Wednesday, March 02, 2005

What Became of the CIA?

OpinionJournal reprints Gabriel Schoenfeld's piece from the March issue of Commentary. Schoenfeld's conclusion:
In this war, intelligence is the most important front--which means that fixing the CIA or, if it cannot be fixed, replacing it with something different and better, remains the government's most pressing task. Unfortunately, grafting a new layer of bureaucracy on top of what exists, as Congress has just done, does not even begin to grapple with the real weaknesses of the present system.