Angelo Codevilla served as a U.S. Naval Officer from 1969-1971 and a Foreign Service Officer from 1976-1978. He was a Senior Staff Member for the Senate Intelligence Committee from 1978-1985, and served on the Reagan Administration State Department and Intelligence Transition Teams in 1980. He acted as an advisor to the Senate Select Committee during the Pollard arrest and conviction. Since 1995 Codevilla has been a Professor of International Relations at Boston University.
This page contains articles written by Codevilla, as well as an interview of him.
- July 10: Intelligence Assessment of Pollard Case
- Aug. 6: Israel's Spy Was Right About Saddam: The Wall Street Journal
- Jan. 2: Justice and Jonathan Pollard: The Washington Post
- June 7: China's New Hostages: The Washington Times
- July 17: The True Motives Behind the Sentencing of Jonathan Pollard: An Interview with Angelo Codevilla
- July 24: Leading Defense Aide Says U.S. Lies About Pollard: Middle East Newsline
- Dec. 8: Pollard Was No Pelton: The Forward (NY)
- Oct. 28: The Wrong Man at Langley: The National Review
- Nov. 5: Doc: Professor Angelo Codevilla's letter to President Obama (jpeg)
- Dec. 17: Intel analyst offers expert testimony to Obama on Pollard: Gil Hoffman - The Jerusalem Post