Intelligence Analysis and Policy Making: The Canadian Experience

deThomas Juneau

|anglais
7 décembre 2021|
Intelligence Analysis and Policy Making: The Canadian Experience de Thomas Juneau

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Canada is a key member of the world's most important international intelligence-sharing partnership, the Five Eyes, along with the US, the UK, New Zealand, and Australia. Until now, few scholars have looked beyond the US to study how effectively intelligence analysts support policy makers, who rely on timely, forward-thinking insights to shape high-level foreign, national security, and defense policy.

Intelligence Analysis and Policy Making provides the first in-depth look at the relationship between intelligence and policy in Canada. Thomas Juneau and Stephanie Carvin, both former analysts in the Canadian national security sector, conducted seventy in-depth interviews with serving and retired policy and intelligence practitioners, at a time when Canada's intelligence community underwent sweeping institutional changes.

Juneau and Carvin provide critical recommendations for improving intelligence performance in supporting policy—with implications for other countries that, like Canada, are not superpowers but small or mid-sized countries in need of intelligence that supports their unique interests.

Titre :Intelligence Analysis and Policy Making: The Canadian Experience
Format :livre numérique Kobo
Publié le :7 décembre 2021
Publié par :Stanford University Press
Langue :anglais
Convient aux âges :Tous les âges
ISBN - 13 :9781503629714

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