Central Intelligence Agency

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an independent agency of the United States government responsible for collecting and coordinating intelligence and counterintelligence activities abroad in the national interest

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The only reason this change of attitude did not destroy military recruiting efforts is that the need for new recruits plummeted with the end of the Cold War.
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Sandra Trinidad, a CSUN graduate art student, said she would like to see additions of scenes depicting the riots following the 1992 Rodney King case, the 1994 Northridge Earthquake, the end of the Cold War, and resistance to anti-illegal-immigrant Proposition 187.
And I chose to come here now because, contrary to public opinion and despite the end of the Cold War, our government has not relinquished one iota of its capacity for waging nuclear war, and it has no intention of doing so.
On the international scene, with the end of the Cold War, many countries making the difficult transition to democracy are seeking services related to peacekeeping, military stabilization and new equipment fielding and training," said Mr.
By the early '90s, the end of the Cold War had made "leader of the free world" a less awesome title.
The end of the Cold War brought with it an unprecedented scaling back of the military-industrial complex, and no region of the nation felt its effects more than Southern California.
Despite the claims of the foreign policy establishment, it has not been caused by the end of the Cold War.
In death, he was the intellectual titan who had foreseen and ushered in the end of the Cold War, the architect of domestic prosperity, the sage elder statesman who had overcome the "tragedy" of Watergate.
Dan Alspach based on his outstanding success in reinventing ORINCON at the end of the Cold War, his continual support in sponsoring special student projects, as well as his thoughtful leadership in improving and advancing our research program," said Robert W.
Both were nixed as inappropriate excesses in wartime, and at a time of NATO's greatest trial since the end of the Cold War.
This political strategy may have seemed outdated at the end of the Cold War, but it's making a comeback.
The end of the Cold War, after all, left the United States with an enormous, diplomatic and military establishment with little to justify its existence.
All are manifestations of a neofascist revival that has gained considerable momentum since the end of the Cold War.
The first signaled the end of the Cold War and the second signaled the beginning of a new era of global economic integration.