April 28, 2011

Will CIA, Pentagon Be Ready for Next Crisis?

Fareed Zakaria, Washington Post

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As Leon Panetta and David Petraeus move into their new jobs at the Pentagon and the CIA, they should use the occasion to fundamentally reorient U.S. intelligence and national security planning.

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TAGGED: David Petraeus, Central Intelligence Agency, Pentagon, CIA, Barack Obama, Leon Panetta, United States

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