Intelligence Studies

Studies in Intelligence, Summer 2000, No. 9

2000
Unclassified Extracts from Studies in Intelligence

Special Events

Conference in Germany
On the Front Lines of the Cold War: The Intelligence War in Berlin
Donald P. Steury

Conference in Texas
US Intelligence and the End of the Cold War
Henry R. Appelbaum and John H. Hedley

Historical Perspectives

Entangled in History
The Vilification and Vindication of Colonel Kuklinski
Benjamin B. Fischer

Tracking Nazi “Gold”
The OSS and Project SAFEHAVEN
Donald P. Steury

Mr. Current Intelligence
An Interview with Richard Lehman
Richard Kovar

An Impressive Record
The American Joint Intelligence Committee and Estimates of the Soviet Union, 1945-1947
Larry A. Valero

Intelligence Today and Tomorrow

Walter L. Pforzheimer Award Winner
Prospects for a European Common Intelligence Policy
Ole R. Villadsen

Are We Our Own Worst Enemy
Safeguarding Information Operations
Stephen W. Magnan

COMMENTARY
Samuel J. Watson

Cover

Image of This Issue’s Cover

The sculpture depicted on the cover, executed by noted Santa Fe artist Veryl Goodnight, is entitled ‚”The Day The Wall Came Down,” and symbolizes personal freedom, especially the moment of joy shared around the world on November 9, 1989, when the Berlin Wall collapsed. Two castings of the 14,000-ton bronze sculpture exist, one at the Allied Museum in Berlin as a gift to the German people; the other at the George Bush Presidential Library, located on the campus of Texas A&M University.