Spying blind is a sobering account of why two of americas most important intelligence agencies failed to adjust to new threats after the cold war and why they are unlikely to adapt in the future amy b zegart is associate professor of public policy at the university of california los angeles. Amy b zegart is associate professor of public policy at the university of california los angeles she is the author of flawed by design the evolution of the cia jcs and nsc. Spying blind the cia the fbi and the origins of 9 11 amy b zegart on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in this pathbreaking book amy zegart provides the first scholarly examination of the intelligence failures that preceded september 11 until now. In spying blind the cia the fbi and the origins of 9 11 amy zegart identifies the organizational failures at the root of 9 11 in particular zegart attributes the cias and fbis failures to intercept the terrorists to a failure to adapt. As amy b zegart argues in spying blind they just werent up to the job zegart blaming institutional inertia more than individuals counts more than 20 specific instances where the cia or the fbi missed chances to stop the 9 11 attacks
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