Berto Jongman: The Intelligence Posture America Needs in an Age of Great-Power Competition

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The Intelligence Posture America Needs in an Age of Great-Power Competition

ROBERT STEELE: As a courtesy to Berto I read this piece. There are some useful points but the level of thinking about intelligence transformation remains pedestrian, even retarded. Had I been empowered in 1992 instead of sidelined, today we would have a decision-support ecology capable of providing 98% of what we need on all  threats, all policies, all costs, all players, and our economy would be three times larger with zero traitors, elite pedophiles, and white or black collar criminals.  It was not meant to be.

My latest three books are the “state of the art” on reinventing national security, national intelligence, and national engineering, but I expect to be ignored as even the best-intentioned  Trump appointees simply cannot compute the possibility that I might know more than they do about how to get it right — and they remain more about moving money that finding answers.

Here are my first four articles.  No one now serving gets any of this but to his credit, Mike Flynn understands the need for an Open Source Agency.

1991

Steele, Robert. “Intelligence Support for Expeditionary Planners,” Marine Corps Gazette, September 1991, pp. 73-79.

Steele, Robert. “Applying the ‘New Paradigm’: How to Avoid Strategic Intelligence Failures in the Future,” American Intelligence Journal, Autumn 1991, pp. 43-46.

1990

Steele, Robert. “Intelligence in the 1990’s: Recasting National Security in a Changing World,” American Intelligence Journal, Summer/Fall 1990, pp. 29-36.

1989

Gray, Al (Ghost-Written by Robert Steele), “Global Intelligence Challenges in the 1990’s,” American Intelligence Journal, Winter 1989-1990, pp. 37-41.

My latest post with the basics:

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