Strategic Intelligence for American National Security

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Princeton University Press, 1991 - Political Science - 232 pages
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Bruce Berkowitz and Allan Goodman draw on historical analysis, interviews, and their own professional experience in the intelligence community to provide an evaluation of U.S. strategic intelligence.

  

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Contents

Strategic Intelligence Today
3
Intelligence and Planning
30
Intelligence and Collection
64
The Analytical Process
85
Intelligence and Problems of Organization
110
Some Immediate Issues Funding Personnel Organization
137
The Challenge Ahead and Lessons from Experience
168
Afterword
185
The Intelligence Cycle A Checklist of What Can Go Wrong
195
Glossary
203
List of Officials Interviewed
210
Notes
213
Index
233
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Bruce D. Berkowitz has held various positions in the intelligence community and also served on the staff of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.

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