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Name  Charles Cogan

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Charles G. Cogan (born 1928) is an academic and former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer (1954 to 1991). Currently an Associate at Harvard University's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, at the CIA Cogan's roles included chief of the Near East and South Asia Division in the CIA's Directorate of Operations (mid-1979 to mid-1984) and Paris station chief (1984 - 1989).

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Books

  • Oldest Allies, Guarded Friends: the United States and France Since 1940, Praeger 1994, ISBN 0-275-95116-2.
  • Charles de Gaulle: A Brief Biography with Documents, Bedford Books of St. Martin's Press, 1996, ISBN 0-312-12804-5.
  • Forced to Choose: France, the Atlantic Alliance, and NATO - Then and Now, Praeger, 1997, ISBN 0-275-95704-7.
  • The Third Option: the Emancipation of European Defense, 1989-2000, Praeger, 2001, ISBN 0-275-96948-7.
  • French Negotiating Behavior: Dealing with La Grande Nation (USIP Press, 2003).
  • La République de Dieu, Editions Jacob-Duvernet, 2008, ISBN 978-2-84724-183-9.
  • References

    Charles Cogan Wikipedia


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