Theme: Government & Parliament | Content Type: Book review

Review: Spies, Lies, and Algorithms. The History and Future of American Intelligence, by Amy B. Zegart

John W. Dumbrell


Carol M. Highsmith

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Amy Zegart offers us a tour d'horizon of the state of American intelligence gathering and analysis. Despite its subtitle, Spies, Lies, and Algorithms is far less rooted in history than in present and future analysis. According to Zegart, ‘intelligence has gone from a world of information scarcity to information overload’.

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Includes a commentary by Colin Crouch on the dark heart of today's Conservative party, an article by Stewart Lansley tracing the history of ‘crowding out’, and its use as a justification for austerity and state deflation; and Tim Vlandas and Kate Alexander-Shaw debating the political economy of age. In our reports and surveys section, Deborah Mabbett asks where next for curbing London's emissions? The issue also includes a selection of book reviews such as Andrew Gamble on The Culture of Accountability: A Democratic Virtue by Gianfranco Pasquino and Riccardo Pelizzo, and Leila Simona Talani on Europe's Coming of Age by Loukas Tsoukalis.

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