Q&A with Michael Hayden
General Michael Hayden discussed his role at the Central Intelligence Agency, decision-making processes, and his previous work in other… read more
General Michael Hayden discussed his role at the Central Intelligence Agency, decision-making processes, and his previous work in other areas of intelligence. Topics included sharing information within the intelligence community, dealing with secret information, the work load and employees, relationships with the Justice Department, and the original intelligence information before the 2003 invasion Iraq. close
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