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Title National insecurity : U.S. intelligence after the Cold War / edited by Craig Eisendrath ; foreward by Tom Harkin
Published Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2000
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Description 1 online resource (viii, 241 pages)
Contents 1 After the Cold War: The Need for Intelligence / Roger Hilsman 8 -- 2 Espionage and Covert Action / Melvin A. Goodman 23 -- 3 Too Many Spies, Too Little Intelligence / Robert E. White 45 -- 4 CIA-Foreign Service Relations / Robert V. Keeley 61 -- 5 Covert Operations: The Blowback Problem / Jack A. Blum 76 -- 6 The End of Secrecy: U.S. National Security and the New Openness Movement / Kate Doyle 92 -- 7 Mission Myopia: Narcotics as Fallout From the CIA's Covert Wars / Alfred W. McCoy 118 -- 8 Techint: The NSA, the NRO, and NIMA / Robert Dreyfuss 149 -- 9 Improving the Output of Intelligence: Priorities, Managerial Changes, and Funding / Richard A. Stubbing 172 -- 10 Who's Watching the Store? Executive-Branch and Congressional Surveillance / Pat M. Holt 190
Summary Practical solutions for the reform of national security operations
Notes "A project of the Center for International Policy."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 223-225) and index
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Subject Intelligence service -- United States.
World politics -- 1989-
Form Electronic book
Author Eisendrath, Craig R.
Center for International Policy (Washington, D.C.)
ISBN 9781592137794 (electronic bk.)
1592137792 (electronic bk.)
9781566397445 cloth alkaline paper
1566397448 cloth alkaline paper