There is indeed very little doubt that the creation of the Intelligence community was all but about the Soviet Union and how its rapid expanding global influence could be sabotaged and subsequently defeated altogether…
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The intelligence community
Right from the Revolution that ushered in the independent America to the constitutional making, America’s founding fathers had their best foot forward, instituting and subsequently implementing well thought out policies as a tool for conflict resolution; policies that have passed the test of time to ward-off the effects brought about by being a shaky nation. With the rise of the Soviet Union to the status of an equal super power, rivaling the United States soon after Second World War, the number of silver bullets toward the United States increased in leaps and bounds, threatening the very security of a nation that had enjoyed superiority since World War I, in effect, raising Americans’ fears to question the capability of the state to protect itself and its position among nations of the world; questions which only piled up with the shocking incident of Pearl Harbor in 1941 . This very incident informed the need to increase security as a preventive mechanism to any foreign threats, which was but a reality, thus, the restructuring of the intelligence service from a simple political tool to a more developed and well-structured security organization that culminated into the formation of the Central Intelligence Agency in 1947.
It is news in the open in the 21st century America, that the intelligence service might have failed the nation yet again. The question as to whether the United States has a supervisory role over nations is indisputable; for America has but a global footprint that no any other nation can and/or will ever match in the near future.
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After the Cold War, however, there have developed new threats to national security, which are increasingly becoming unpredictable in nature. The means of the intelligence agencies to collect information pertaining to any security threats to the nation has had to be highly advanced.
Many people believe that there is no necessity to pay appropriate attention to the problem of global challenges, but these people overlook numerous facts of human rights violations in modern society, as well as the global warfare withstanding between the West and the East and stable contradiction between wealthy countries of democracy and backward poor states with numerous economic, demographic and social problems.
She has the following four documents on her desk. Which of them will not be a source of good information for her?
Drummer Inc. is a sports equipment provider with their chain of outlets across three states. As part of their expansion strategy,
s Blair claimed that the ODNI has accomplished so much during its few years of establishment regarding “information-sharing, technical, and cultural barriers across the Intelligence Community that were identified in the wake of the September 11th attacks.” (Best, 2010, p.
, fostering collection and analytic transformation, Leadership in technological acquisition and building, modernizing of business practices, accelerating the process of information sharing and clarification of the department of national intelligence authorities. This paper
The author states that it can be apparently observed that there exist various causes that eventually led towards the failure of the Intelligence Agency of America. Prior to the incident of 9/11 attack on America, the Intelligence Agency of the nation were viewed to be following a different set of rules and diverse standards.