Intelligence Issues and Developments

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Nova Publishers, 2008 - Political Science - 177 pages
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The U.S. Intelligence Community continues to adjust to the 21st Century environment. In the post-Cold War world, terrorism, narcotics trafficking and related money laundering is perceived both as criminal matters and as threats to the nation's security. Priority continues to be placed on intelligence support to military operations and on involvement in efforts to combat transnational threats, especially international terrorism. Growing concerns about transnational threats are leading to increasingly close co-operation between intelligence and law enforcement agencies. This book presents new in-depth analyses of developments in the field.
 

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Contents

THE FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE SURVEILLANCE ACT COMPARISON OF HOUSEPASSED HR3773 S2248 AS REPORTED BY THE SENATE ...
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INTELLIGENCE ISSUES FOR CONGRESS
51
Open Source Intelligence OSINT Issues for Congress
75
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act A Brief Overview of Selected Issues
99
Polygraph Use by the Department of Energy Issues for Congress
115
Intelligence Estimates How Useful to Congress?
133
DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE STATUTORY AUTHORITIES STATUS AND PROPOSALS
149
Covert Action Legislative Background and Possible Policy Questions
159
Index
169
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