Colloquium on Clandestine Collection

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Date30 December 1981 - 31 December 1981
ParticipantsDaniel C. Arnold, Arnold Beichman, Michael A. Berta, Richard K. Betts, Seymour Bolten, Adda B. Bozeman, Robert Brown, Eugen F. Burgstaller, Lawrence Chickering, Ray Cline, Robert Chapman, Angelo Codevilla, Eugene Douglas, Robert L. DeGross, Roland H. del Mar, Fred H. Demech, David Dorn, John J. Dziak, John Eliff, Manfred Eimer, Owen Frisby, Richard H. Giza, Kenneth E. deGraffenreid, Roy Godson, Daniel O. Graham, John Guenther, Samuel Halpern, William R. Harris, William J. Hood, G. Phillip Hughes, Samuel P. Huntington, Wynfred Joshua, David Kahn, George Kalaris, Roger Kaplan, Amrom Katz, Victor Kellan, Merrill T. Kelly, William Kucewicz, Walter Laqueur, Morris I. Leibman, Carnes R. Lord, Edward N. Luttwak, David Martin, John M. Maury, James M. McCrery, William McGhee, Francis J. McNamara, Alan Miller, John Norton Moore, Dorothy Nicolosi, Robert A. O'Brian, Nils H. Ohman, Richard Pipes, William D. Robertson, Raymond Rocca, Herbert Romerstein, Antonin Scalia, Mark Schneider, Paul Seabury, Jerry Seib, Theodore Shackley, John Sherburne, Abram Shulsky, Richard Schultz, Robert Simmons, Daniel R. Southerland, Lawrence B. Sulc, Lyle Theisen, Robert C. Walker, Allen Weinstein, Gus Weiss, Arthur A. Zuehlke
DescriptionA spooky colloquium in Washington DC

The Colloquium on Clandestine Collection was held in Washington D.C. on 30-31 December 1981.[1] The gathering, convened by the Consortium for the Study of Intelligence, involved "over sixty academics,journalists, current and former senior intelligence specialists, and practitioners serving in both the Executive and Legislative branches of the US government.[2]

List of participants


Known Participants

20 of the 73 of the participants already have pages here:

Arnold Beichman
Richard BettsUS spook
Ray ClineSenior CIA, spoke at the 1979 Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism
Angelo CodevillaStaff in Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Professor of international relations. Proponent of the Strategic Defense Initiative. Defender of the Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard.
John J. Dziak
Richard H. GizaUS spook, DIA
Roy Godson
Daniel GrahamIran-Contra connected CIA/DIA spook
Samuel HalpernCIA officer from 1947 to 1974
Samuel Huntington
George KalarisCIA officer from 1952 to 1980
Walter LaqueurGerman-Jewish (later American) historian professor of History and "terror expert" who attended the 1981 Colloquium on Clandestine Collection
Edward LuttwakNeoconservative military strategist, author of Coup d'État: A Practical Handbook
David MartinSpooky MEP
John Maury
Richard PipesHawkish cold warrior historian
Raymond RoccaCIA counterintelligence officer and specialist on the Soviet Union
Antonin ScaliaUS judge
Jerry SeibWall Street Journal journalist and Washington bureau chief. Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, attended spooky 1981 Colloquium on Clandestine Collection. Briefly detained in Iran in 1987, accused of being an Israeli spy.
Theodore ShackleyA key member of the US deep state, involved in a huge list of deep events from the JFK assassination, Iran Contra, Arms for Libya and possibly also 9-11
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  1. Roy Godson (ed), Intelligence Requirements for the 1980': Clandestine Collection, National Strategy Information Center, 1982, p.225.
  2. Roy Godson (ed), Intelligence Requirements for the 1980': Clandestine Collection, National Strategy Information Center, 1982, p.2.
  3. Roy Godson (ed), Intelligence Requirements for the 1980': Clandestine Collection, National Strategy Information Center, 1982, pp.227-231.