Making Changes At The CIA
The CIA under the Bush administration has been plagued by allegations of secret prisons, rendition and intelligence failures. Obama has selected someone without intelligence experience — Leon Panetta — as the agency's new head. Will an outsider be able change the CIA?
Tom Gjelten, NPR's intelligence and national security correspondent
Milt Bearden, former senior CIA officer, and co-author of The Main Enemy: The Inside Story of the CIA's Final Showdown with the KGB
John Diamond, author of The CIA and the Culture of Failure
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