Reference: 73 Rules of Tradecraft (Dulles via Srodes)

Articles & Chapters, Director of National Intelligence et al (IC)
Allen Dulles on Tradecraft

With a tip of the hat to the Association for Intelligence Officers (AFIO), which provided this in Intelligencer: Journal of U.S. Intelligence Studies (Fall 2009), pages 49-55 (7 pages).  Although AFIO has not opened its doors to all multinational multifunctional intelligence professionals across the eight tribes of intelligence as we expect it to one day, its web site and publications are openly available and we encourage one and all to subscribe.

See also:  Review: Allen Dulles–Master of Spies by the same author of the above article, James Srodes.

Review: The Craft of Intelligence

5 Star, Intelligence (Government/Secret)

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5.0 out of 5 stars One of two required readings on intelligence for anyone,

April 7, 2000
Allen Welsh Dulles
This is the other required reading. This gem sits on my desk with my dictionary of difficult words and my synonym dictionary. We still do not have an equal to this book. Since Dulles testified to Congress that 80% of the raw material for finished intelligence came from public sources including diplomatic reporting, this book provides an interesting benchmark for understanding the rather pathological impact of technical collection on the larger process of all-source collection and analysis.

Strategic intelligence for American world policy
Strategic Intelligence & Statecraft: Selected Essays (Brassey’s Intelligence and National Security Library)
The New Craft of Intelligence: Personal, Public, & Political–Citizen’s Action Handbook for Fighting Terrorism, Genocide, Disease, Toxic Bombs, & Corruption

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