Thursday, July 22, 2010

NSA Insights

Thursday, 5 August; 12 noon – 1 pm
Washington, DC

Book signing! 
In The Secret Sentry, Matthew M. Aid traces the growth of the National Security Agency from 1945 through critical moments in its history, including the Cold War and its ongoing involvement in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Aid, a visiting fellow at the National Security Archives, explores the agency’s connection to the intelligence failure that occurred when evidence that NSA officials called “ambiguous” was used as proof of Iraqi WMD capability. He also details the intense debate within the NSA over its growing role under the Bush administration to spy on U.S. citizens. Don’t miss this overview of the dramatic evolution of this far-reaching spy agency.

Free! No registration required!
Join the author for an informal chat and book signing.
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