Problems for western intelligence in the new century
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After the Cold War, the “peace dividend” lead to cuts and new priorities in the intelligence system. Michael Herman writes about these changes in the 1990s. How did they materialise, and how did they evolve through the decade? Herman gives a chronological and insightful description of the process from the fall of the Berlin Wall to the new conflict climate of the 21th century.