Articles tagged cia

‘Operation Ajax’ Illustrates How the CIA Destroyed Democracy in Iran

The extent of US involvement in undermining Middle Eastern democracy is gradually coming to light, and being told through a variety of genres.

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AFI Docs 2015: ‘Drone’ Shows How the World Is Becoming a War Zone

Drone raises vital questions not only about how drones shapes the modern military experiences, but also about how drones reshape moral ground.

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‘Burn Notice’ Still Sizzles in Third Season

One of the more engaging aspects of the series is Michael’s voiceover explanations of spy tips and tricks. These crafty techniques are integral to training spies.

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The Shadow Factory by James Bamford

NSA is probably monitoring your phone and email, but it isn't doing much to stop the next terrorist attack on America.

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23 Aug 2007 // 10:00 PM

The Company by Robert Littell

The Company fails the Cheez-It test on several levels.

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5 Aug 2007 // 3:24 AM

TNT’s epic spy miniseries ‘The Company’ debuts

Near the end of “The Company,” TNT’s epic spy miniseries that debuts tonight, two battle-scarred old CIA men are pondering whether it was all

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A Lost Cause: Tim Weiner’s History of the C.I.A.

Deep down, most of us probably know that the Central Intelligence Agency can't be nearly as cool as our popular media would have us believe.

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In Motion: On the Emptiness of Progress

// Moving Pixels

"Nils Pihl calls it, "Newtonian engagement", that is, when "an engaged player will remain engaged until acted upon by an outside force". That's "progress".

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