Published October 30, 2006 by Irish Academic Pr .
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|Contributions||Christopher Andrew (Foreword), Eunan O"Halpin (Editor), Robert Armstrong (Editor), Jane Ohlmeyer (Editor)|
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|Number of Pages||246|
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The contributions in this book take a long view of intelligence as an element in state and international affairs, and explore not only the more cerebral aspects of the question - broadly speaking, the collection, assessment and use of information - but more questionable aspects of broader intelligence related activities, such as the circulation of disinformation, destabilization of states and.
The contributions in this book take a long view of intelligence, including an Irish dimension, as an element in state and international affairs, and explore not only the more cerebral aspects of the question – broadly speaking, the collection, assessment and use of information – but more questionable aspects of broader intelligence related activities, such as the circulation of disinformation, destabilization of states.
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