Congressional Notification of Foreign Policy
Committee members heard testimony concerning compliance with the National Security Act which requires the president to notify Congress,… read more
Committee members heard testimony concerning compliance with the National Security Act which requires the president to notify Congress, especially the Senate Select Intelligence Committee, of both covert operations and intelligence information. The testimony focused on covert U.S. arms sales to Bosnia via Iran in 1994 and intelligence before the bombing of a U.S. base in Saudi Arabia in June 1996. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Morton H. Halperin Senior Fellow Council on Foreign Relations
- Michael J. Matheson Adviser Department of State->Legal Affairs
- F. Whitten Peters Deputy General Counsel Department of Defense
- Arlen Specter U.S. Senator [R] Pennsylvania
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