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Author David Moore makes a powerful argument that analysts who possess critical thinking skills are better able to cope with the complexities of a post-Cold War world than those who are not. Although technology can assist analysts by cataloguing and presenting data, information and evidence in new ways, it cannot do the analysis for them. To be most effective, analysts need an overarching, reflective framework to add structured reasoning to sound, intuitive thinking. “Critical thinking” provides such a framework and goes further, positively influencing the entire intelligence analysis process. This paper defines critical thinking in the context of intelligence analysis, explains how it influences the entire intelligence process, explores how it toughens the art of intelligence analysis, suggests how it may be taught, and deduces how analysts can be persuaded to adopt this habit.
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Agency/Author Bio: David T. Moore is a career senior intelligence analyst and technical director at the National Security Agency. Moore is an adjunct faculty member of the National Cryptologic School and has taught at the National Defense Intelligence College, and Trinity University, both in Washington, DC. Mr. Moore holds a B.A. in sociology from Washington and Lee University and a Master of Science of Strategic Intelligence from the National Defense Intelligence College. He is the author of numerous publications on intelligence. Moore’s expertise in intelligence analysis competencies, methods, and standards was developed over two decades of intelligence assignments, both in Washington, DC area and abroad. This publication builds on six years of advocacy for, and mentoring of, best practices in intelligence.
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