Miller Center

The CIA and Arms Control

Speaker: Craig B Chellis
Date: March 25, 1994
Description
Craig Chellis, Special Assistant to the Director of the CIA for Arms Control, gives a lecture on the CIA?s work on arms control. Chellis be begins by explaining the inner workings of the American intelligence network. He continues to explain the critical role American intelligence officers play in arms control unlike their European counterparts. He discusses the changing intelligence environment and recollects his experience negotiating with the Soviet Union.

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