The united states intelligence system is badly in need of reform its budget 29 billion in 1998 and its mode of operation still reflect the life or death view of international relations of the cold war between 1949 and the fall of the berlin wall no cost was deemed too high and no deed too brutal when survival seemed at stake. The cold war has been over for ten years no country threatens this nations existence yet we still spend billions of dollars on covert action and espionage in national insecurity ten prominent experts describe from an insider perspective what went wrong with us intelligence and what will be necessary to fix it. National insecurity us intelligence after the cold war by craig eisendrath temple university press 3450 reading through national insecurity us intelligence after the cold war i was drought back to a seminar i tried to teach at yale more than two decades ago to students who insisted that i . The cold war has been over for ten years and no country threatens this nations existence yet we still spend billions of dollars on covert action and espionage even during the cold war when intelligence was seen as a matter of life and death our system served us badly. Drawing on their experience in government administration research and the foreign service they propose a radical rethinking of the united states intelligence needs in the post cold war world
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