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Agency PageIntelligence Reform in the Mid-1970s
Intelligence Reform in the Mid-1970s, Timoth S. Hardy. Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein are stars. They are reaping millions from their investigative reporting. When Watergate rates a chapter in history books, they will no doubt get more than a footnote. But another investigative reporter, whose role in the story he broke was probably more integral and essential, is almost forgotten already. Had Seymour Hersh not written his CIA domestic surveillance stories for the New York Times in December 1974 (indeed, had not the Times seen fit to splash the first story across five columns of page one headlined " Massive Surveillance"), there seems little doubt that there never would have been a Rockefeller Commission, a Pike "Report," a Church Committee, or an Executive Order 11905...
Agency PageBayesian Analysis for Intelligence: Some Focus on the Middle East
Bayesian Analysis for Intelligence: Some Focus on the Middle East, Nicholas Schweitzer. The job of intelligence is becoming increasingly more complex, partly because of changes in the international order, but primarily because there is ever more information available...
Agency PageThirtyfive Years in Intelligence
Thirtyfive Years in Intelligence, Lieutenant General Vernon A. Walters. In my lifetime, 35 years of being in intelligence has really been not only rewarding in a material way, but fun...
Agency Pagewar stories covering his military and, especially, intelligence career,