Policy Documents of Interest

Galdorisi, George
August 2005
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Aug2005, Vol. 131 Issue 8, p85
Conference Proceeding
This article presents information on monographs from the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency's Joint Military Intelligence College merit reading. Professionals and lay people alike will gain an understanding of both the detailed workings of the intelligence community as well as prescriptions for its continual improvement. "Terrorism Forecasting: A Web-Based Methodology," is a monograph which presents an interesting and intriguing approach to the classical problem and challenge of institutional warning and explores solutions to the ongoing challenged of garnering input from the disparate agencies involved in this process. Another monograph "Global War on Terrorism: Analyzing the Strategic Threat," provides a rich resource for invigorating the debate as to how best to focus the intelligence community's energies and resources to engage in the global war on terrorism.


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