by Center for National Security Studies
Washington, DC, United States
December 1975
4 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Angola, South Africa, Southern Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: FALL EVENTS • CONFERENCE ON CONTROLLING THE INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES • CNSS PRESS CONFERENCE ON LETTER TO FORD • NEW PUBLICATIONS • CNSS SPEAKS OUT • COMING UP • PROJECT ON SOUTHERN AFRICA • PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE AT CNSS • The newsletter says John Marks has travelled extensively to U.S. colleges, including universities in Florida, Minnesota, Massachusetts, Texas, and Louisiana. He continues to raise the issues of covert action abroad, and he now incorporates CIA activity in Angola as a primary case study. After extensive interviews with government officials and outside sources, Marks wrote an article detailing U.S. involvement in Angola which was read into the Congressional Record by Cong. Andy Young. The newsletter says Courtland Cox, one of the main contributors to this issue of the Intelligence Report, is Director of the Center's Project on Southern Africa; an expert in African affairs, and a prominent figure in the civil rights movement in the 1960's. Cox was named Secretary General of the Sixth Pan African Congress held in Dar-es-Salaam in June 1974. Cox covers U.S. foreign policy towards all of Southern Africa in his numerous articles and speaking engagements around the country; his work has been made available to the Congressional Black Caucus, the media, and organizations focusing on U.S. policy in Africa.

Used by permission of former members of the Center for National Security Studies.
Collection: Peter Weiss (Africa collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections