Brassey's International Intelligence Yearbook 2003

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BRASSEY'S, 2003 - Reference - 395 pages
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Brassey's International Intelligence Yearbook includes profiles of the intelligence communities in more than fifty countries, with more than half of the total being completely original to this 2003 edition. Robert Henderson presents extended and updated country studies of the United States, Russia, India, Taiwan, and Pakistan, among others. Shorter country briefings outline the intelligence apparatus of such countries as Afghanistan, Syria, Vietnam, and Saudi Arabia. Each country’s profile covers its foreign, domestic, military, and technical intelligence branches, and many entries include organizational charts that show the relationship between the national intelligence services and the executive branch of government. This respected reference book provides an indispensable resource for government officials, intelligence practitioners, scholars, research librarians, news agencies, and intelligence junkies.

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Robert D'A. Henderson, Ph.D., is an international trends analyst and editor for the R+E+A Group. Previously, he was a senior strategic analyst with the Canadian government, after teaching international relations for almost twenty years in universities in Canada and overseas. He is a member of the editorial board for the International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence and a past editor of the Casis Intelligence Newsletter. He lives in Ontario, Canada.

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