The CIA, the World and the Challenges ahead

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The confirmation hearing of John O. Brennan, former Deputy National Security Advisor in the first Barack Obama administration, for the post of Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has brought much information about the role and duties of the CIA’s chief and has provided with a fresh assessment of the ongoing threats to the United States’ national security and to world stability. Succeeding General David Petraeus who resigned last November because of an extramarital affair, Mr. Brennan is a veteran who spent 25 years working at the CIA as a Near East and South Asia analyst, as station chief in Saudi Arabia, and as director of the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC).
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1 Response to The CIA, the World and the Challenges ahead

  1. chainsoff says:

    Skipping mentioning link, wasn’t intentional

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