A Failure of Intelligence
By Mary Sandow-Quirk
Recent events have made the inadequacies of intelligence services in even the most powerful countries glaringly obvious and various causes for these failures have been canvassed. Many of these problems have arisen from a limited understanding of the complexities of each phase of the intelligence cycle as illustrated by cases drawn from a variety of intelligence contexts.
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Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation
Volume 20, Issue 2