Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Senior Intel Officials Warn U.S. Has Lost Its Global Reach in Spy Network

Kirit Radia writes on ABC News' "The Blotter":

The United States' spy network has lost its "global reach," its ability to monitor, gather and analyze developments around the world, according to two top officials from Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

Their testimony on Capitol Hill yesterday revealed that the current policy of focusing on a few hot-button issues leaves the U.S. intelligence network unprepared to monitor other areas that might emerge as crises on the horizon.

More here.


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