Our foreign policy agenda in the Middle East is attributed to the decisions of the CIA's Director's of Intelligence (DCI) and the President's they served. The author examines how two DCI's, an a third to a lesser degree, have impacted the agency during their tenures, and how the operations of the CIA in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iran in the decades leading up to the attacks of 9/11 culminated in this tragedy.
"CIA: The Critical Years,"
The Eastern Illinois University Political Science Review: Vol. 2
, Article 3.
Available at: http://thekeep.eiu.edu/eiupsr/vol2/iss1/3