General Mchulpich plots a coup with the CIA and South Vietnam to secede two provinces from Cambodia.
A documentary produced by the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) that covers the history, land reform, industry, religion, educational system, and urban activities of Taiwan.
A reporter must choose between helping expose the truth or accepting the world is ruled by a global network of ruthless insiders determined to wield power over all of mankind in a coming Dark State.
Two sadistic government agents interrogate a domestic terrorist, using unconventional methods.
The leaked 2012 video diary of schoolgirl Emily Turner, documenting her life as she faces the consequences of an underage pregnancy. But a private domestic drama soon turns into an extraordinary record of international importance with a series of mysterious events that force Emily and her family to recognize the significance of what has befallen her, heralding the end of days as we know them today.
Vietnam 1967: Military intelligence has collapsed, Viet Cong have infiltrated the clandestine American spy network, and the U.S. can't rely on the South Vietnamese. John Murphy, then an elite adviser, analyst, and operative for the Army, CIA, and South Vietnamese intelligence services, reveals the gray areas of critical, on-the-ground intelligence work, where trust is hard-won and easily lost.
In the name of the struggle against terrorism, a special operation - code named CONDOR - was conducted in the 1970s and '80s in South America. Its target were left-wing political dissidents, the organized labor and intellectuals. Condor soon became a network of military dictatorships supported by the U.S. State Department, the CIA, and Interpol.
Court Gentry is known as The Gray Man – a legend in the covert realm, moving silently from job to job, accomplishing the impossible, and then fading away. And he always hits his target. But there are forces more lethal than Gentry in the world, and in their eyes, Gentry has just outlived his usefulness. Now, he is going to prove that for him, there is no gray area between killing for a living, and killing to stay alive.
What threads of history bind Manhattan's Ground Zero to those of Nagasaki and Hiroshima? Or connect sight to truth, games to war, or the silkworm to the drone? What does the United States hold to be the role of science in warfare? How has war historically been waged in Buddhist traditions? These are some of the topics addressed in Eyewar: 80 minutes of found footage which traces the development of the digital image from the maps of the second century to the screens of the twenty-first, and the uses of the field of cybernetics from Japan in the 1940s to Chile in the 1970s and Iraq in the 1990s.
It fought against international terrorism in South America and watched out for our allies abroad...but what else did it do?...What are the true secrets of the C.I.A.?
An operative for the CIA is captured and interrogated by Korean officials; his bosses, in order to protect national security, decide to bring an old operative out of retirement to retrieve both the agent and the vital information in his possession.
While helping the CIA to develop a deadly computer virus, a computer engineer finds himself as the target of an assassination.
American CIA operative Robert Ames attempts to forge a healthy relationship between the U.S. and nations in the Middle East, but tragedy strikes in 1983 when a bomb detonates outside the American Embassy in Beruit.
In 1984's Nicaragua, a mysterious English businessman and a headstrong American journalist strike up a passionate romance as they soon become embroiled in a dangerous labyrinth of lies and conspiracies and are forced to try and escape the country.
For 50 years, Berlin was the symbol of the Cold War. The city at the heart of the intelligence war between the US and the Soviet bloc. Thousands of KGB or CIA, agents observed each other, cogs in the biggest information war in history.
In 1970, at the height of the Vietnam War and on the heels of Nixon's announcement that U.S. troops would invade Cambodia, a mild-mannered English professor at UC Berkeley completed a startling book called The War Conspiracy. Yet, despite the fact that the author's publisher was Bobbs Merrill, a major literary brand, the book never reached the public domain. Little did the professor know there were powerful forces working behind the scenes to prevent its release. He would later discover that through its ties to ITT, a major shareholder in Bobbs Merrill, the Central Intelligence Agency was able to suppress the book.
Tracking the covert history of CIA drug smuggling from Nicaragua to Arkansas and South Central Los Angeles, GNN sheds light on the darkest secret of the Agency's operational directorate. Cut to the ambient Hip Hop loops of DJ Trek-e, Crack The CIA features explosive footage of Mike Ruppert's historical televised confrontation with CIA Director John Deutch.