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HIST 348 - American Intelligence: The Revolution to 9/11

(3.00)
This course surveys the history, development, and role of intelligence in international military and foreign affairs, as well as core intelligence functions and terminology to include collection, analysis, dissemination, propaganda, clandestine and covert action, and counterintelligence. Focusing on the U.S. experience, the course examines the U.S. Intelligence Community’s origins, operations, and management. The course evaluates component organizations, assesses intelligence contributions to policymaking and warfare, and examines how secrecy in intelligence is reconciled with the openness of the American political and constitutional system. Recommended Preparation Any 100-level Social Science course.

Course ID: 100468
Consent: No Special Consent Required
Components: Lecture



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