A world of secrets: the uses and limits of intelligence

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Basic Books, 1985 - Political Science - 404 pages
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An assessment of U.S. intelligence gathering pinpoints its successes and failures and examines where improvements are needed based on an analysis of previously inaccessible material and personal interviews with leaders of government and the intelligence community

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Laqueur, author of numerous books on the Middle East, terrorism, and European history, now writes about intelligence. Eschewing the dramatic "spy story'' approach, he focuses on the production ... Read full review

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Introduction
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CHAPTER
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CHAPTER 2
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