Zegart: “Spytainment” blurs the lines between Hollywood and WashingtonCISAC Op-ed: Foreign Policy on September 11, 2012
CISAC affiliated faculty member and Foreign Policy blogger Amy Zegart explains how spy-themed entertainment has distorted perceptions about intelligence agencies. When government officials recruit Disney to help design the National Counterterrorism Center and a Supreme Court justice says the fictional 24 operative saved Los Angeles, these misperceptions influence intelligence policy in very real ways.
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