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Contents Dedication Chapter 1. The Central Intelligence Agency: Organizing for Intelligence CHAPTER 2. CRIMES OF THE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY Chapter 3. Intelligence: The Importance of Success Chapter 4. Intelligence: The Consequences of Failure Chapter 5. The Perils of Politicization Chapter 6. The CIA and the Soviet Union: Success and Failure Chapter 7. CIA and the Threat of Terrorism Chapter 8. The 9/11 Tragedy and The Failure of Strategic Intelligence Chapter 9. The Iraq War and the White House Chapter 10. The Iraq War and the CIA Chapter 11. The Failure of Congressional Oversight Chapter 12. DCIs and The Decline and Fall of the CIA Chapter 13. What Needs To Be Done? Endnotes Index About the Author
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United States. Central Intelligence Agency.
Intelligence service -- United States.
United States -- Politics and government -- 2001-.