This is the second of a two-part podcast set on the concept, and uses, of Strategic Intelligence. In this episode, Marc and Tom discuss how intelligence functions within democratic societies in an effort to look at how a theory of intelligence can emerge. Following up on the first part of the podcast, we look at what such a theory needs to answer before it can actually operate in a democracy.
In the second segment, we sit down for a long discussion with BGen (Ret’d) Dr James S. Cox, Vice-President, Academic Affairs with the Canadian Military Intelligence Association. After a 35 year career in the Canadian military dealing with Intelligence in a variety of settings, Jim completed a PhD looking at developing a theory of Intelligence that is truly interdisciplinary in nature. In this wide ranging discussion, Jim, Marc and Tom tease out how such a theory can be built from the ground up, pragmatic operations of intelligence.
Music: Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com
00:31 Talking about intelligence
13:41 Dr. Jim Cox
1:29:33 Marc – Theory vs operation
1:33:08 Tom – Social morality
1:35:17 Post Mortem