1996
Unclassified Extracts from Studies in Intelligence

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
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