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Strategic Intelligence for the 21st Century: The Mosaic Methodprovides an industry insider's assessment of current intelligence methods and offers a new strategic model, directed toward the police, military, and intelligence agencies. The birth of the internet, the advent of 24 hour news and the rise of social media is evidence of how governments and those dealing in intelligence commodities struggle not only toaccessbut also tolimitthe information that is out there. At the same time, recent terrorist atrocities, such as 9/11 and the July 7th bombings in London, have highlighted the need for intelligence cooperation on a global scale - but how can this be achieved? Serving as a call to break from traditional models and forge more deeply and continuously inter-linked relationships,Strategic Intelligence for the 21stCenturyadvocates more fluid, networked operating methods, incorporating far more open-sourced information and data in analysis. Featuring contributions from key figures in the industry, including Sir Colin McColl, R. James Woolsey, and Sir David Phillips, this book presents a history of intelligence developments alongside the current challenges, analysing the impact on society - both from within and due to propaganda and covert action - and the influence wrought by technological innovations. With discussion of the Deep Web, the post-9/11 era, and the resulting impact on civil liberty and police operations,Strategic Intelligence for the 21st Centuryoffers a revolutionary new approach to intelligence analysis and global collaborations.
Table of Contents
Changing Definitions and Histories of Information and Intelligence
Changing Intelligence for Asymmetric Threats
Memories of Past Information Revolutions and their effects on Intelligence Methods
The Written History of Military Intelligence
Post- Modern Information, knowledge, 'truth' and intelligence
Global 3.0 - A New Geo-Political Intelligence Landscape
Current Cultural Perspective, Bias and Problems of Collection and Analysis including the Deep and Dark Web
Counter Intelligence, Covert Action, Conspiracy and Propaganda
Oversight and the Relationship of Analyst and Policymaker
An Intelligence Review
A 'Paradigm Shift' in Police Intelligence
Post Modern Global Intelligence for the 21st Century
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