Intelligence agencies need to develop their strategic intelligence capabilities.
In this article, Patrick Bury and Michael Chertoff argue that the re-emergence of near-peer competition and the increasing complexity and pace of events in the next decade mean that Western services must improve their strategic intelligence collection, analysis and information exchange to focus on increasing strategic threats. Simultaneously, the continuing evolution of terrorism will require counterterrorism intelligence to also adapt.
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