Designed to be used in introductory courses, this textbook addresses the structure, function, and processes of the intelligence community and exposes students to the issues, techniques and processes that inform the intelligence analysis discipline. The author begins with the historical background and philosophy of intelligence and then goes on to define its current parameters, exploring what it is, what it does, what its purpose is, and why it is necessary for security of the nation. An instructor's manual is available with qualifying course adoption which includes key terms, objectives, questions, and case study material.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 416
Dimensions: 254 x 178 mm