[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Intelligence and the IR constructivist approach » (2020)

By Ioana Leucea « There is considerable debate as to how intelligence should be defined. Should a definition include covert action or secrecy as being an […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Spooked: The Secret Rise of Private Spies »

By Barry Meier « Private spies are the invisible force that shapes our modern world: they influence our elections, effect government policies and shape the fortunes […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Critical intelligence studies: introduction to the special issue »

By Hamilton Bean, Peter de Werd, Cristina Ivan « This introduction to the special issue describes recent developments in intelligence studies that support the establishment of […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Major or Minor?: For What Audiences are Intelligence Studies Programs Best Suited »

By Kevin Riehle « Intelligence and security studies degree programs at non-government universities offer a variety of diplomas, from bachelor’s degrees, to graduate certificates, to master’s […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « ‘No, we don’t know where Tupac is’: critical intelligence studies and the CIA on social media »

By Rhys Crilley, Louise Pears « Since joining Twitter in 2014, the CIA has used social media to show an uncharacteristically humorous side to an institution […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Understanding the complexity of intelligence problems »

By Christiaan Menkveld « The complexity of an intelligence problem determines to a great extent the certainty that can be provided by intelligence and security services. […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Top Secret Canada: Understanding the Canadian Intelligence and National Security Community »

By Stephanie Carvin, Thomas Juneau, Craig Forcese National security in the interest of preserving the well-being of a country is arguably the first and most […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Analytical Standards in the Intelligence Community: Are Standards Professionalized Enough? »

By Derek Reinhold, Charles M. Russo, Beth Eisenfeld « Analytical standards and its impact is a topic compelling the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) toward a discipline […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Intelligence Support for Operations in the Information Environment: Dividing Roles and Responsibilities Between Intelligence and Information Professionals »

By Rand Corporation « Operations in the information environment require close coordination between intelligence and information operations personnel. However, this coordination is hindered by a lack […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Outsourcing Us Intelligence: Contractors and Government » by @DamienVP

By Damien Van Puyvelde « In the 21st century, more than any other time, US agencies have relied on contractors to conduct core intelligence functions. This […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Introduction to Intelligence: Institutions, Operations, and Analysis »

By Jonathan M. Acuff, LaMesha L. Craft, Christopher J. Ferrero, Joseph Fitsanakis, Richard J. Kilroy Jr. « Introduction to Intelligence: Institutions, Operations, and Analysis offers you […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Les espionnes racontent: CIA, Mossad, KGB » – cc @womenknowintel

Par Chloé Aeberhardt  « Elles s’appellent Gabriele, Yola, Geneviève ou encore Ludmila. Huit femmes de l’ombre dont l’Histoire n’a pas retenu le nom, mais que Chloé […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « From Mandate to Blueprint: Lessons from Intelligence Reform »

« All new appointees to the federal government begin their assignments with enthusiasm and a mandate to achieve both ambitious and specific objectives but quickly discover […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Japanese Foreign Intelligence and Grand Strategy: From the Cold War to the Abe Era »

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Operation Dragon. Inside the Kremlin’s Secret War on America »

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Les espions au Moyen Age, de Benoît Léthenet »

« L’espion des chroniqueurs et des auteurs médiévaux endosse de multiples visages. Il existe une infinité de nuances entre l’ambassadeur, le secrétaire ducal, l’homme d’arme, le […]

#Etude #2007 – « Critical Thinking and Intelligence Analysis » – David T. Moore – National Defense Intelligence College

Analysts and analysts alone create intelligence. Although technological marvels assist analysts by cataloging and presenting data, information, and evidence in new ways, they do not […]

#Article #2019 – « The Academization of Intelligence: A Comparative Overview of Intelligence Studies in the West » – Kobi Michael and Aaron Kornbluth

« “Academization of intelligence” is defined as the academic research, conceptualization, and teaching about the world of intelligence. Its goal is to study the field of […]

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