UNITED STATES WHEREAS the director central of intelligence declared that in "rare" instances the CIA would consider using journalists in espionage investigations to be effective and to avoid falling into danger, journalists must never be confused with spies or other agents of government numerous news organizations have condemned the uncertainty that the CIA Director's remarks created and have demanded that use of journalists for espionage be forbidden THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE IAPA RESOLVES to condemn the use of journalists of any nation as spies or secret agents or the use of journalism as a cover by the ClA or any other government agency to deplore suggestions that they might be so used to demand that the United States government openly and unambiguously ban the use of journalists in any espionage or other secret operations.