#Livre #2014 – Analyzing Intelligence: National Security Practitioners’ Perspectives

Analyzing Intelligence, now in a revised and extensively updated second edition, assesses the state of the profession of intelligence analysis from the practitioner’s point of view. The contributors—most of whom have held senior positions in the US intelligence community—review the evolution of the field, the rise of new challenges, pitfalls in analysis, and the lessons from new training and techniques designed to deal with 21st century national security problems. This second edition updates this indispensable book with new chapters that highlight advances in applying more analytic rigor to analysis, along with expertise-building, training, and professional development. New chapters by practitioners broaden the original volume’s discussion of the analyst-policymaker relationship by addressing analytic support to the military customer as well as by demonstrating how structured analysis can benefit military commanders on the battlefield.

Analyzing Intelligence is written for national security practitioners such as producers and users of intelligence, as well as for scholars and students seeking to understand the nature and role of intelligence analysis, its strengths and weaknesses, and steps that can improve it and lead it to a more recognizable profession.

The most comprehensive and up-to-date volume on professional intelligence analysis as practiced in the US Government, Analyzing Intelligence is essential reading for practitioners and users of intelligence analysis, as well as for students and scholars in security studies and related fields.

Un service peu connu: l’Epidemic Intelligence Service du Centers for Disease Control

EIS is a long-standing, globally-recognized fellowship program, renowned for its investigative and emergency response efforts. Learn about the distinguished EIS network—from the program’s active disease detectives, its alumni, and the leaders and other public health servants—who ensure the integrity and relevance of this program in order to meet modern day public health needs.



“50 Years of the Epidemic Intelligence Service.” Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, vol. 50, no. 15, 2001, pp. 285–285. JSTOR, http://www.jstor.org/stable/23311996. Accessed 1 Apr. 2020.


#Livre #2019 – Researching National Security Intelligence: Multidisciplinary Approaches

Editor: Georgetown University Press – November 2019

Authors: Stephen Coulthart, Michael Landon-Murray, and Damien Van Puyvelde, Editors

Researchers in the rapidly growing field of intelligence studies face unique and difficult challenges ranging from finding and accessing data on secret activities, to sorting through the politics of intelligence successes and failures, to making sense of complex socio-organizational or psychological phenomena. The contributing authors to Researching National Security Intelligence survey the state of the field and demonstrate how incorporating multiple disciplines helps to generate high-quality, policy-relevant research. Following this approach, the volume provides a conceptual, empirical, and methodological toolkit for scholars and students informed by many disciplines: history, political science, public administration, psychology, communications, and journalism. This collection of essays written by an international group of scholars and practitioners propels intelligence studies forward by demonstrating its growing depth, by suggesting new pathways to the creation of knowledge, and by identifying how scholarship can enhance practice and accountability.


#Yougoslavie : une désintégration inéluctable | De l’autre côté du miroir – Partie 2 | ARTE

#Documentaire – #Yougoslavie : l’impossible unité | De l’autre côté du miroir – Partie 1 | ARTE

#Livre #2020 – Le goût de l’#Iran – Ed. Mercure de France

« Aujourd’hui République islamique d’Iran, ce pays est dépositaire d’une histoire multiséculaire. Au cœur des enjeux géopolitiques internationaux depuis que les Élamites l’habitent, l’Iran demeure un Etat unique en Orient, qui, entre peurs, défis et ambitions, souhaite avant tout retrouver sa grandeur d’antan et sa place d’autrefois. »

Livre – Le goût de l’Iran

#Livre #2018 – Cybersécurité face au défi de la confiance | Éditions Odile Jacob

Préface de Pascal Andrei

Comment mieux réguler la cybersécurité et édicter des règles communes ? Quelles sont les formations indispensables qu’une entreprise doit pouvoir proposer à ses cadres ? Comment choisir…

Source : Cybersécurité face au défi de la confiance | Éditions Odile Jacob