»Weiner, a Pulitzer Prize winner and former New York Times reporter who has spent years writing about America’s security apparatus and who won the National Book Award for his history of the C.I.A., Legacy of Ashes, has done prodigious research, yet tells this depressing story with all the verve and coherence of a good spy thriller.«
Kevin Baker on Enemies: A History of the F.B.I by Tim Weiner. His review can be read at nytimes.com
„America is not very good at gathering intelligence, but we’re getting better.“
Tim Weiner talked to Eve Gerber about his new FBI book, and how to get smarter intelligence and ways to balance liberty and security. Read the interview at salon.com.
„But if Enemies is not quite a history of the FBI’s entire lineage, it is an important and biting inquiry into an agency that protects Americans in a dangerous world while straining against the limitations we rightly impose upon it.“
Brian Fishman about Enemies: A History of the FBI by Tim Weiner. His review can be read at sfgate.com.