Intelligence Failure: A Conversation with Herbert Meyer, Part 2

I’m finally getting back to processing more of my wide-ranging conversation with former CIA honcho Herbert Meyer from last month.  (You can see part 1 of our conversation here.)  In this short segment, we talk more about the importance of knowing what you’re looking for, why it is important not to demand too much information, and how easy it is to go astray by sticking too closely to your own assumptions.  This segment is about 5:30 long:

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