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Spinning Intelligence: Why Intelligence Needs the Media, Why the Media Needs Intelligence
by Robert Dover
In "Spinning Intelligence," contributors heralding from government, journalism, and academia confront the complementary yet often tense relationship between intelligence-gathering organizations and the media. Addressing high-level strategic issues all the way down to the operation of individual committees and departments, this anthology is not just for students of ...more
Hardcover, 263 pages
Published September 10th 2009 by Columbia University Press
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In this collection of articles only a few are worth to read (in particular Aldrich's, Corera's and maybe Goodman's). The book is pretended to be about current things, but most examples are derived from 50s and 60s, the articles of some people seem to be included just because their authors used to occupy high positions in intelligence circles, but they are extremely repetitive and full of banalities.