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Enemies of Intelligence: Knowledge and Power in American National Security

@inproceedings{Betts2007EnemiesOI,
  title={Enemies of Intelligence: Knowledge and Power in American National Security},
  author={R. K. Betts},
  year={2007}
}
Preface 1. Twenty-first-Century Intelligence: New Enemies and Old 2. Permanent Enemies: Why Intelligence Failures Are Inevitable 3. Theory Traps: Expertise as an Enemy 4. Incorruptibility or Influence? Costs and Benefits of Politicization 5. Two Faces of Failure: September 11 and Iraq's WMD 6. An Intelligence Reformation? Two Faces of Reorganization 7. Whose Knowledge of Whom? The Conflict of Secrets 8. Enemies at Bay: Successful Intelligence Notes Index 
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