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Central Intelligence Agency




The Central Intelligence Agency was created in 1947 with the signing of the National Security Act by President Harry S. Truman. The act also created a

Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) to serve as head of the United States intelligence community; act as the principal adviser to the President for

intelligence matters related to the national security; and serve as head of the Central Intelligence Agency. The Intelligence Reform and Terrorism

Prevention Act of 2004 amended the National Security Act to provide for a Director of National Intelligence who would assume some of the roles formerly

fulfilled by the DCI, with a separate Director of the Central Intelligence Agency


  • The growing threat of Non-State actors in South Asia

Executive Board

Director: Anish Malladi

Deputy Director: Ram Sundararajan

Deputy Director: Vaishakh Dutta \


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