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Amy Zegart
Journal Articles

“Spytainment”: The Real Influence of Fake Spies

Amy Zegart
International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 2011 June 1, 2011

An excerpt from "Spytainment: The Real Influence of Fake Spies" (pp. 599-600):

For avid fans of the now-departed television show 24, a visit to Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) headquarters will be disappointing. The visitors’ center looks nothing like the ultra high-tech rooms of CTU, Jack Bauer’s fictitious counterterrorist agency.

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Books

Spying Blind: The CIA, the FBI, and the Origins of 9/11

Amy Zegart
Princeton University Press, 2009 December 31, 2009

From Princeton University Press:

In this pathbreaking book, Amy Zegart provides the first scholarly examination of the intelligence failures that preceded September 11. Until now, those failures have been attributed largely to individual mistakes. But Zegart shows how and why the intelligence system itself left us vulnerable.

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Commentary

The Shortsighted Presidency

Amy Zegart
Foreign Policy,

CISAC Co-Director Amy Zegart argues in this Foreign Policy commentary that, like all presidents, President Obama is relatively unconstrained in the near term to pursue the foreign policies he desires. She notes that despite economic woes, a polarized Congress and skyrocketing national debt, Obama has been "strangely unconstrained in executing his major foreign policy priorities."

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Journal Articles

A Foreign Policy for the Future

Amy Zegart
Defining Ideas,

First paragraph of the article:

In the post-9/11 world, the days of an American “grand strategy” are over.

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Commentary

Should the US Be Bullish or Bearish on China?

Amy Zegart,
The American Interest,

CISAC Co-Director Amy Zegart writes in The American Interest that a strong and rising China, as well as a weak and unstable one, should concern the United States. But perhaps most troubling is the uncertainty about which scenario will eventually play out, and Washington’s strategic orientation toward Europe and the Middle East.

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