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IntellligenCIA Archive

Loeb Online

February 2, 2000:
The John Deutch case, NSA's computer crash and Tenet's annual national security assessment.

January 5, 2000:
The Wen Ho Lee case and the faltering intelligence reform movement.

December 1, 1999:
The NSA's technological
challenges, millennial security threats and other national
security issues.

November 3, 1999:
El Shifa, Echelon and declassifying CIA documents.

October 6, 1999:
National Security Update

September 1, 1999:
Los Alamos Controversy

August 11, 1999:
NIMA and the Chinese Embassy Bombing

July 7, 1999:
National Security

June 2, 1999:
U.S. Intelligence and National Security

  • January 24, 2000: The virtues of secrecy versus the public's right to know.

  • January 10, 2000: Reforming the CIA from within.

  • December 27, 1999: The intelligence reform movement.

  • December 13, 1999: Has the CIA lost its edge.

  • November 29, 1999: The Vietnam War and the art of the triple cross.

  • November 15, 1999: Loeb examines the CIA's decision in 1986 to funnel missiles to the Afghan Mujahedin.

  • October 18, 1999: Will the FBI ever uncover the mole passing classified information to China?

  • October 4, 1999: The CIA's role in the Middle East peace process and an operative's suit against the agency.

  • September 20, 1999: On rebuilding the CIA's Directorate of Operations.

  • September 6, 1999: Interesting facts and challenges in the CIA's $29 billion world of secrets.

  • August 9, 1999: Is the National Imagery and Mapping Agency an example of an idea whose time has past?

  • August 23, 1999: Revelations about captive American journalists in Iraq, the Kennedy assassination documents, and the Chinese embassy bombing in Yugoslavia.

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