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Evening with Jim Woolsey
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When: Tuesday, June 28th, 2011
7:00 PM
Where: International Spy Museum
800 F St NW
Washington, District of Columbia  20004
United States
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Former U.S. Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) R. James Woolsey headed the CIA and intelligence community at a time of great change and challenge. Woolsey was appointed by President Clinton in 1993 to serve as DCI. The position then included the functions of what is today the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), as well as the Director of the CIA (DCIA).

During this intimate dinner, Woolsey will share what it was like to serve as DCI during that tumultuous time: the Cold War was ending and the Agency was suffering from the recent revelation that intelligence officer Aldrich Ames had been a Soviet mole inside the Agency. Witnessing the aftermath of the Cold War and the rise of tensions and conflict around the world, Woolsey famously said in 1992, "we have slain a large dragon, but we now live in a jungle filled with a bewildering variety of poisonous snakes.”

You will be one of only 20 guests at Zola for a three-course dinner and wine-pairing where you'll talk with Woolsey about his current concerns—from his views on the war in Afghanistan to the looming threat of cyberespionage. Come participate in his lively exchange hosted by CIA veteran and International Spy Museum executive director Peter Earnest, who served as DCI Woolsey's spokesman.

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