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The Resource La CIA en México, Manuel Buendía

La CIA en México, Manuel Buendía

Label
La CIA en México
Title
La CIA en México
Statement of responsibility
Manuel Buendía
Title variation
C.I.A. en México
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Contributor
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Language
spa
Summary
  • 520 Parece no haber dudas entre los analistas de que una parte de la garra de la CIA reposa precisamente en Mex́ico. Aunque no existen datos precisos al respecto, la paciente labor de numerosos investigadores - muchos de ellos iniciados en su trabajo a raiź del despertar que trajo consigo el terrible episodio de Vietnam - permite componer un cuadro aproximado de las actividades de la CIA, una de las dos mas poderosas y mejor organizadas instituciones de espionaje - la otra seria la KGB. Y en ese cuadro, en cuyas pinceladas se ven intervenciones, golpes de estado, secuestros, asesinatos, subversioń generalizada y una mirada de agencias y organismos menores al servicio de la CIA, desde period́icos hasta agrupaciones "religiosas", destaca claramente un rasgo: la mayor estacioń de la CIA fuera de Estados Unidos esta en Mex́ico. Si. No es Teheran, Tokio, Moscu, Taipei o Viena donde se concentran las energiás de la Agencia Central de Inteligencia. Es en nuestro propio paiś. Pero curiosamente es aqui,́ quizaś, en donde menor ha sido el esfuerzo para poner al descubierto las actividades de esa fauna siniestra - con la excepcioń notable de Manuel Buendia. Instalado en el ejercicio de un periodismo profundo y documentado, Buendia ha dedicado una buena parte de su actividad profesional al agrupamiento paciente de datos e informaciones - que muchas veces por si solos no significan nada - sobre la agencia e inteligentemente hilvanados le han permitido exponer ante la opinioń publica la identidad no solo de numerosos agentes del espionaje norteamericano aqui,́ sino incluso la de llamados "jefes de estacioń" de la CIA - hazana que muy pocos de los estudiosos de esa organizacioń podrián reclamar para si.
  • There seems to be no doubt among analysts that part of the CIA's grip rests precisely in Mexico. Although there are no precise data in this regard, the patient work of numerous researchers - many of them initiated in their work as a result of the awakening that brought the terrible episode of Vietnam - allows to compose an approximate picture of the activities of the CIA, one of the two more powerful and better organized espionage institutions - the other would be the KGB. And in that painting, in whose brushstrokes are seen interventions, coups d'et́at, kidnappings, assassinations, generalized subversion and a look of agencies and smaller organisms to the service of the CIA, from newspapers to "religious" groups, a feature clearly stands out: The largest CIA station outside the United States is in Mexico. Yes. It is not Teheran, Tokyo, Moscow, Taipei or Vienna where the energies of the Central Intelligence Agency are concentrated. It is in our own country. But curiously it is here, perhaps, where the effort has been less to expose the activities of this sinister fauna - with the notable exception of Manuel Buendia. Installed in the exercise of a deep and documented journalism, Buendia has devoted a good part of his professional activity to the patient grouping of data and information - that often by itself does not mean anything - about the agency and intelligently basted they have allowed him to expose the opinion publishes the identity not only of numerous agents of American espionage here, but even that of so-called "station chiefs" of the CIA - a fact that very few of the scholars of that organization could claim for themselves
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Literary form
non fiction
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La CIA en México, Manuel Buendía
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Publication
Note
Chiefly articles published 1973-1983 in El Día, El Sol, El Universal, and Excelsiór
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
934659572
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
6. ed.
Extent
226 pages
Isbn
9789684930469
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Purchased, 2015 (Access. No. 2015-080). From the library of Charles Bowden. Attached to front free endpaper: El Ágora bookstore sales ticket with price stickers (1 slip). Paperbound.
System control number
(OCoLC)934659572
Label
La CIA en México, Manuel Buendía
Publication
Note
Chiefly articles published 1973-1983 in El Día, El Sol, El Universal, and Excelsiór
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
934659572
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
6. ed.
Extent
226 pages
Isbn
9789684930469
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Purchased, 2015 (Access. No. 2015-080). From the library of Charles Bowden. Attached to front free endpaper: El Ágora bookstore sales ticket with price stickers (1 slip). Paperbound.
System control number
(OCoLC)934659572

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