flaplirlad The ostensible reason for the meeting, scheduled to last until 30 December, is probably the Iraqi army maneuvers schecbilec to e held nearHab baniyah on 29-30 December. (Page 2) Cyprus: The Greek and Turkish foreign ministers have apparently reached a wide measure a agreement on the gen- eral framework of a Cyprus settlement, which would be based on guaranteed independence. Further progress now depends largely on Greek Premier Karamanlis' ability to accept such a solution despite expected strong criticism from his political opposition in Athens and possibly from Arch- bishop Makarios. On Cyprus, EOKA has offered to cease all terrorist activities provided the British reciprocate. The 27 Dec 58 DAILY BRIEF 71,P�SEeRE-F AAVrgeFfOrkefeL;e7EiOTOTTZEHECOOT6/ Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 VOW government recently released over 500 detainees and lifted some long-standing curfews on the movement of Greek Cypritots. (Page 4) ri Morocco: King Mohamed V ended Morocco's month- long government crisis on 24 December by investing a broadly representative cabinet under Abdallah Ibrahim, a leader of the Istiqlal party's left wing. The new govern- ment appears to reflect more adequately than its predeces- sors the major elements of Moroccan society and thus may be able to deal more successfully with the pressing problem of Berber tribal dissidence. New difficulties with Vance will probably follow if the new leaders extetid more energetic support t o the Al- gerian rebels or move to expropriate French-held agri- cultural lands. They can be expected to renew at an early date Moroccan pressure for the evacuation of French and Spanish troops and the American air bases. (Page 5) *South Korea: The action taken by the Rhee administra- tion in forcefully evicting opposition Democrats and inde- pendents from the South Korean National Assembly in or- der to ram through a bill designed to curtail civil liberties can be expected to provo and resentment throughout South Korea, The South Korean police, who have been al ent popular demon- strations, broke up a protest meeting in Pusan on 25 December. The South Korean armed forces have been instructed by Minister of Defense Kim Chong-yol to re- main aloof. (Page 7) Singapore: There-election on 23 December of Singapore's left wing mayor, an official of the Commu- nist-infiltrated People's Action party, underscores the likelihood that extreme leftists will control the Singapore Government following the achievement of internal self- rule next year. (Page 8) 27 Dec 58 DAILY BRIEF --T-OP�SEGRET 111 79/ AApproved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 , � ttpproved for Release: 2020/723 C03000010 � III. THE WEST Cuba: Rebel activity is intensifying and spreading. An attack on a sugar mill in Matanzas province is the first outbreak of such activity in this area. The govern- ment has placed all Its security forces on a full alert status at least until after 1 January. Meanwhile, the Cuban army commander in besieged Santiago, the second largest city, is under pressure either to surrender the city or declare it an o en city in order to avert further bloodshed. r (Page 9) (Map) Panama: A new threat to political stability has ariseiTiTIT-the return of ex-President Arnulfo Arias and his strong condemnation of the government and the Nation- al Guard leaders in his initial press interview. Various factions critical of President de la Guardia are seeking the collaboration of Arias who has long been adept at stirring up mob action and apparently now regards conditions as ripe for his return to power. (Page 10) *Iceland: The minority government of Social Demo- cratic Prime Minister Emil Jonsson formed on 23 Decem- ber is expected to be kept in office by Conservative parlia- mentary support until new elections are held, probably next spring. The new government is said to have an agree- ment with the Conservatives on immediate anti-inflation measures, but may encounter serious difficulties in mak- ing these measures effective because of opposition from the Communists, who though no longer represented in the cabi- net, still dominate the trade union movement. (Page 11) IV. SIGNIFICANT INTELLIGENCE REPORTS AND ESTIMATES (Available during the preceding Week) SNIE 85/1-58. Developments in Cuba since mird-No- vember. 16 December 1958. 27 Dec 58 DAILY BRIEF --TOP-SEGREz AApproved for Release: 2020/01/23 003000010 A ri d. F. 1.4 rr4 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 I. THE COMMUNIST BLOC Party Personnel Specialist Appointed Soviet Secret Police Chief The appointment of party official Aleksandr Shelepin on 25 December to succeed ousted Soviet secret police chief Serov is probably intended to make the security forces (KGB) more immediately responsive to party con- trol. Shelepin, a personnel specialist without experience in secret police work, may be charged with carrying out a shake-up in the KGB staff, possibly including a reor- ganization of the security forces. This would be in line with the inteltion Khrushchev expressed of reducing the role of the secret police still further. Khrushchev may have in mind divesting the KGB of some of its domestic responsibilities as a gesture to ease public apprehension about police power. He presum- ably has no intention of reducing the role of the security forces in foreign espionage and in counterespionage. � Shelepin is a full member of the Soviet central com- mittee. Since April 1958 he has been in charge of one of the two personnel departments of the party central commit- tee. Before that he headed the Soviet youth organization (Komsomol) for over five years and had earlier spent sev- eral years as Komsomol secretary in charge of personnel. The announcement of Serov's successor was probably delayed until the Supreme Soviet met in �leder to give the appearance of broad democratic selection of the head of the secret police which is still hated and feared by many Soviet citizens. The reason why Serov's removal could not also have been delayed until the Supreme Soviet meeting is not yet clear. Serov apparently attended the Supreme Soviet session in his general's uniform, but there was no mention of his new assignment. 27 Dec 58 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN Page 1 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 1-% el a" 7'1 1-1rI Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 'Awe 1410P4 II. ASIA-AFRICA The Situation in Iraq The four Iraqi army divisional commanders, who have been reported planning to oust Prime Minister Qasim, are now meeting in Baghdad, Prior to the report of this meeting, which is scheduled to last until 30 December, there had been no further word on plans for a military coup against the regime. However, the Iraqi ambassador in Cairo, when queried on this subject, said he believed the influence of senior "nationalist" officers had stayed the executions of old regime politicians and of those implicated in the recent Rashid al-Gaylani plot. Iraqi army maneuvers are to be held near Habbaniyah, west of Baghdad, on 29-30 December. Anti-Communist elements in Iraq have been heartened by Nasir's 23 December speech attacking the Communists in Syria. the "nationalists" consider the speech "the beginning of a fight with the Communists in the Arab countries, and particularly in Iraq." They hope UAR propaganda media will follow up with further attacks, does not suggest, however, that any new plans for action have been developed by these Iraqis. Nasir was wary of being in- volved in another civilian plot against the Qasim regime and had refused to lend material assistance to the Baath party, the principal organized anti-Communist civilian group. The Iraqi Communists apparently have made a large- scale recruiting effort among Shia Moslem youth in the area south of Baghdad. The Shias have long been fearful of domi- nation by the Sunni Moslems in the government, and this fear has been heightened by Nasir's pan-Arab propaganda. The Iraqi Shia's ther6fore�mak be4iartidularly susceptibl to CoMmu.; ' pist propaganda. .Baathrst: _Minister, of State': Rikabi told Lae UAR ambassador last month that "scandalous" 27 Dec 58 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN Page 2 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 Approved f7r Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 leisr4 %,��4 demonstrations by, Conirminists ., in this 'area , against 'a ',group of visiting UAR lawyers were Inspired by Qasim. The Soviet ambassador and his family toured the area on 21 December according to ai Iraqi police mes- sage. -T6921-SE-efiE 27 Dec 58 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN Page 3 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 Nue Cyprus A final settlement of the Cyprus problem was discussed between the Turkish and Greek:foreign trinisters and agree- ment arrived at on many points at the recent NATO meeting in Paris, according to Greek Foreign Minister Averoff. A possible solutton, reached on a purely personal basis, has been referred to Athens and Ankara for further examination. According to the proposals discussed, Cyprus would be- come independent�its independence guaranteed by interna- tional treaty�with the British retaining their military bases. The government would be republican ivith a Greek Cypriot president and a Turkish Cypriot vice-president, the latter having a veto on all matters effecting the Turkish community. In addition to two purely communal chambers handling affairs of the two communities, an island-wide legislature would be created, possibly with 70 percent of its members Greek and 30 percent Turkish. Many details are still to be worked out and certain prob- lems--such as the veto power of the vice-president--may be- come insuperable barriers to final agreement. In addition, much will depend on the willingness of Greek Premier Kara- manlis to work for an agreement which would probably be de- nounced by the opposition parties in Greece and possibly by Archbishop Makarios. The fact the conversations did occur in a conciliatory atmosphere, however, is encouraging and could be the prelude to real progress toward a settlement. London has long sought negotiations among the disputants and will probably agree to any solution acceptable to Ankara and Athens. On Cyprus, EOKA has announced its willingness to sus- pend operations if the British security forces will reciprocate There is evidence that the British are ivilling to accept these conditions. A new spirit of conciliation on the island has been demonstrated by the release of several hundred detainees and the lifting of curfews by the government, while a Greek Cypriot leader took the unprecedented step of expressing sor- row at thp ricsath nf two RAF men recently killed by a road mine. SECRET 27 Dec 58 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN Page 4 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 c crp Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 gale Noe New Moroccan Government The cabinet of Istiqlal left-wing leader Abdallah Ibrahim, which was invested by King Mohamed V on 24 December, will give Morocco a government more broadly based and probably also less sympathetic to Western in- terests than were its three predecessors since Morocco regained its independence in 1956. The new government-- which is representative of its individual members rather than parties--has been assigned the mission of "consolidating Morocco's independence," alleviating unemployment and or- ganizing local elections some time in 1959. Ibrahim, who is foreign minister as well as premier, has in recent months become closely identified with the power- ful Moroccan Labor Federation, the National Student Associa- tion, and other radical elements which have long been demand- ing such measures as "Moroccanization" of all agricultural holdings and nationalization of large sectors of the economy. He is thus likely to give much wider latitude than did moderate former premier Balafrej to deputy premier and national economy minister Bouabid, who favors a directed economy. Meanwhile, party secretary Balafrej and other prominent spokesmen of the Istiqlal's right, or essentially bourgeois wing, appear to have been by-passed by a new alignment of forces representing the restless urban and rural masses. The assignment of an important Berber, Driss M'Hammedi, to the hotly contested Interior Ministry and the inclusion in the cabinet Of at least two other Berbers might strengthen the new government's hand in dealing with its most pressing internal problem--tribal dissidence in the Rif region of northern Moroc- co and other Berber-inhabited areas. M'Hammedi's accept- ance of the interior portfolio and the designation as defense minister of a royalist partisan who apparently has little po- litical stature also suggests that the King yielded to Istiqlal SECRET 27 Dec 58 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN Page 5 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 r. r, 11 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 NIS extremists' demands that the police be placed under the con- trol of the interior minister but has retained, at least for the time being, effective control over the army. The Ibrahim government can almost certainly be expected to renew at an early date pressure for the evacuation of the approximately 28,000 French and 10,500 Spanish forces still based in Morocco as well as for the liquidation of the five American-operated air bases. It is also likely to extend more energetic support to the Algerian rebels. Such a move, es- pecially if accompanied by any move to expropriate French- owned agricultural lands, might precipitate vigorous French countermeasures, possibly including independent action by French military elements in Algeria or Morocco. 27 Dec 58 CFMTD Al 111/41TFI I inrkirp RI III FTIM Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 Page 6 'mord Approved for Release: T0-2-0/01/23 C03000010 `44401 Rhee Administration Forcibly Overcomes South Korean Opposition The South Korean administration on 24 December used the National Assembly guard force, reinforced by plainclothes policemen, to evict from the assembly building about 80 Demo- cratic and independent opponents who were engaged in a sit- down strike to prevent passage of a revision of the National Security Law. The administration then utilized its Liberal party majority to pass this controversial law and also re- vised the Local Autonomy Law to permit the government to appoint mayors and other local officials now chosen by elec- tion. The 1959 budget also was passed. Before passing the security law the government modified the planned revision possibly because it feared losing Ameri- can support and because of rising opposition in South Korea. Nevertheless, the law will give the administration an effective weapon to silence growing political opposition by abridging already limited civil liberties and press freedom. The Ad- ministration hopes by this means to prevent a possible de- feat in the 1960 presidential elections for which President Rhee already has announced himself a candidate. The passage of the law by forceful means almost cer- tainly will increase bitterness throughout South Korea. The government has expressed concern r �idtng this posability and the police have been alerted to take all necessary measures to prevent popu- lar demonstrations. A demonstration was put down in Pusan on 25 December. Minister of Defense Kim Chong-yol on 24 December or- dered armed forces command r to become involved in incidents. TOP SECRET 27 Dec 58 CFNTRAI INTFI I inFNeF RIII I FTIN Page 7 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 Ifte �01, Growing Leftist Trend in Singapore The failure of Singapore moderates, led by Chief Min- ister Lim Yew Hock, to oust left-wing Mayor Ong Eng Guan is a further strong indication that the Communist-infiltrated People's Action party (PAP) will control the government of the new State of Singapore following next year's general elections. Ong, an official in the PAP, was elected for a second year's term on 23 December by a 17-15 vote of the city councilors. The election furthers PAP aims by providing the publicity- minded mayor with an excellent propaganda sounding board, as well as by extending his control of city patronage. At the same time, it defeats Lim's plan to discredit the PAP by carrying out investigations of several civic projects sponsored and manipulated by the PAP during the year that it has dominat- ed the city administration. The ability of Ong to survive a concerted effort to unseat him will tend to strengthen the myth of PAP invincibility and thus further dim the election prospects of the Singapore Peo- ple's Alliance�the newly formed coalition of moderate parties. Meanwhile, the PAP, apparently in anticipation of control- ling the first all-elected government in Singapore upon achieve- ment of internal self-rule next year, has been developing a com- paratively moderate line. This, however, seems a tactical ma- neuver designed to allay British and Malayan fears of an extrem- ist government in Singapore and to avoid a provocation which � might cause the British to use their reserve Dowers to rescind the constitution. CONMENTIAL 27 Dec 58 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 Page 8 ir,rvrr Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 -CUBA .1 MILES 100 HAVANA , , ,,, 1 ' Ststrouss \ AL7NA:i A � .1 HABANA k ' ca.. %. t 6- In ArtennIsa \ , P INAR / 1 MATANZAS j sante D E L . RIO ) Clem � Calbsrlen Pinar dal Rio l, / .Mendose "."-'1.-ri LAS VILLAS / N.) ClantueguS� , ..,. suputl ) Morus� ,trparks Spiritus ) - Makty . t TFInidi&-� CA M AGUE Y Tunas d;Zarr'' � ISLE OF PINES , ANNAvANNLIZNILN.N1/ANNNAs, ATLANTIC OCEAN GULF OF MEXICO OUAT EL SALVA 24981 HONDURAS CARIBBEAN sew CUBA .alocuD01.41NBICAucti mrs DUA OZISTA VOL ' Carps suey. CARIBBEAN SEA Area of rebel activity BAHAMA Nuesoltas FIDEL CASTRO HEADQUARTERS RAUL CASTRO FORCES _ N E CIE44 .Ballie08 rat4C ' sonesnamo � 4.! Cab. (U.S. NAVAL EASE) 81227 SECRET Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 er rot Art v. r'srr Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 Nor' III, THE WEST The Situation in Cuba General Eulogio Cantillo, Cuban army commander in besteged Santiago, Cuba's second largest city, was noncom- mittal on 21 December when a delegation of prominent resi- dents appointed by the city's archbishop petitioned him to declare Santiago an open city to avoid further bloodshed. On the same day, a priest just returned from rebel ter- ritory is reported to have given Cantillo a letter from reb- el leader Fidel Castro requesting him to surrender the city and offering honorable terms. President Batista has apparently suspected 'Cantillo of disloyalty since late November when some 30 officers were arrested for implication in an alleged conspiracy. He is regarded as one of Cuba's ablest generals. The morale and effectiveness of the Cuban army con- tinue to deteriorate. Its recent recruitment campaign failed miserably when only 700 of a goal of 9,000 men were inducted. Despite a military build-up in the Santiago area and the receipt of weapons purchased in Europe, the gov- ernment has been unable to contain the rebel drive in Oriente and in Las Villas Provinces. In Las Villas, press reports on 26 December described the rebels as having virtually encircled the provincial capital of Santa Clara by the capture of various surrounding towns. The rebels are active for the first time in Matanzas Province, where a unit is reported to have attacked a sugar mill some 25 miles east of the provincial capital on 17 December. -SECRET 27 Dec 58 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN Page 9 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 Aftw' �4110., New Threat to Panamanian Political Stability Panamanian President de la Guardia, whose moderate policies have alienated the majority of his supporters and have resulted in several opposition attempts to oust him, faces a new threat. On 19 December Arnulfo Arias, who was ousted from the presidency in 1941 and again in 1951 and has since ostentatiously remained aloof from overt po- litical activity, returned to Panama and indicated his readi- ness to try a comeback. Arias severely criticized De la Guardia's chief source of strength�the corrupt and power- ful National Guard commandants--as "a cancer on the coun- try?" and he blamed Panama's political and economic condi- tion on the President. Arias' return from an eight-month South American trip had been awaited by several politicians who are launching a new opposition party and maneuvering for advantage in the next presidential race. The rabble-rousing ex-Pregiderit's great popularity among Panama's restless lower classes and the arms reportedly smuggled in by his supporters would be useful to the new movement, but Arias would probably insist on leading it, since he has described himself as "the country's greatest asset in time of need." In attacking the unpopular guard leaders, Arias may well attract support from the strong student movement which has already rioted against the government this year. The guard, reportedly weakened by internal divisions and plotting, might not present a united front to another mass movement to oust the President. 27 Dec 58 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 Page 10 VII A" T.ik let ITS Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 Nvaipi gimos* Minority Government Formed in Iceland The minority government which Social Democratic Prime Minister Emil Jonsson formed on 23 December is expected to remain in office with Conservative parliamentary support until new elections are held, probably next spring. This government replaces a three-party coalition-'-including Communists--which resigned on 4 December as a result of disagreement over economic reform measures. The new government faces difficult economic problems which require early attention, the most serious being the in- flation threatening the country. In early January it must also negotiate with fishing industry groups on a new price-and-wage basis for the winter fishing season, or else it will be faced with the possibility of a tie-up of the entire fleet. The Conservatives are reported to have promised Jonsson their sup- port on a number of immediate measures for combatting in- flation. This reported agreement also includes an under- standing to revise the electoral law, which now favors the largely rural Progressive party, The Communists, who hold a dominant position in the trade union movement, are certain to seek to foment labor unrest and discredit the government, particularly if it ad- vocates a moderate wage policy as part of its economic program. The elimination of the Communists from the cabinet seems likely to improve the chances for an ultimate solution to the fishing dispute with Britain, and to reduce the possibility of incidents involving patrolling vessels. In view of the 'impending election, however, none of the par- ties can afford to appear to back down on the principle of a 12-mile limit. The democratic parties probably hope that a modus vivendi can be reached which would eliminate the dan- ger of further clashes pending a final settlement. SECRET 27 Dec 58 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN Page 11 Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 ...,........1,,,ST,V�111t/TIV � V Approved for Release: 2020/01/23 C03000010 NW' THE PRESIDENT The Vice President Executive Offices of the White House Special Assistant for National Security Affairs Scientific Adviser to the President Director of the Budget Office of Defense and Civilian Mobilization Special Assistant for Security Operations Coordination Board of Consultants on Foreign Intelligence Activities Special Assistant for Foreign reonomic Policy Special Adviser to the President The Treasury Department The Secretary of the Treasury The Department of State The Secretary of State The Under Secretary of State The Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs The Deputy Under Secretary for Political Affairs The Deputy Under Secretary for Administration The Counselor Director, International Cooperation Administration The Director of Intelligence and Research The Department of Defense The Secretary of Defense The Deputy Secretary of Defense The Secretary of the Army The Secretary of the Navy The Secretary of the Air Force The Chairman, The Joint Chiefs of Staff Commandant, United States Marine Corps The Director, The Joint Staff Chief of Staff, United States Army Chief of Naval Operations, United States Navy Chief of Staff, United States Air Force Assistant to Secretary of Defense for Special OPerations Director for Intelligence, The Joint Staff Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Department of the Army Director of Naval Intelligence, Department of the Navy Assistant Chief of Staff, Intelligence, Department of the Air Force Supreme Allied Commander, Europe Commander in Chief, Pacific The Department of the Interior The Secretary of the Interior Federal Bureau of Investigation The Director Atomic Energy Commission The Chairman National Security Agency The Director National Indications Center The Director United States Information Agency. 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