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The tipping point for the CIA

The tipping point for the CIA

For the Record presents a brief history of the Central Intelligence Agency. Brian Fairchild, a former CIA case officer, delves into the life of a typical US NOC (non-official cover). Fairchild explains how the agency has changed since the Cold War and its focus on the Soviet Union. The tipping point in the CIA was 1991, after the defeat of the Soviet Union, and Brian asks, "What do we need a strategic intelligence agency for anymore?"

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