IC21 THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY PDF

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To paraphrase Jimmy Durante, when it comes to intelligence lately, everybody wants to get into the act. Not since the s have this many books been published on intelligence policy and operations. And the timing is right, because the country is ready for a debate on U.

Furthermore, most of the recent scholarship is more substantive than previous works and as concerned with the intelligence community's performance as with exposing impropriety. Four of the books under review are reports from commissions, task forces, and study groups convened to assess the current state of U.

Preparing for the 21st Century has received the most attention because it was produced by the Commission on the Roles and Capabilities of the United States Intelligence Community better known as the Brown Commission, after its chairman, former defense secretary Harold Brown , a body that reports directly to the president.

The Brown Commission was an outgrowth of the Aldrich Ames espionage case. Senator John Warner R-Va. Warner thought the intelligence community lacked vision and hoped that a commission would define key issues and form the consensus necessary for the post-cold war era. The Ames case gave Warner the support he needed to include a mandate for the study in the Intelligence Authorization Act. The Brown Commission originally chaired by the late Les Aspin consisted of seventeen senior officials, legislators, and former officials, nine appointed by the president and eight by Congress.

The report itself was written by a staff under the direction of L. Britt Snider, who has held a number of intelligence-related positions including, most recently, chief counsel at the Senate Intelligence Committee.

The Brown Commission report's strength is that it provides an excellent unclassified and authoritative primer on the structure and operation of the U. The report describes the various agencies within the community, their missions, and how they operate.

The Church Committee broke similar ground in the s, although much of the material that it made public was outdated. But the Brown Commission's recommendations are disappointing. Like many reports of its kind, the commission's treatise provides a long list of recommended actions, giving the semblance of comprehensiveness and specificity.

Yet this appearance is illusionary. Many of the recommendations border on the banal, such as: "The Commission recommends that the President by Executive Order reaffirm that global criminal activities such as terrorism, narcotics trafficking, organized crime and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction are national security matters and require a coordinated multi-agency response" p. Such proposals are cant, with the sole purpose of demonstrating where the commission reached consensus.

The Brown Commission was intended to build consensus among U. However, while the report may demonstrate consensus, it fails to demonstrate vision IC Intelligence Community in the 21st Century.

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IC21: Intelligence Community in the 21st Century

To paraphrase Jimmy Durante, when it comes to intelligence lately, everybody wants to get into the act. Not since the s have this many books been published on intelligence policy and operations. And the timing is right, because the country is ready for a debate on U. Furthermore, most of the recent scholarship is more substantive than previous works and as concerned with the intelligence community's performance as with exposing impropriety. Four of the books under review are reports from commissions, task forces, and study groups convened to assess the current state of U. Preparing for the 21st Century has received the most attention because it was produced by the Commission on the Roles and Capabilities of the United States Intelligence Community better known as the Brown Commission, after its chairman, former defense secretary Harold Brown , a body that reports directly to the president. The Brown Commission was an outgrowth of the Aldrich Ames espionage case.

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