Why was Indonesia missing from the U.S. intelligence community's Worldwide Threat Assessment?
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Among the many factors at play, here are four plausible reasons U.S. intelligence chiefs aren’t resigning in the wake of criticism from President Trump.
It is not too early to begin planning a turnaround for U.S. intelligence under a new chief executive who appreciates the Intelligence Community’s unique capabilities, its fragile assets, and essential contributions to America’s national security.
The Intelligence Studies Essay: "After you, Alphonse," or Why Two Different Intelligence Agencies Now Attend National Security Council Meetings, Whether It Matters, and How to Mitigate the Potential Hazards
What impact will we see from President Trump's revised executive order requiring both the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the CIA to participate in National Security Council deliberations?
It is important to push back on unfair attacks against the intelligence community because American liberalism primarily rests on a faith in democratic institutions, whether congressional representatives, diplomats, political appointees, or the intelligence community.
An overview of the administration's new rules for disseminating raw SIGINT among intelligence agencies.
Obama Administration Releases Long Awaited New E.O. 12333 Rules on Sharing of Raw Signals Intelligence Information Within IC
The administration issues new raw SIGINT dissemination procedures.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has published a declassified version of the intelligence community's report on "Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent U.S. Elections," written by CIA, FBI, and NSA. President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump have now been briefed on the classified version of the report.
The report is available here and is also included below.
Ten members of the Electoral College have requested a classified briefing to review the issue of foreign influence in the election. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence should provide them one.
As Lawfare readers surely know by now, during Wednesday's third presidential debate there was this exchange (Transcript via New York Times):