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Intelligence and National Security

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How intelligence supports U.S. national security and foreign policies. How it has been used by U.S. presidents to become what it is today; organizational strengths and weaknesses; how it is monitored and held accountable to the goals of a democratic society; and successes and failures. Current intelligence analyses and national intelligence estimates are produced in support of simulated policy deliberations.

Subject: 
IPS
Course ID: 
205 278
Grading: 
Letter (ABCD/NP)