Chasing the Djinn

For more than two decades now, al-Qaeda and other jihadi groups have matched wits and wiles against U.S. intelligence and counter-intelligence efforts. Two new books score the contest.

Appeared in: Volume 08, Number 3 | Published on: December 12, 2012

Amy B. Zegart is a senior fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution, an intelligence columnist at Foreign Policy online, and the author, most recently, of Eyes on Spies: Congress and the United States Intelligence Community.

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