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|Subject||Central intelligence Agency (U.S.)|
|Publisher||Common Courage Press, Zed Books|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover, Paperback)|
|Preceded by||West-Bloc Dissident: A Cold War Memoir|
|Followed by||Freeing the World to Death: Essays on the American Empire|
Killing Hope: U.S. Military and C.I.A. Interventions since World War II is a history book on covert CIA operations and United States military interventions during the second half of the 20th century. It was written by former State Department employee William Blum. The book takes a strongly critical view of American foreign policy.
The book covers various US foreign policy ventures from just after World War II onward. Its basic premise is that the American Cold War-era activities abroad were done with imperialist motives. It is an updated and revised version of one of Blum's previous works, The CIA - A Forgotten History.
First published in the mid-1980s, it has since been updated several times by the author.
- Black Rose Books; New Ed edition (December 31, 2000) ISBN 1-55164-096-1
- 2003 revised edition (Common Courage Press) ISBN 1-56751-252-6
- Killing Hope at williamblum.org (contains on-line chapters)