An Empirical Analysis of Failed Intelligence Reforms Before September 11
AMY B. ZEGART examines the failures to reform U.S. intelligence agencies before the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks. She finds that during the 1990s, intelligence officials and policy makers understood the rising terrorist threat and the urgent need for reform, but failed to address critical organizational deficiencies.
The Domestic Politics of Irrational Intelligence Oversight, AMY B. ZEGART
Sharpening Strategic Intelligence: Why the CIA Gets it Wrong and What Needs to Be Done to Get it Right, Richard L. Russell Reviewed by AMY B. ZEGART
Presidential Commissions and National Security: The Politics of Damage Control, Kenneth Kitts Reviewed by AMY B. ZEGART
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