U.S. Intelligence and the Confrontation in Poland, 1980-1981
Despite the U.S. government's sophisticated intelligence capabilities, policy makers repeatedly seemed to be caught off guard when major crises took place during the Cold War. Were these surprises the result of inadequate information, or rather the use made of the information available? In seeking an answer to this question, former CIA analyst Doug...
First Published in 1998
Feb 19, 2021A legendary intel officer, Doug MacEachin, has left us. Much of his impact, as Joe mentions below, was in improving the critical thinking and writing of those working with him. He also wrote one hell of a book, “U.S. Intelligence and the Confrontation in Poland, 1980–1981.” – source