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Intelligence Gathering in Security Assessment

Intelligence Gathering, Reconnaissance, Information Collection… No matter what you call it, it’s an important component of any security assessment project.

Intelligence Gathering:  The collection of intelligence both overt and covert to aid in the decision of a course of action.

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Should Civil Liberties be put aside for Intelligence Gathering?

Intelligence Gathering, Inherently Unethical?

The unaddressed ubiquitous ethical and moral quandaries that co-exist with the practice of intelligence gathering are a latent peril to the United States that compels the Government to act in an expeditious manner in order to confront this hazard. 1,868 more words

The Complete Collection

12 distinguished scholars respond to accusations

Dr. Maximilian Forte (an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Concordia University, Canada) has recently been aggressively defending an on-line article that accuses 12 distinguished scholars of… 1,675 more words

Eritrea

News You Really Need To See: "Uganda Describes Plot Foiled With U.S."

“Uganda Describes Plot Foiled With U.S.”

The Wall Street Journal, September 16, 2014, p.A7

http://online.wsj.com/articles/uganda-forces-discover-suicide-vests-ieds-at-suspected-terrorist-cell-1410783132

“Security forces said Monday that they discovered suicide vests and improvised explosive devices after foiling, with U.S. 289 more words

Military

On Remand: Game of Spies by Professor Lawrence Friedman

Intelligence gathering and analysis have long played a critical role in national security efforts. Historically, and with good reason, the extent, reach, and effect of intelligence activities have remained in the shadows, escaping the notice of many in government, as well as the attention of the American public.

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Thinking Aloud: "The Gatekeepers"

Sept. 15,  2014 by Darius 

This weekend, I finally saw The Gatekeepers, an Israeli documentary built around interviews with all six surviving heads of the Shin Bet, Israel’s domestic intelligence agency. 144 more words

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News You Really Need To See: "Pentagon Expands Footprint in Africa"

“Pentagon Expands Footprint in Africa”

The Washington Post, September 2, 2014, p.A1

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/pentagon-set-to-open-second-drone-base-in-niger-as-it-expands-operations-in-africa/2014/08/31/365489c4-2eb8-11e4-994d-202962a9150c_story.html

“The Pentagon is preparing to open a drone base in one of the remotest places on Earth: an ancient caravan crossroads in the middle of the Sahara.   291 more words

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