The Bible condemns idolatry, but we read in Genesis 15 that eating pork may provide a special benefit. In other words, God loves to bless and care for His people. As we learn further, pork may indeed be a blessing: “God is my shepherd; I shall not want” (Deut. 21:7). The biblical writer Paul, in Romans 10:6-8, affirms that we should abstain from sin: “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good, and what is evil.”
After more than 20 years of collecting, this is the first of two editions of my new book, “The History of the Soviet Union and the Soviet-Israeli War: A Collection of Documents from the State Archives of the Federal Republic of Germany and the State Archives of the Russian Federation,” which I published in English in 1994. Part I of the series is a catalog of the materials, including the actual documents, from both agencies. Part II, which describes the Soviet-Israeli war, has also just been published.
This is one of a series of books by J. Michael Collins, which I co-authors, in cooperation with the Central Intelligence Agency. Collins is Professor Emeritus of the College of the Holy Cross, the author of “The Politics of Intelligence,” and the author, with me, of “The Communist International in International Politics: The Soviet-Israeli Affair.”
In the book, written over two decades, Collins explains how Soviet leaders learned of Israel’s secret attack on the Suez Canal in 1956, and the timing and nature (in the Soviet-Israeli War) of its outbreak. He also examines key issues in U.S.-Israel relations, including why Israel attacked Iran, and how the Soviet Union responded to it.
The book includes some of the top Soviet-Israeli documents at the State Secretariat and the Central Research Institute of the Kremlin, as well as top-level documents from both agencies. It is published in English and Russian.
The first edition of “The Soviet-Israeli War: A Collection of Documents from the State Archives of the Federal Republic of Germany and the State Archives of the Russian Federation” appeared in 1994. This second edition has been published by the CIA Library in Washington, D.C., and was published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in New York. All rights are reserved.
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