IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- "A funny thing happened between my preparing to leave the chair of the National Intelligence Council at the end of 2016 and now: Donald Trump was elected president. As I prepared to work and speak about the future challenges of national intelligence, I thought I had a clear view of the issues on the horizon, if not always an equally clear view of what do to about them. Yet here, too, as in almost every aspect of US policy, Trump's election has scrambled the deck, injecting enormous uncertainty."
In this white paper, SMA's Greg Treverton describes the conventional challenges facing our national intelligence, and reflects on how the non-normal times ushered in by the Trump Administration has created additional challenges. You can read this white paper on our website at http://www.smawins.com/Home/News_Details/42.
About the Authors
Gregory Treverton left the chairmanship of the National Intelligence Council in January 2017. He has written widely on strategy and intelligence, and served in government on the Hill and on the National Security Council staff. Greg is an Executive Advisor to SMA.
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