Intelligence’s Accidental Profession by Zachery Tyson Brown “I’d rather be a bookie than a goddamned poet.” - Sherman Kent, 1964 When everything is intelligence, nothing is intelligence. That was the theme of a speech given by the intelligence scholar Wilhelm Agrell in 2002. Agrell judged then that the craft of intelligence analysis—what for now I’ll....
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