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US Spy Agencies Have Long Way to Go

US Spy Agencies Have Long Way to Go

Amy Zegart, UCLA Professor of Political Science.

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Duration: 6:53

In this op-ed, Amy Zegart of the UCLA School of Public Affairs calls for "top-down policy changes" and "bottom-up cultural transformation" in U.S. intelligence gathering and analysis.

Zegart is the author of "Spying Blind: The CIA, the FBI, and the Origins of 9/11" (2007).

Burkle Center for International Relations