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Vernon Loeb, a Washington Post staff writer who covers national security issues, writes his biweekly IntelligenCIA column exclusively for washingtonpost.com. Loeb answers questions from readers in monthly online discussions. He can be reached via e-mail at loebv@washpost.com.

Previous Columns
The Trouble With Dominance (washingtonpost.com, Feb. 24, 2003; 12:45 PM)

Independent Sept. 11 Commission Gaining Ground (washingtonpost.com, July 29, 2002; 7:31 AM)

Wanting the SR-71 Blackbird to Soar Once Again (washingtonpost.com, June 26, 2000)

Terrorism Report Calls CIA 'Risk Averse' (Post, June 12, 2000)

Congress Weighs In on Intelligence Matters (Post, May 29, 2000)

The Embodiment of the CIA Hero (Post, May 15, 2000)

A Spy War Exposed (Post, May 1, 2000)

For Rocket Technology, Some Give and Take (Post, April 17, 2000)

Committee Weathered Many Storms in '99 (Post, April 3, 2000)

A Striking Dissimilarity (Post, March 17, 2000; 6:35 PM)

Portrait of a Pessimist (Post, March 6, 2000; 6:24 PM)

The CIA's Silicon Valley Venture Capitalist (Post, Feb. 18, 2000; 6:06 PM)

Inside Information (Post, Feb. 7, 2000; 4:52 PM)

The Sanctity of Secrecy (Post, Jan. 24, 2000; 4:17 PM)

Reforming the CIA From Within (Post, Jan. 10, 2000; 6:19 PM)

The Intelligence Reform Movement (Post, Dec. 27, 1999; 5:42 PM)

Has the CIA Lost Its Edge? (Post, Dec. 13, 1999; 4:06 PM)

The Art of the Triple Cross (Post, Nov. 29, 1999; 4:30 PM)

Revising the Annals of CIA Success (Post, Nov. 15, 1999; 11:08 AM)

Uncovering China's Mole (Post, Oct. 14, 1999; 5:46 PM)



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