CIA - translation to french
Diclib.com
Online Dictionary

CIA - translation to french

NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY OF THE UNITED STATES
United States Central Intelligence Agency; CIA; C.I.A.; CIA proprietary company; Cia; Virginia farmboys; Virginia farm boys; C.I.A; United States. Central Intelligence Agency; The CIA; USA CIA; The Central Intelligence Agency; Central Intellegence Agency; Suspected and confirmed CIA operations; CIA operation; US warfare research program; CIA Activities by Region: Near East, North Africa, South and Southwest Asia; CIA in the Near East, North Africa, South and Southwest Asia; CIA activities in South Korea; CIA activities in Uzbekistan; CIA activities in Australia; National Photographic Intelligence Center; Office of Development and Engineering; Center for the Study of Intelligence; Cia activities in algeria; Cia activities in argentina; Cia activities in asia and the pacific; Cia activities in australia; Cia activities in guyana; Cia activities in haiti; Cia activities in jordan; Cia activities in libya; Cia activities in morocco; Cia activities in new zealand; Cia activities in south korea; Cia activities in sri lanka; Cia activities in tunisia; Cia activities in turkey; Cia activities in uzbekistan; Cia activities in venezuela; Cia activities in yemen; Cia activities in the philippines; CIA activities in Asia-Pacific; CIA operative; American Central Intelligence Agency; CIA operations; Abuses of CIA authority, 1970s–1990s; CIA officer; American CIA; CIA Agent; IOC/AG; CIA.gov; Cia.gov; American C.I.A.; Central Intelligance Agency; Office of Russian and European Analysis; U.S. Central Intelligence Agency; Central Intelligence Agent; Abuses of CIA authority, 1970s-1990s; CIA Reading Room; CIA FOIA; Central Intelligence Agency Directorate of Intelligence; CIA Directorate of Intelligence; @CIA; CIA analyst; Central Inteligence Agency; US Central Intelligence Agency; Polygraphs for CIA employment; Polygraphs of CIA employees
  • The CIA prepared a series of leaflets announcing bounties for those who turned in or denounced individuals suspected of association with the [[Taliban]] or [[Al-Qaeda]].
  • 270x270px
  • 272x272px
  • William J. Burns]], the current [[Director of the Central Intelligence Agency]]
  • The 139 stars on the [[CIA Memorial Wall]] in the original CIA headquarters, each representing a CIA officer killed in action
  • url-status=live }}</ref>
  • Chart showing the organization of the Central Intelligence Agency
  • Bagram Airbase]], 2002
  • US Secretary of Defense]] and former [[Director of Central Intelligence]] [[Robert Gates]] meeting with Russian Minister of Defense and ex-KGB officer [[Sergei Ivanov]], 2007
  • 1954 CIA Guatemalan coup d'état]].
  • Early CORONA/KH-4B imagery [[IMINT]] satellite
  • A-12]] OXCART.
  • Iranian]] Prime Minister [[Mohammad Mosaddegh]] in 1953.
  • drone]]. These models are exact replicas at one-sixth scale of the real planes. All three had photographic capabilities. The U-2 was one of the first espionage planes developed by the CIA. The A-12 set unheralded flight records. The D-21 drone was one of the first crewless aircraft ever built. [[Lockheed Martin]] donated all three models to the CIA.
  • Nixon Oval Office meeting with H.R. Haldeman "Smoking Gun" Conversation, June 23, 1972 ([https://web.archive.org/web/20160729063732/https://www.nixonlibrary.gov/forresearchers/find/tapes/watergate/trial/exhibit_01.pdf full transcript])
  • Map of participating countries in [[Operation Condor]]. Green: active members, Blue: collaborators (United States)
  • President [[Gerald Ford]] meeting with CIA Director-designate [[George H. W. Bush]], December 17, 1975
  • GCC]]-U.S. Summit in Riyadh in April 2016. [[Saudi Arabia]] was involved in the CIA-led [[Timber Sycamore]] covert operation.
  • 214x214px
  • The [[Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA torture]] that details the use of torture during CIA detention and interrogation
  • [[Lockheed U-2]] "Dragon Lady", the first generation of near-space reconnaissance aircraft
  • Critics assert that funding the Afghan [[mujahideen]] (''[[Operation Cyclone]]'') played a role in causing the [[September 11 attacks]].

CIA      
CIA, Central Intelligence Agency, United States government agency that deals with national security issues
DGSE         
French agency dealing with national security issues (similar to CIA)
Reuel Gerecht      
Reuel Gerecht, author and journalist, former CIA agent and expert on Iran and Iranian culture and people

Definition

CIA
The CIA is the government organization in the United States that collects secret information about other countries. CIA is an abbreviation for 'Central Intelligence Agency'.
N-PROPER: the N

Wikipedia

Central Intelligence Agency

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA; ), known informally as the Agency and historically as the company, is a civilian foreign intelligence service of the federal government of the United States, officially tasked with gathering, processing, and analyzing national security information from around the world, primarily through the use of human intelligence (HUMINT) and conducting covert action. As a principal member of the United States Intelligence Community (IC), the CIA reports to the Director of National Intelligence and is primarily focused on providing intelligence for the President and Cabinet of the United States. Following the dissolution of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) at the end of World War II, President Harry S. Truman created the Central Intelligence Group under the direction of a Director of Central Intelligence by presidential directive on January 22, 1946, and this group was transformed into the Central Intelligence Agency by implementation of the National Security Act of 1947.

Unlike the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), which is a domestic security service, the CIA has no law enforcement function and is mainly focused on overseas intelligence gathering, with only limited domestic intelligence collection. The CIA serves as the national manager for HUMINT, coordinating activities across the IC. It also carries out covert action at the behest of the President. It exerts foreign political influence through its paramilitary operations units, such as the Special Activities Center. The CIA was instrumental in establishing intelligence services in many countries, such as Germany's BND. It has also provided support to several foreign political groups and governments, including planning, coordinating, training in torture, and technical support. It was involved in many regime changes, and carrying out terrorist attacks and planned assassinations of foreign leaders.

Since 2004, the CIA is organized under the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI). Despite having had some of its powers transferred to the DNI, the CIA has grown in size as a response to the September 11 attacks. In 2013, The Washington Post reported that in the fiscal year 2010, the CIA had the largest budget of all IC agencies, exceeding previous estimates.

The CIA has increasingly expanded its role, including covert paramilitary operations. One of its largest divisions, the Information Operations Center (IOC), has officially shifted focus from counterterrorism to offensive cyber operations.

The agency has been the subject of many controversies, including human rights violations, domestic wiretapping, propaganda, and allegations of drug trafficking.

Pronunciation examples for CIA
1. the CIA
ted-talks_850_JeremyJackson_2010Z-320k
2. The CIA.
The Recruit (2003)
3. He was CIA.
Red (2010)
4. with the CIA stuff.
Snowfall _ Dave Andron _ Talks at Google
5. about the CIA.
Snowfall _ Dave Andron _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of CIA
1. Les techniques de la CIA sont elles–męmes secr';tes.
2. Les services secrets militaires avaient aidé la CIA pour l‘opération.
3. Sa femme Valérie Plame n‘est plus espionne à la CIA.
4. Des membres de l‘Union accusés d‘avoir collaboré avec la CIA.
5. Nom Mot de passe Mot de passe oublié? Acc';s d‘un jour Agrandir le texte Réduire le texte Imprimer l‘article Transmettre Liens relatifs Lire l‘article «Affaire de la CIA: le fond plutôt que la fuite» en rubrique Editorial Le dossier sur la Suisse et les prisons secr';tes de la CIA Débattre Prisons secr';tes de la CIA: que doit faire la Suisse?