Kathleen McGrath Christison
Kathleen McGrath Christison of Sante Fe, NM, is a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) analyst. Until the announcement of her resignation on July 15, 2003, she was a member of the steering committee of the Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity.
In a January 23, 2002, letter to President George Walker Bush asking "Military Leaders, Diplomats, Academics Urge President Bush Not to Extend Military Action to Iraq," Christison identified herself as a "former Political Analyst on the Middle East, Central Intelligence Agency."
Other Related SourceWatch Resources
- From Iraq to the Occupied Territories: Counting the Cost of America's Middle East Policy, Report from a Palestine Center briefing by William and Kathleen Christison, April 18, 2003.
- Kathleen and Bill Christison, Why We Resigned from VIPS. It's About Policies, Not Personalities, CounterPunch, July 15, 2003.
- Kathleen and Bill Christison, The Pervasive Fear of Talking About the Israeli Connection, CounterPunch, 14 December 2003
- Kathleen and Bill Christison, A Rose By Another Other Name; The Bush Administration's Dual Loyalties, CounterPunch, 13 December 2002