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32 G R E A T POWER COMPETITION F O R OVERSEAS BASES Even foreign embassies have come to house technical facilities which are part of the access game, whether overt or clandestine, and whether with the host's permission and knowledge or not. There have been numerous news reports about Soviet facilities in their Washington embassy which can intercept telephone communications in the United States, and it is presumed that such activities are conducted elsewhere as well. (45) A l l of these matters have rendered the subject of basing access more and more complex, albeit not always visible, in recent times.
S. Naval Institute Proceedings, March 1980, pp. 35-41 for an overview of current ASW technology and tactics. See also R . H. Freeman, 1973). S. S. Naval Institute Proceedings, March 1980, pp. S. Naval Institute Proceedings, March 1980, pp. 122-123; Capt. Andrew C . A . S. Naval Institute Proceedings, March 1980, pp. 118-119; and particularly, Thomas S. Burns, The Secret War for the Ocean Depths ( N e w York: Rawson, 1978), pp. 91-94, 154, 158. (43) Burns, The Secret War, p. 311, refers to Soviet sonar detection devices found on the beaches of Iceland, consisting of a string of 32 hydrophones, 11 feet long, weighing more than a ton.
36-43. (38) See Siegel, "Diego Garcia," p. 6. , pp. 6-7. S. Senate, C o m m i t t e e on Foreign Relations, 91st Congress, 2nd Session, vols. : G P O ) . (40) Although l i t t l e is available in the open literature regarding Soviet overseas technical facilities, it is here presumed that such installations are normally - and extensively - colocated with other major Soviet facilities in key client states. S. communications have received some press reportage. See, for instance, "Senate Panel Calls a Hearing on Intelligence on Cuba," N e w York Times, September 42 G R E A T POWER COMPETITION F O R OVERSEAS BASES 7, 1979, p.