Secret intelligence and public policy: a dilemma of democracy
This readable book introduces students to the U.S. intelligence community, the functions of intelligence, and the mechanisms that are to provide public control of intelligence. Chapters on collection, analysis, counterintelligence, and covert action describe the form and uses of each, and illuminate the choices and tradeoffs involved in making decisions about intelligence.
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Silent Warfare: Understanding the World of Intelligence
Abram N. Shulsky,Gary James Schmitt
Limited preview - 2002
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