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Intelligence : From Secrets to Policy,9781933116020

Intelligence : From Secrets to Policy

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9781933116020

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1933116021
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Pub. Date:
9/1/2005
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Author Biography

Mark M. Lowenthal has more than twenty-three years' experience in the executive and legislative branches of government as an intelligence official. He currently is an adjunct professor in the graduate programs at Columbia University and George Washington University and is a senior principal in the Intelligence Directorate of SRA International, Inc., where he is involved in a variety of projects in support of the U.S. intelligence community.

Table of Contents

Tables, Figures, and Boxes ix
Preface xi
Acronyms xiv
Chapter 1 WHAT IS "INTELLIGENCE"? 1(10)
Why Have Intelligence Agencies?
2(3)
What Is Intelligence About?
5(4)
Key Terms
9(1)
Further Readings
9(2)
Chapter 2 THE DEVELOPMENT OF U.S. INTELLIGENCE 11(19)
Major Themes
12(7)
Major Historical Developments
19(9)
Key Terms
28(1)
Further Readings
29(1)
Chapter 3 THE U.S. INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY 30(24)
Alternative Ways of Looking at the Intelligence Community
33(1)
The Many Different Intelligence Communities
34(4)
Intelligence Community Relationships That Matter
38(10)
The Intelligence Budget Process
48(4)
Key Terms
52(1)
Further Readings
52(2)
Chapter 4 THE INTELLIGENCE PROCESS—A MACRO LOOK: WHO DOES WHAT FOR WHOM? 54(14)
Requirements
55(4)
Collection
59(1)
Processing and Exploitation
60(1)
Analysis and Production
61(1)
Dissemination and Consumption
62(2)
Feedback
64(1)
Thinking about the Intelligence Process
65(2)
Key Terms
67(1)
Further Readings
67(1)
Chapter 5 COLLECTION AND THE COLLECTION DISCIPLINES 68(41)
Overarching Themes
68(11)
Strengths and Weaknesses
79(25)
Conclusion
104(2)
Key Terms
106(1)
Further Readings
106(3)
Chapter 6 ANALYSIS 109(36)
Major Themes
110(14)
Analytical Issues
124(15)
Intelligence Analysis: An Assessment
139(3)
Key Terms
142(1)
Further Readings
142(3)
Chapter 7 COUNTERINTELLIGENCE 145(12)
Internal Safeguards
146(3)
External Indicators and Counterespionage
149(1)
Problems in Counterintelligence
150(5)
Key Terms
155(1)
Further Readings
155(2)
Chapter 8 COVERT ACTION 157(17)
The Decision-making Process
158(4)
The Range of Covert Actions
162(3)
Issues in Covert Action
165(6)
Assessing Covert Action
171(1)
Key Terms
172(1)
Further Readings
172(2)
Chapter 9 THE ROLE OF THE POLICY MAKER 174(17)
The U.S. National Security Policy Process
174(3)
Who Wants What?
177(3)
The Intelligence Process: Policy and Intelligence
180(9)
Further Readings
189(2)
Chapter 10 OVERSIGHT AND ACCOUNTABILITY 191(29)
Executive Oversight Issues
191(4)
Congressional Oversight
195(8)
Issues in Congressional Oversight
203(7)
Internal Dynamics of Congressional Oversight
210(7)
Conclusion
217(1)
Key Terms
218(1)
Further Readings
218(2)
Chapter 11 THE LEGACY OF THE COLD WAR 220(12)
The Primacy of the Soviet Issue
220(2)
The Emphasis on Soviet Military Capabilities
222(3)
The Emphasis on Statistical Intelligence
225(1)
Collapse of the Soviet Union
226(2)
Intelligence and the Soviet Problem
228(2)
Key Terms
230(1)
Further Readings
230(2)
Chapter 12 THE NEW INTELLIGENCE AGENDA 232(23)
U.S. National Security Policy after the Cold War
232(4)
Intelligence and the New Priorities
236(16)
Conclusion
252(1)
Key Terms
253(1)
Further Readings
253(2)
Chapter 13 ETHICAL AND MORAL ISSUES IN INTELLIGENCE 255(19)
General Moral Questions
255(5)
Issues Related to Collection and Covert Action
260(6)
Analysis-Related Issues
266(4)
Oversight-Related Issues
270(2)
The Media
272(1)
Conclusion
273(1)
Further Readings
273(1)
Chapter 14 INTELLIGENCE REFORM 274(16)
The Purpose of Reform
274(2)
Issues in Intelligence Reform
276(11)
Conclusion
287(1)
Further Readings
288(2)
Chapter 15 FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE SERVICES 290(16)
Britain
290(4)
China
294(2)
France
296(2)
Israel
298(2)
Russia
300(3)
Conclusion
303(1)
Further Readings
304(2)
Appendix 1 ADDITIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATIONS AND WEB SITES 306(4)
Appendix 2 MAJOR INTELLIGENCE REVIEWS OR PROPOSALS 310(4)
Author Index 314(2)
Subject Index 316


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