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Intelligence Analysisand National Security
Written by a 35-year intelligenceproessional,
describes what IntelligenceCommunity analysts do, howthey do it, and how they areaected by the political contextthat shapes, uses, and sometimesabuses their output. It looks atwhy IC analysts pay more atten-tion to warning about potentialthreats than to providing inputthat might increase the likeli-hood o positive developments.
“Tom Fingar’s distillation o les-sons learned during more thantwo decades at the nexus o intelligence analysis and nationalsecurity decision-making is clear,concise, and brimming withinsight.
should be required reading or allwho produce, use, or think aboutintelligence.”
—Lt.Gen. Brent Scowcrot,National Security Advisor to PresidentsFord and George H.W. Bush
192 pp., 20119780804775946 Paper $21.95
9780804775939 Cloth $60.00
Table of Contents
Military Reorm/ Transormation/ Eectiveness
International Relations/ Conict and Politics
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What GovernmentsCan Do Abouterrorism
Edited by Paul Shemella
Since terrorism became aglobal national security issuein the new millennium, all gov-ernments have wrestled withits eects. Yet strong measuresagainst terrorism have oenmade the root causes o theproblem worse, while weak re-sponses have invited urther at-tack. In response,
explains how governments canconstruct and execute the mosteective strategies to combatterrorism—and how they canmanage the consequences o those acts o terrorism they cannot prevent. Written by ateam o experts, the book oersa concise but complete courseon the most important nationalsecurity challenge o our time.
“Terrorism is a devilish problembecause it ranges across somany perspectives. Paul Shem-ella and his ellow authors puta range o the pieces togetherin a way that advances under-standing or policymakers andprovides a comprehensiveguide or students.”
—Gregory Treverton,Director, RAND Center or Global Risk and Security
416 pp., 2 tables, 5 fgures, 20119780804777087 Paper $27.95
9780804777070 Cloth $90.00
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