Adapting to the rise of terrorism after the cold war proved an even more daunting task for the fbi than the cia although the central intelligence agency had to face a new terrorist enemy during the 1990s its core mission collecting and analyzing intelligence remained unchanged the federal bureau of investigation was not so lucky. Zegart reveals how longstanding organizational weaknesses left unaddressed during the 1990s . This item spying blind the cia the fbi and the origins of 9 11 by b amy zegart paperback 2705 only 14 left in stock more on the way ships from and sold by amazoncom. Spying blind the cia the fbi and the origins of 9 11 by amy b zegart. Zegart reveals how longstanding organizational weaknesses left unaddressed during the 1990s prevented the cia and fbi from capitalizing on twenty three opportunities to disrupt the september 11 plot spying blind is a sobering account of why two of americas most important intelligence agencies failed to adjust to new threats after the cold war
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