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Volume 39, Number 5, 1996

Volume 39, Number 5, 1996

 

INTELLIGENCE TODAY AND TOMORROW

A Roundtable Discussion
The Brown Commission and the Future of Intelligence

A Colloquium
The Intelligence Community: Is It Broken? How To Fix It? . . . . John H. Hedley

A Singular Opportunity
Gaining Access to CIA's Records . . . . Evan Thomas

The Need for Integrity
Thoughts Provoked by "The Very Best Men" . . . . Michael Thompson

The Challenge of Managing Uncertainty
Paul Wolfowitz on Intelligence-Policy Relations . . . . Jack Davis

Another System of Oversight
Intelligence and the Rise of Judicial Intervention . . . . Frederic F. Manget

A Different Kind of Threat
Some Thoughts on Irregular Warfare . . . . Jeffrey B. White

Declassification's Great Leap Forward
CORONA and the Intelligence Community . . . . Kevin C. Ruffner

The Intelligence of Nations
Adam Smith Examines the Intelligence Economy . . . . Todd Brethauer

 

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

Coping With Iran-Contra
Personal Reflections on Bill Casey's Last Month at CIA . . . . James McCullough

Commentary
Commentary . . . . David Gries

Revisiting Vietnam
Thoughts Engendered by Robert McNamara's "In Retrospect" . . . . Harold P. Ford

Salvage and Liquidation
The Creation of the Central Intelligence Group . . . . Michael Warner

Duping the Soviets
The Farewell Dossier . . . . Gus W. Weiss

 

COVER OF PRINTED PUBLICATION

Photo of William J. Casey . . . . Courtesy of Dennis Brack/Black Star

 


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