Active Measures

Активные Мероприятия | Aktivnyye Meropriyatiya: Agent-operational measures aimed at exerting useful influence on aspects of the political life of a target country which are of interest, its foreign policy, the solution of international problems, misleading the adversary, undermining and weakening his positions, the disruption of his hostile plans, and the achievement of other aims. (Mitrokhin, Vasili (2013-01-11). KGB Lexicon: The Soviet Intelligence Officers Handbook (p. 13). Taylor and Francis. Kindle Edition.)

American Intelligence Veterans File Amicus Brief in Lawsuit vs Trump et al

Published: 2017 December 14

The news story, by Natasha Bertrand writing at Business Insider: Former high-level officials submit 'unusual' Russia brief in lawsuit against Trump and Roger Stone

Brief Of Former National Security Officials As Amici Curiae
00. Case 1:17-cv-01370-ESH Document 36-1 Filed 12/08/17

Table of Authorities as listed in the above Brief

  1. Steve Abrams, Beyond Propaganda: Soviet Active Measures in Putin’s Russia, Connections Q.J. 15, 5 (2016)
  2. Dir. of Cent. Intelligence, National Intelligence Estimate, The USSR and the Third World (Sept. 19, 1984)
  3. Intelligence Community Assessment, Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent U.S. Elections (Jan. 6, 2017)
  4. Mark Galeotti, The ‘Trump Dossier,’ or How Russia Helped America Break Itself, Tablet, June 13, 2017
  5. Mark Galeotti, Controlling Chaos: How Russia Manages Its Political War in Europe, European Council on Foreign Relations (Aug. 2017)
  6. U.S. Dep’t of State, Bureau of Pub. Affairs, Soviet ‘Active Measures’: Forgery, Disinformation, Political Operations (Oct. 1981)
  7. Soviet Active Measures in the United States, 1986-87, Prepared by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Cong. Rec. E4717
  8. Soviet Active Measures: Hearings before the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence House of Representatives, 97th Cong., 2nd Session (July 13-14, 1983)< br/> Source: