We study the propagation of radio waves through a medium possessing density
fluctuations that are elongated along the ambient magnetic field and described
by an anisotropic Goldreich-Sridhar power spectrum. We derive general formulas
for the wave phase structure function, visibility, angular broadening,
diffraction-pattern length scales, and scintillation time scale for arbitrary
distributions of turbulence along the line of sight, and specialize these
formulas to idealized cases.