Andy Young's Undoing

Blitzer, Wolf
September 1979
New Republic;9/15/79, Vol. 181 Issue 11, p11
Reports that United States intelligence officers knew about the meeting of United Nations (UN) Ambassador Andrew Young with a Palestine Liberation Organization representative. Interception of Arab missions at the UN by the National Security Agency (NSA); Knowledge of foreign diplomats of the NSA monitor; Resignation of Young after his indiscretion.


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