Intelligence reform in the United States
Amy Zegart is Associate Professor at UCLA's School of Public Affairs, a Fellow at the UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations, and a Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in US national security policy, US intelligence, global studies, and public policy. In 2003 she was awarded Public Policy Professor of the Year for excellence in teaching.
In August 2010 she visited the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney to deliver lectures on intelligence reform in the US.
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VIDEOS & INTERVIEWS
Lecturer Adam Lockyer discusses the election of new Iranian president Hassan Rouhani and the US decision to send military aid to Syria's rebels
CEO Bates Gill looks at the implications of a rising China for the Asia-Pacific and how the Trans-Pacific partnership is shaping the region.