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The brainchild of University of ...
The brainchild of University of Kansas anthropologist Felix Moos, who was advocating it as early as 1995, PRISP was originally a $4m pilot project funded under section 318 of the 2004 Intelligence Authorization Act.
Felix Moos, who has been an ...
Felix Moos, who has been an anthropology professor at the University of Kansas for 47 years, is helping train the human terrain teams at nearby Fort Leavenworth.
Colleagues who oppose his actions have called him a "killer for hire."
"In my view this is a ...
"In my view this is a much more decentralized warfare that we've faced now than before," said Felix Moos, a Kansas University emeritus anthropology professor who has taught a course on intelligence and terrorism.
Moos said it was understandable for Americans to celebrate bin Laden's death, although he
and other terrorist groups have seemed to evolve since 9/11.
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The ROTC-style program is the brainchild of Felix Moos, a Kansas University professor of anthropology, and is part of an effort to attract qualified candidates to the field of intelligence gathering, especially in targeted areas of the world, including Afghanistan, China, Korea and the Middle East.The program was suggested by Moos to Roberts, who shepherded the measure through Congress, which approved $4 million for the pilot project.
The Intelligence-University Complex: CIA Secretly Supports Scholarships
• Felix Moos, professor of anthropology who teaches at Kansas University.PRISP is largely the brain-child of professor Moos who brought the idea for the program to Senator Roberts.
And we're joined by the man who was involved in the creation of these scholarships, Felix Moos
, joins us from Kansas, Professor of Anthropology, who teaches at Kansas University
.PRISP is largely his
brought the idea forward for the program to his
senator, Roberts.Lets first go to Professor Moos
.Your idea for this and, specifically, for anthropologists.FELIX MOOS: Yes.
: Well, the initial idea was that we desperately need people who are competent in foreign languages and areas, which we don't have.
...AMY GOODMAN: Professor Felix Moos.
: That's not true.That's not true.