Twenty-eighteen is the 40th anniversary of the founding of CovertAction Quarterly (CAQ) and its publisher Covert Action Publications, Inc. Former writers and publishers of CAQ are relaunching as CovertAction Magazine (CAM).
The relaunch team includes former co-founder, publisher and writer, Louis Wolf, as well as other investigative journalists, professors and organizers who worked with the magazine in the past. The team specializes in, among other areas, covert action, intelligence, political economy, imperialism, repression, surveillance, labor and social justice. See our masthead for more information.
Covert Action Publications, Inc. will also publish several books including a compilation of the best of CAQ, an Encyclopedia of Espionage and a republication of Philip Agee’s CIA Diary: Inside the Company and On The Run. Agee’s books will include many of his iconic papers and articles.
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I like this website very much, Its a very nice office to read and incur information.
Excellent magazine. I was very happy to be published by covert action in the 1990s and look forward to submitting more in the future.
Awesome. The “Full back-issue” link above is broken and I am interested in this. Thanks.
It’s been a long time. Kudos on hanging in there.
— A former subscriber
Dear Chris, Congratulations on the re-birth of the Covert Action brand in this new media vehicle. I’ll be interested in seeing how it develops.