Intelligence Reform

Dr. Amy Zegart, Associate Professor at the UCLA School of Public Affairs, will join us for a
discussion on the work of intelligence agencies after the Cold War.  She argues in her book, “Spying Blind: The
CIA, the FBI, and the Origins of 9/11,” that intelligence agencies are flawed
by their very design, and have failed to adapt to the threat posed by
terrorism.  What recommendations and
reforms should be instituted by our intelligence agencies?  How might the FBI and CIA, in particular, train
and equip their personnel to respond to the threat of terrorism?

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