Publications by Eugene Poteat

The End of Privacy: Lessons Learned by 4-Star Generals, the Intelligence Community, and the Rest of Us

Publication Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2012

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}

Polish air crash: Crime without punishment?

Publication Date: June 24, 2012

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}

Prof. Poteat comments on Russian spy swap

Publication Date: Friday, August 20, 2010

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 might have missed it, or thought you'd imagined it.  {read more}

Prof. Poteat comments on CIA Predator drones

Publication Date: Tuesday, August 17, 2010

In a recent Charleston Mercury article, IWP Professor Gene Poteat comments on protests surrounding the use of highly effective CIA Predator drones.   {read more}

Prof. Poteat comments on Polish plane crash in Tygodnik Solidarnosc

Publication Date: Tuesday, June 15, 2010

An article by IWP Professor Gene Poteat on the Polish plane crash has recently appeared in Polish publication Tygodnik Solidarnosc.  {read more}