By Jeff Cuddlington

27 January 2016

As the United States (U.S.) foreign focus shifts from a region where there has been a general freedom of access for intelligence gathering assets, leaders must consider that many regions containing near-future threats do not grant U.S.forces the permissive access that they have become accustomed to. Developed nations like Russia, China, North Korea, and Iran are among the locations that the military and State Department once again consider to be top threats. These potential threats simply will not allow foreign powers like the U.S.to have complete freedom of movement and will actively work against attempted U.S. intelligence operations…

Andrew Krepinevich, Mark Gunzinger and Christopher Dougherty referenced in Cuddlington’s IndraStra Global opinion