Intelligence and U.S. Foreign Policy: Iraq, 9/11, and Misguided Reform

2011 | 432 Pages | ISBN: 0231157924 | PDF | 5 MB

A career of nearly three decades with the CIA and the National Intelligence Council showed Paul R. Pillar that intelligence reforms, especially measures enacted since 9/11, can be deeply misguided. They often miss the sources that underwrite failed policy and misperceive our ability to read outside influences. They also misconceive the intelligence-policy relationship and promote changes that weaken intelligence-gathering operations.


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