Review (UK): Inteligencia teórica [Theory of Intelligence]

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Gustavo DIAZ Matey

5.0 out of 5 stars Extremely Strong Spanish-Language Text, 31 Oct 2011

I know the author personally, have followed his work over many years, and consider him to be one of the top authorities on intelligence writing in the Spanish language. I recently worked with him in Spain on an initiative he has been developing, to help the Spanish government and Spanish commerce make better use of open sources of intelligence while also refining their methods in relation to data integrity, product integrity, and system or behavioral integrity.

Although I am not familiar with all the publications in Spanish on intelligence, people I trust tell me that this is one of the top books in Spanish. I do not look for it to be translated soon, but would certainly recommend to any publishing house that they consider doing so, as we are all [except the Western governments] moving toward M4IS2 hybrid eight tribe governance, and this is something the author is helping to explain to all governments and business and academic and non-governmental communities that work in the Spanish languages.

M4IS2: Multinational, Multiagency, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain Information-Sharing and Sense-Making

Eight Tribes: Academic, Civil Society, Commercial, Government, Law Enforcement, Media, Military, Non-Governmental / Non-Profit

Rather than list specific books I also recommend here, I want to point readers to my full list of most intelligence books that I have reviewed for Amazon, just search for intelligence (most and get right to it with links to the Amazon pages for each book.

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Oct 31

Review (UK): Los servicios de inteligencia ante el siglo XXI [Intelligence Services in the 21st Century]

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Gustavo DIAZ Matey

5.0 out of 5 stars Extremely important Spanish-language future-relevant book on intelligence, 31 Oct 2011

I know the author personally, have followed his work over many years, and consider him to be one of the top authorities on intelligence writing in the Spanish language. I recently worked with him in Spain on an initiative he has been developing, to help the Spanish government and Spanish commerce make better use of open sources of intelligence while also refining their methods in relation to data integrity, product integrity, and system or behavioral integrity.

Although I am not familiar with all the publications in Spanish on intelligence, people I trust tell me that this is one of the top books in Spanish. I do not look for it to be translated soon, but would certainly recommend to any publishing house that they consider doing so, as we are all [except the Western governments] moving toward M4IS2 hybrid eight tribe governance, and this is something the author is helping to explain to all governments and business and academic and non-governmental communities that work in the Spanish languages.

M4IS2: Multinational, Multiagency, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain Information-Sharing and Sense-Making

Eight Tribes: Academic, Civil Society, Commercial, Government, Law Enforcement, Media, Military, Non-Governmental / Non-Profit

Rather than list specific books I also recommend here, I want to point readers to my full list of most intelligence books that I have reviewed for Amazon, just search for intelligence (most and get right to it with links to the Amazon pages for each book.

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Oct 31

Reviews by R. Arant of Lanesville, Indiana USA

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Phi Beta Iota: One of our colleagues serving in the wilderness has brought to our attention the reading selections and associated reviews of R. ARANT.  127 as of today, both the choice of books and the integrity inherent in the reviews are for our collective, an inspiration.  We urge one and all to appreciate this individual’s reviews with a vote.

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Air Force officer, former NGO staffer in Thailand and translator for the United Nations in Cambodia, with interests in the Thai, Khmer and Lao languages.

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