The CIA and U.S. Intelligence
Panelists talked about the state of U.S. intelligence and how intelligence-gathering will shape American foreign policy under the next… read more
Panelists talked about the state of U.S. intelligence and how intelligence-gathering will shape American foreign policy under the next president. They also discussed the history of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and its relation to other domestic intelligence gathering agencies.
Tim Weiner is the author of the 2007 winner of the National Book Award, Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA, published by Doubleday. Bob Drogin is the author of Curveball: Spies, Lies, and the Con Man Who Caused a War, published by Random House.
This event of the New York Times Arts and Leisure Week (formerly Weekend) was held at The Times Center. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Drogin, Bob Correspondent Los Angeles Times->Intelligence
- Gannon, John C. Deputy Director (Former) Central Intelligence Agency->Intelligence
- Gelb, Leslie H. President Emeritus Council on Foreign Relations
- Kulaga, Paul Director
- Kulaga, Tom Director New York Times->Promotions
- Weiner, Tim Correspondent New York Times->Intelligence
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