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by Angelo Codevilla
Author: Angelo Codevilla
Publisher: Free Press; 1st edition (March 30, 1992)
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Angelo M. Codevilla (born May 25, 1943) is an Italian-US professor emeritus of international relations at what is now the Pardee School of Global . New York: Basic Books. Informing statecraft : intelligence for a new century. New York: Free Press.
Angelo M. Codevilla (born May 25, 1943) is an Italian-US professor emeritus of international relations at what is now the Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University. Navy officer, a foreign service officer, and professional staff member of the Select Committee on Intelligence of the United States Senate. Codevilla's books and articles range from French and Italian politics to the thoughts of Machiavelli and Montesquieu to arms control, war, the technology of ballistic missile defenses, and a broad range of international topics.
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Informing Statecraft : Intelligence for a New Century. Codevilla argues that US intelligence, comprising the remnants of World War II and the Vietnam War, is out of touch with political conditions in the 1990s. He warns that intelligence failures in the past pale in comparison with the deep malaise affecting the entire service today.
Statecraft works with information, and our intelligence community is not providing the relevant information: This is Codevilla's thesis, and in developing it he offers a balanced history of intelligence, as well as some criticisms of the US intelligence community. For those who wonder how the U-2 happened to be over Russia as Eisenhower was traveling to meet Khrushchev, why Cuba was considered ripe for the picking, who was minding the store when we entered Vietnam, or how a Soviet spy.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Yes, Informing Statecraft: Intelligence for a New Century is relentlessly critical of the blundering past performance of various administrations, . "Note well that liberals in America, when in charge of government at any level, of university faculties, or of CIA directorates, take care to hire and award contracts to likeminded folk and to exclude others.
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One of his first published books. Codevilla, Angelo M. (2010). The ruling class : how they corrupted America and what we can do about it (1st paperback alkali paper e. New York: Beaufort Books. A student's guide to international relations.
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Informing Intelligence: Intelligence For A New Century. By Angelo M. Codevilla. Informing Intelligence: Intelligence For A New Century. The author, who served on the Senate intelligence committee, is a spear-thrower from the political right, but some of the spears are on the mark. His book is part primer, part history and part polemic. It is a little scattered, and he finds it hard to wrench the analysis into the 1990s from his preoccupations of the 1970s-Soviet missiles and defenses against them. But American intelligence has become bureaucratic-for reasons good and bad.
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Informing Policy is more important than stealing secrets, April 8, 2000. An analyst and political staffer by nature, the strength of this book rests on the premise in the title: that intelligence should be about informing policy, not about collecting secrets for secrets’ sake. It is not too gross an exaggeration that when considering any given threat, DIA will overestimate, CIA will underestimate, and INR will blame the .