Reference (1996): The Brown Commission and the Future of Intelligence

The Brown Commission and the Future of Intelligence A Roundtable Discussion On 1 March 1996, the Commission on the Roles and Capabilities of the United States Intelligence Community (the Brown Commission) issued its report to the President and to Congress. On 26 March, Studies in Intelligence board members Brian Latell, Robert Herd, John Wiant, and …

1995 Robert Steele on Waging War and Peace in the 21st Century — French National Flag Conference on Information Strategy

SECRETARIAT GENERAL DE LA DEFENSE NATIONALE Flag Conference on Information Strategy 15 December 1995 WAGING WAR AND PEACE IN THE 21ST CENTURY Mr. Robert D. Steele, Chairman & CEO OPEN SOURCE SOLUTIONS Group Challenge of Change: Six Revolutions Changing Threat–Four Warrior Classes/law enforcement as the new legionnaires Changing Dimensions of Time & Space–War/Peace, Here/There, Long/Short …

1993: God, Man, & Information – Comments to Interval In-House (Full Text Online)

“GOD, MAN, & INFORMATION: COMMENTS TO INTERVAL IN-HOUSE” Tuesday, 9 March 1993 Robert David Steele Executive Summary Electromagnetic pollution–in the form of both increased levels of uncontrolled and misunderstood levels of emission, and in the form of broader and more intense bandwidth exploitation–constitutes the technical terror of the 21st century.[1] There is another terror facing …

Robert Steele: Welcoming Remarks to OSS ’92

Steele, Robert. “Welcoming Remarks by Robert D. Steele, Host: Consumer Needs, Data Changes, Technology Changes, Organizational Changes, Future Vision & Issues,” McLean, VA: First International Symposium on National Security & National Competitiveness, Open Source Solutions, December 1, 1992. Full Text Below the Fold

1991 How to Avoid Future Strategic Intelligence Failures

How to Avoid Future Strategic Intelligence Failures This article focuses on three concerns of mine that are central to ensuring that the restructuring effort is meaningful. First, what “sins” of strategic intelligence persist in the face of restructuring? Second, how must the nature of the individual intelligence analyst, their working conditions, and their relationship to …