This book provides an introduction to the complexities of contemporary Western Intelligence and its dynamics during an era of globalization. Towards an understanding of the globalization of intelligence process, Svendsen focuses on the secretive phenomenon of international or foreign intelligence cooperation ('liaison'), as it occurs in both theory and practice. Reflecting a complex coexistence plurality of several different and overlapping concepts in action, the challenging process of the globalization of intelligence emerges as: essential for complex issue management purposes during a globalized era characterized by transnational terror, crises (man-made and natural), and organized crime; while simultaneously raising several valid accountability and oversight concerns, including proportionality questions. The book spans several bodies of literature in a connective and exploratory manner offering an interdisciplinary and comprehensive analytical framework on a topical theme.16 in Johnson (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of National Security Intelligence. ... HQUSAA (2012) a#39;Information Collectiona#39;, US Army Field Manual (FM) 3a55 (April) . Hughes-Wilson, J. ... Limits of Military Coercion Theorya#39;, Select Bibliography 215 .
|Title||:||Understanding the Globalization of Intelligence|
|Author||:||Adam D.M. Svendsen|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2012-08-30|