The seven motivations for espionage
Espionage vs. intelligence: how the U.S. goes about spying
Revenge and score-settling
Spying for sex, intimidation, and blackmail
Spying for reasons of friendship and ethnic or religious solidarity
The spy game for the sake of the game
America's spying competence today
Intelligence failures and politicization
CIA in transition: 1991 to the present
Spying in the twenty-first century
Actionable intelligence and the role of law enforcement, the military, and technology
Foreign liaison services and spying lawfully
Updating operational and analytical tradecraft
Why spy? Should we do it?
A spy for the twenty-first century
Conclusion: can we make espionage work in the twenty-first century?