Synopsis by Elizabeth Smith
This final installment of the three-part series provides an in-depth study of the Central Intelligence Agency's tools for destabilizing foreign governments. It gives critical attention to tactics employed by the CIA, including the planting of misinformation in foreign news sources. Questions are raised as to whether or not American corporations, in an effort to secure their foreign financial stakes, have tried to influence their government's handling of foreign affairs. The program also reviews President Richard M. Nixon's alleged involvement in approving coup attempts in South American countries.
agent [representative], CIA (Central-Intelligence-Agency), foreign-policy, intelligence [gov't]