Eugene Poteat is a Professor Emeritus at IWP and Former CIA Scientific Intelligence Officer.
Those mysterious attacks on our diplomats, national security officials, and their spouses in Havana, Cuba have been repeated, or conducted concomitantly in a new location: this time in Beijing, China.Read More ›
The End of Privacy: Lessons Learned by 4-Star Generals, the Intelligence Community, and the Rest of Us
Flings, adultery, hanky-panky, mistresses, private and semi-public liaisons are a common side-effect – some consider it a “reward” – to those who have achieved much, after years of dedication and self-deprivation, and are now – finally – at the top of their game.Read More ›
Shortly after the crash, Russia produced an official report, known as the MAK (Interstate Aviation Committee) Report, declaring pilot error the cause of the crash: a consequence of attempting to land in bad weather, with onboard officials urging the pilot to land in spite of the weather.Read More ›
Yes, I’m tired hearing about it too. So, this is the last time you’ll read about the quickest spy swap [read: giveaway] of all time. The reason: the media, after incandescing about Anna Chapman & Friends, has moved onto hotter, vacant stories, about celebs and sports figures. It went so fast, if you blinked, you…Read More ›
An article by IWP Professor Gene Poteat on the Polish plane crash has recently appeared in Polish publication Tygodnik Solidarnosc.Read More ›