03796nam 2200589 450 991046071330332120210505235448.00-691-65065-91-4008-7915-910.1515/9781400879151(CKB)3710000000497733(EBL)4070956(MiAaPQ)EBC4070956(OCoLC)927442516(MdBmJHUP)muse49638(DE-B1597)468556(OCoLC)979580781(DE-B1597)9781400879151(Au-PeEL)EBL4070956(CaPaEBR)ebr11200137(CaONFJC)MIL846691(OCoLC)947725146(EXLCZ)99371000000049773320160419h19661966 uy 0engurnnu---|u||urdacontentrdamediardacarrierStrategic intelligence for American world policy /by Sherman KentPrinceton, New Jersey :Princeton University Press,1966.©19661 online resource (254 p.)Princeton Legacy LibraryIncludes index.0-691-62404-6 0-691-02160-0 Front matter --Preface --Note to Second Printing --Preface 1966 --Part I. Intelligence is Knowledge --Chapter 1. Intelligence is Knowledge --Chapter 2. Substantive Content: (1) The Basic Descriptive Element --Chapter 3. Substantive Content: (2) The Current Reportorial Element --Chapter 4. Substantive Content: (3) The Speculative - Evaluative Element --Part II. Intelligence is Organization --Chapter 5. Intelligence is Organization --Chapter 6. Central Intelligence --Chapter 7. Departmental Intelligence --Chapter 8. Departmental Intelligence Organization: Ten Lessons from Experience --Part III. Intelligence is Activity --Chapter 9. Intelligence is Activity --Chapter 10. Special Problems of Method in Intelligence Work --Chapter 11. Producers and Consumers of Intelligence --Appendix --Appendix. Kinds of Intelligence --IndexIntelligence work is in some ways like a newspaper or newsmagazine, in some like a business, in some like the research activity of a university; very little of it involves cloaks and daggers. All of it is important to national survival, and should be understood by the citizens of a democracy. In this remarkable book, an able scholar, experienced in foreign intelligence, analyzes all of these varied aspects of what is known as "high-level foreign positive intelligence." Illustrations are drawn from that branch, but the lessons apply to all intelligence, and in fact to all those phases of business, of journalism, and (most importantly) of scholarship, where the problem is to learn what has happened or will happen. Originally published in 1966.The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.Princeton legacy library.Intelligence serviceElectronic books.Intelligence service.327.12Kent Sherman569524MiAaPQMiAaPQMiAaPQBOOK9910460713303321Strategic intelligence for american world policy1035467UNINA