The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) recently published The Intelligence Edge: Opportunities and Challenges from Emerging Technologies for U.S. Intelligence to frame the work of its Technology and Intelligence Task Force.
ISP Director Steve Slick moderated a recent episode of the "Horns of a Dilemma" podcast now available on the War on the Rocks website.
The Center for Strategic and International Studies announced today the launch of a Task Force to explore the implications and applications of emerging technologies for the U.S. intelligence community.
On February 25, 2020, ISP Senior Fellow Paul Pope joined the War on the Rocks' WarCast to discuss the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the importance of precision in intelligence briefings, and how consumers of intelligence in the U.S. Government should welcome objective information and assessments.
The LBJ School's student-run Baines Report recently published an interview with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence's (ODNI) Principal Executive Andrew Hallman.
The ISP Director was quoted in a recent comment by Carla Robbins in The American Interest. The article raises concerns over the Justice Department’s unconventional investigation into IC assessments of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Sue Mi Terry, a former CIA senior analyst who also held positions with the National Security Council (NSC) and the National Intelligence Council (NIC), answered questions from Foreign Affairs about her journey to a career in intelligence. To read the full article, click HERE.
Students interested in applying for U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) internships and full-time positions may be interested in this recent article by Lindy Kyzer of Government Executive.
ISP Senior Fellow J. Paul Pope recently reviewed David P. Oakley's "Subordinating Intelligence: The DoD/CIA Post-Cold War Relationship" in the Joint Forces Quarterly. Click HERE to read the review.
ISP Director Steve Slick participated in a recent on-line roundtable discussion of “Civil-Intelligence Relations” organized by the Foreign Policy Research Institute. The roundtable was sponsored by the FPRI’s Program on National Security and included the Institute’s President-elect, Carol Rollie Flynn.