Campus News

Good start?

UGA political science professor Loch Johnson wrote an op-ed piece for the Chicago Tribune reviewing the early performance of Porter Goss as director of the Central Intelligence Agency.

He concluded that Goss had made a good beginning: “Goss, too [like his predecessor George Tenet], may succumb to the sirens of the White House, but my sense of him is that he is likely to uphold the sacred standard of professional objectivity for intelligence officers and speak truth to power. Whether power will listen is, of course, another matter.”