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ABA HOLDS BREAKFAST TO DISCUSS RUSSIAN SECURITY ISSUES

 ABA HOLDS BREAKFAST TO DISCUSS RUSSIAN SECURITY ISSUES
 Since the dismantling of the Soviet Union and the KGB, what changes are taking place in Russia's security and intelligence operations? How will civilian control of its security, intelligence, and police services be established? What are the U.S. national security implications of a Russian security and intelligence operation in flux?
 In 1988, Vadim Bakatin was appointed minister of internal affairs, taking control over the Soviet Union's uniformed police forces. After the failed coup attempt of August 1991, Mikhail Gorbachev appointed him chairman of the KGB. In one of his first addresses since leaving office, Bakatin and Oleg Kalugin, a retired major general of the Soviet KGB, will examine these and other Russian security issues at a breakfast sponsored by the American Bar Association.
 WHAT: "The Future of the Russian Security Service:
 What Is It and What Will It Be"
 Breakfast discussion
 WHO: Vadim Bakatin, former KGB chairman following the
 failed coup of Mikhail Gorbachev and former
 minister of internal affairs; Oleg Kalugin,
 retired major general of the KGB
 WHEN: Thursday, Sept. 17
 8 a.m.
 WHERE: University Club
 1135 16th Street, N.W.
 Washington
 TO REGISTER: Contact Daiva Miller, ABA Standing Committee on Law
 and National Security, 1501 Trombone Court, Vienna,
 Va. 22182; telephone 703-242-0629.
 NOTE: Interested media should contact Lisa R. Davis, ABA, 1800 M Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036; telephone 202-331-2602.
 CONTACT: Lisa R. Davis of the American Bar Association, 202-331-2602.
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