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 …

2015 ANSWERS Robert Steele for Sean Lorenz on OSINT Update 3

There is a need for hard data and statistics on OSINT — why it has been relegated to the basement and distributed rather than consolidated as with the other disciplines, what it’s successes and failures have been. In how many cases did it provide Intelligence that was critical to mission success ? NEEDS DATA