Worth a Look: To the Secretary – Leaked Embassy Cables and America’s Foreign Policy Disconnect

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This title will be released on 12 July and is available now for pre-order.

To the Secretary also reveals the disconnect that diplomats face at home, guided by conflicting approaches from multiple Washington stakeholders intent on their own agenda, often unaware of realities on the ground. In an honest assessment of America’s foreign policy challenges, Thompson-Jones describes the deepening gulf between decision makers in Washington and their diplomats in the field. From misinterpreted analyses of anti-Americanism to Washington’s unwillingness to send resources to support diplomatic activities that could make a difference, To the Secretary shows what policymakers can learn from diplomats abroad―and how this can strengthen America’s place in an unstable world.

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Jul 1

Mongoose: Gold Collateral Accounts (GCA) Rising – The Real Truth About the Paris Agreement

Mongoose

Mongoose

Change — good change — is coming.

“The Real Truth About the Paris Agreement” – Yosef – 6.10.16

“…secretly it actually houses the intentional legal framework for implementing a new global gold treaty that resets the world’s monetary system as well as all currencies (aka “The RV”).

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As China will be the last to ratify, so that they can have the honor of setting the world free economically–this as a well deserved tribute the Keepers of the Global Collateral accounts (aka the Chinese Elders and Grandfather as their leader).

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Jun 15

Danish Forces on Robert Steele’s Peace Intelligence Message — OSINT Is Human, Not Technical

At page 15 of 32

At page 15 of 32

“Do Not Send a Spy Where a Schoolboy Can Go…”

5 May 2016

Open Source Intelligence is human resources – not technical. That was the message when Robert David Steele provoked 150 intelligence personnel from defense, police and the business community at a seminar on Open Source Intelligence at the Defence Academy.

By MARIANNE SMEDEGAARD HANSEN

CORRUPTION! Open Source Intelligence is today just a small part of Intelligence work in American, Danish and NATO [systems]. But it is here the resources should be increased. So says Robert David Steele, CEO and former CIA officer who is one of the pioneers in the field of Open Source Intelligence. He is a big proponent of the concept, which covers the intelligence gathering that can be achieved through open sources such as social media, databases like Jane’s and not least through human resources directly.

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May 29