2002 The New Craft of Intelligence (Asymmetric Studies)

Intelligence (Government/Secret), Intelligence (Public), Monographs
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New Craft of Intelligence (Asymmetric Studies)
New Craft of Intelligence (Asymmetric Studies)

This was my first attempt to formalize the two major paradigm changes that the Department of Defense continues to resist at levels below the Secretary of Defense, himself an intelligence professional:

Need to shift from state-based threats with fixed addresses to non-state threats able to play “off the shelf.”

Need to shift from heavy reliance on high-tech secret sources to low-tech human and open sources.

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