Introduction to Intelligence
Institutions, Operations, and Analysis
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Introduction to Intelligence: Institutions, Operations, and Analysis offers a strategic, international, and comparative approach to covering intelligence organizations and domestic security issues. Written by multiple authors, each chapter draws on the author′s professional and scholarly expertise in the subject matter. As a core text for an introductory survey course in intelligence, this text provides readers with a comprehensive introduction to intelligence, including institutions and processes, collection, communications, and common analytic methods.
|ISBNs||9781544374673, 9781544374673, 1544374704, 9781544374703|
|Number of Pages||368|