Opinion Piece from Henri J. Barkey

Clapper’s gag order could hurt intelligence analysts more than journalists,
"The recent directive from Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper Jr. essentially banning contacts between members of the intelligence community and the media has been criticized for undermining the public access to that community’s thinking and its role in society. However, it has another, and perhaps far more dangerous consequence: its negative impact on intelligence gathering and analysis."
The Washington Post, May 4, 2014



May, 2014