The following are external articles through 2006 related to the main article on the Central Intelligence Agency.
1997, 1989, 1991
- Lisa Haugaard, "Textbook Repression: US Training Manuals Declassified", Covert Action Quarterly, September 1997.
- Robert Witanek, "Students, Scholars, and Spies: The CIA on Campus", Covert Action Information Bulletin, Winter 1989, pp. 25-28.
- Georgia Durante, The Company She Keeps, Richard Brenneke's June 21, 1991, Sworn Deposition about Mafia, CIA, and Mena.
- Amy Goodman, "CIA Emerges As a Force in Academia in Post 9-11: Democracy Now! Hosts a Debate Between Two Professors, a CIA Consultant & a Vocal CIA Critic", November 13th, 2002.
- Mark Clayton, "Higher Espionage: The CIA finds a warmer reception on campus since 9/11, as it openly seeks scholars' expertise. But critics say such close ties compromise academic values", Christian Science Monitor, April 29, 2003.
- Dafna Linzer, "A Year Later, Goss's CIA Is Still in Turmoil. Congress to Ask Why Spy Unit Continues to Lose Personnel," Washington Post, October 19, 2005.
- Dana Priest, "CIA chief leaves behind weaker, demoralized agency. During Porter Goss' tenure, the agency saw an exodus of senior officers and a growing uncertainty over its role in fighting terrorism," Washington Post (Chicago Tribune), May 7, 2006.
- Michael Duffy, "Why Goss is Gone," TIME, May 7, 2006.
- Greg Miller, "CIA Chief's Ouster Points to Larger Issues. Problems plague the nation's spy services -- despite or even because of intended reforms," Los Angeles Times, May 7, 2006.
- Scott Shane "New CIA chief will find agency hobbled on Iran. U.S. has, at most, a few spies on the ground in a critical intelligence target," New York Times (Houston Chronicle), May 7, 2006.
- Andrew Buncombe and Stephen Khan, "CIA in disarray as Rumsfeld starts turf war with rival," The Independent (UK), May 7, 2006. re Donald H. Rumsfeld and John D. Negroponte
- Suzanne Goldberg, "White House is warned against Bush nominee for head of CIA," Guardian Unlimited (UK), May 8, 2006: "Appointment threatens to worsen intelligence crisis. Concerns raised over Pentagon's role at agency."
- Eli Lake, "Pentagon Is Winner Over CIA," The New York Sun, May 8, 2006.
- Sidney Blumenthal, "Killing the CIA. In Goss, Bush found the perfect hatchet man to take vengeance on a despised agency. Now Goss is gone, scandal looms -- and the CIA is ruined," Salon, May 11, 2006.
- "Intelligence: Goss Goes Out—But the CIA's Struggles Go On," Newsweek, May 15, 2006 (issue).
- Walter Pincus, "Spies Are Called Essential. Bush Says U.S. Must Continue to Develop Covert Agents," Washington Post, June 1, 2006.