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Published on Aug 26, 2011
Some of the blame, Bruce Berkowitz, noted intelligence analyst, thinks, can be placed on the CIA's cult of secrecy. Inaccurate information, even forgeries and lies get into our intelligence reports on which we then go to war -- simply because CIA personnel aren't allowed to talk to one another. Berkowitz, a fellow at the Hoover Institution, tells us how things go wrong at the CIA and also what the limits are to which intelligence can be put. I personally found what Berkowitz had to say shocking. Perhaps you will too. He is the most thoughtful commentator on intelligence matters today that I know. He is a former CIA analyst and has written many books and articles on the subject. James Goodale, former vice chairman of The New York Times, hosts. 2/18/04