The CIA: For the scrap-heap? - The Economist

The CIA: For the scrap-heap?

The CIA: For the scrap-heap? - The Economist
The CIA: For the scrap-heap?
Published Aug 28, 2004
407 words — Published Aug 28, 2004
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A startling new proposal for bucking up America's intelligence services THE Central Intelligence Agency has been humiliated lately by a welter of critical reports. Now its very survival has been questioned. On August 23rd, Pat Roberts,...

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