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Fabricator

I have been ruminating lately on our situation regarding aspects of Russian interference (active measures) and the new President of the United States. In previous posts I have delved into the Wilderness of Mirrors of counterintelligence that we find ourselves in today as well as some other musings on motives that the Russians and the President (and his minions) may have in relation to their actions. 630 more words

HUMINT

"Wilderness of Mirrors "

With all of the crazed tweets over the weekend from 45 I thought it would be appropriate to acquaint my readers with the notion of the “ 1,282 more words

INTEL

Deconstructing the Sri Lankan Counterterrorism Model for the Obliteration of ISIS

By Kagusthan Ariaranam

Introduction

As the whole world is coming forward to combat Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), I would like to share my opinion here on how to fight ISIS and eventually obliterate them just like the Sri Lankan military defeated the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) just seven years ago. 2,872 more words

Espionage

America's Torture Problem

Yes, I did change the name of my blog. I had fully intended the original name to be temporary until I thought of a better one. 996 more words

3-36 [Antipersonnel ops]: It is not so clean as the word "HUMINT" sounds

The intelligence has given the name for each categorical operation, such as HUMINT or SIGINT, though those names are not important but just a result of the sectionalism. 349 more words

CIA

U.S. Intel is Fighting Blind Against ISIS

AIM, by Pete Hoekstra, November 10, 2016:

Gathering intelligence about the plans, intentions, and capabilities of one’s enemies has always been difficult. The United States has always committed to do exactly that. 796 more words

Counter Jihad Report

Mark Collins - MI6: UK HUMINT Spooks Going Cyber, Including Social Media

It’s a brave new espionage world: MI6 to recruit hundreds more staff in response to digital technology Worldwide intelligence agencies increasingly rely upon internet and social media rather … 12 more words

International Relations