Publication: Monitor Volume: 2 Issue: 51

The unusual presence of U.S. CIA director John Deutch at the peacekeeping summit in Egypt reflected hopes among several of its leading participants that national intelligence assets might somehow be pooled into a kind of Terrorism Interpol, as one report put it, to enhance the battle against terrorism. (3) This particular aspect of the summit’s activities presumably explained the dominant representation of the special services in Russia’s summit delegation. It included Mikhail Barsukov, head of the Federal Security Service, Vyacheslav Trubnikov, head of Foreign Intelligence, and Yevgeny Primakov, now the foreign minister but until only recently the head of Russian Foreign Intelligence.

Poor Security at Nuclear Sites in Former Soviet Union.