Hamilton Bean: The Paradox of Open Source: An Interview with Douglas J. Naquin with Letter from Robert Steele

The Paradox of Open Source: An Interview with Douglas J. Naquin Click above to buy the article (encouraged). International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence Volume 27, Issue 1, 2014 PDF (16 Pages): Bean Interview of Naquin Clean Letter from Robert Steele PDF (3 Pages): IJIC Steele on Bean-Naquin As Published Full Text of Letter Below …

2012 Sheddiing Light on the Secret World – Review of Hamilton Bean’s No More Secrets – Open Source Information and the Reshaping of U.S. Intelligence

PDF (5 pages):  IJIC STEELE on BEAN Review NO MORE SECRETS Shedding Light on the Secret World Robert David Steele Hamilton Bean, No More Secrets: Open Source Information and the Reshaping of U.S. Intelligence (Praeger, Santa Barbara, CA, 2011, 218 pp. $49.95. Robert Steele’s review at Amazon with quotes International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence …

ANSWERS: Robert Steele for Brandi Sling (P) on CIA John Brennan’s Re-Organization One Year On…

ANSWERS: Robert Steele on CIA John Brennan’s Re-Organization One Year On… My seven questions (with sub-sets) are as follows:     On March 6, 2015, the CIA’s Director of Central Intelligence, John Brennan, announced a major restructuring of the CIA by converting the directorates of Operations, Analysis, Support, and Science and Technology, as well as the …

2014 INTERVIEW: Thoughts on Open Source Intelligence

Out of Band: Robert David Steele on OSINT Hal Berghel, University of Nevada, Las Vegas sent questions, here are my answers. Hal Burghel: Tell us about open source generally and open source intelligence specifically. Robert David Steele: It’s vital to remember that the whole point of connectivity is to move and make sense of content, …

2014 Robert Steele On Defense Intelligence – Seven Strikes

On Defense Intelligence: Seven Strikes I consider defense intelligence today to be incoherent and ineffective. It has no grasp of the totality of the threat; it is largely worthless in providing SecDef with evidence-based decision support relevant to strategy, policy, acquisition, and operations; and it does not help DoD within the Cabinet when decision-support is …