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CIA Future #340281

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 16, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jim Stewart) Role of the CIA in the changing world political climate examined. August 22 USSR scenes shown of Soviets pulling down KGB founder's statue. [Intelligence Committee chairman Senator David BOREN - says we can't continue with the CIA the way we have in the past.] Scenes from movie "The Russia House" and historical film of spies shown. [Former CIA director Stansfield TURNER - says a lot of people will have to be trained in new cultures, languages and economic situations.] Transfer since the coup of CIA employees from the Soviet to other divisions; CIA emphasis on new areas such as ethnic strife, terrorism, drug trafficking and spying on foreign business competitors mentioned. [TURNER - says there's nothing different about spying to help businesses.]

Rather, Dan;
Stewart, Jim

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