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The Intercept: How the CIA Writes History

In researching and writing a biography of Angleton, I constantly confront a conundrum: Was the man utterly brilliant? Or completely nuts?

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Military Madness

Strategic sourcing: Evolving or devolving?

GSA announced in March that it’s asking for industry feedback on three options for reopening Schedule 75 as part of its market research.

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GCHQ and its Chamber of Secrets

It was reported on Sunday that GCHQ intervened to prevent the leak of the sixth instalment of JK Rowling’s Harry Potter series. In response the spy agency said that it “didn’t comment on defence against the dark arts”. 867 more words

The Lawless State

Title:                      The Lawless State

Author:                  Morton H. Halperin

Halperin, Morton H. (1976), et al. The Lawless State. The Crimes Of The U.S. Intelligence Agencies. New York: Penguin Books… 149 more words

Intelligence Agencies

Open Thread: Intel

One of the gimmicks on the old blog we called “The Espionage Model.” The idea was that White Nationalists should think in terms of an intelligence agency. 72 more words

Does 'I Want You' Only Apply to New-ish Small Businesses?

With all of the efforts underway to accommodate non-traditional small businesses, it seems as though agencies are being distracted by ‘shiny objects’ from the West. 219 more words