"Art Hulnick is one of the most thoughtful writers and reformers with a focus on the U.S. intelligence community. In this book on intelligence reform, he brings together his insider's experience as a former CIA officer and his more recent years of teaching and research to examine key proposals for improving the performance of the CIA and America's other secret agencies. One does not have to agree with each of his conclusions to note that this is an outstanding guide to the key issues. It ought to be read by anyone interested in trying to avoid more intelligence failures like those associated with the 9/11 attacks and the search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq."-Loch K. Johnson Regents Professor of Public and International Affairs University of Georgia
Explores the pros and cons of existing intelligence systems and recommends for the changes necessary to keep the United States safe the future.