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Strategic intelligence collection and analysis is a capability they took pains to preserve . Many a reader of Studies in Intelligence knows the contributions of Sherman Kent, including his book Strategic Intelligence and American World Policy, published in 1949.
Strategic intelligence collection and analysis is a capability they took pains to preserve; we are perilously close to losing it. The reasons are complicated, but they deserve our examination and discussion in this anniversary year.
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While most other collections of this type are miscellaneous case studies or historical essays, this sturdily bound set is mostly about the present or very recent situation and about projections for the immediate future. Author of several books on .
Further, it provides comparisons regarding the various approaches to intelligence adopted by other nations around the world. Its five volumes underscore the history, the politics, and the policies needed for a solid comprehension of how the .
Strategic intelligence (STRATINT) pertains to the collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination of intelligence that is required for forming policy and military plans at the national and international level. Much of the information needed for strategic reflections comes from Open Source Intelligence
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Strategic Intelligence book. Further, it provides comparisons regarding the various approaches to intelligence adopted by other nations around the world.
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Volume IV: HOLDING NATIONAL SECURITY INTELLIGENCE . Recommend to Librarian.
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This National Intelligence Strategy (NIS) provides the Intelligence Community (IC) with strategic direction from the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) for the next four years. Ospatial-intellig ited states of amer. From the Director of National Intelligence. As the Director of National Intelligence, I am fortunate to lead an Intelligence Community (IC) composed of the best and brightest professionals who have committed their careers and their lives to protecting our national security.
Warner, Michael and MacDonald, J. Kenneth, Intelligence Community Reform Studies since 1947 (Washington: Center for the Study of Intelligence, 2005).