Intelligence in Support of the Homeland Security

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1) What are the roles, limitations, and expectations of intelligence in support of the homeland security enterprise? Think not only of the national level but state and local levels. Consider this from a legal and operational perspective. How has the role of the U.S. intelligence community evolved since the end of the Cold War after the Berlin Wall fell in 1989? Focus on the ODNI era

resources:

Readings:

  1. Domestic Intelligence Today: More Security but Less Liberty? (2011)
  2. The Evolution of the U.S. Intelligence Community-An Historical Overview (1996)
  3. Intelligence in the Post-Cold War Period (2013)
  4. Defense Primer: National and Defense Intelligence (2016)
  5. EO 12333 (2008)
  6. The National Intelligence Strategy of the U.S.A. (2014)
  7. The Use and Limits of U.S. Intelligence (2002)
  8. Homeland Intelligence: The Unique Community Within the Community (2016)
  9. Homeland Security Intelligence: Perceptions, Statutory Definitions, and Approaches (2009)
  10. An Intelligence Community Primer (2005)


2)What are some of the similarities and differences that exist among different transnational organized crime groups? Why are these significant?

Resources:

Defining Transnational Crime

Intelligence and Law Enforcement: Countering Transnational Threats to the U.S.

Topology of Dark Networks

The Globalization of Crime - Introduction and Chapter One

Italian Mafia

North American Organized Crime

3) Describe the key institutions of the Bretton Woods system. How did they evolve over time? Are these institutions still necessary or relevant in today's globalized economy?

HELLEINER, ERIC. 2010. "A Bretton Woods moment? The 2007–2008 crisis and the future of global finance." International Affairs 86, no. 3: 619-636. http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy1.apus.edu/stable/4066...

Failure of the IMF Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, 41(1), 71-144. http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy1.apus.edu/docvi...

del Castillo, Graciana. 2010. Chapter four: The bretton woods institutions, reconstruction and peacebuilding. Adelphi Series 50 (412-413): 75. 25 PAGES http://www.tandfonline.com.ezproxy1.apus.edu/doi/a...

A Profile of Gender Disparities in the G20: What is Needed to Close Gaps in the Labour Market Download full research paper 25 PAGES

https://www.chathamhouse.org/publication/profile-g...

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Intelligence in Support of the Homeland Security Enterprise
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HOMELAND SECURITY

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Introduction
The greatest hindrance to all-source examination to a more noteworthy probability of coming to
an obvious conclusion is the human or foundational protection from sharing data. Amid this article,
we will look at the specific roles of intelligence in the Homeland Security Enterprise as well as the
Limitations and its expectations.
The Roles of Intelligence in Support of the Homeland Security Enterprise
The objectives of Intelligence stand to support indulgent of extortions through critical
investigation; gather info and intellect relevant to Homeland Security; share the info required to
take tact; and achieve acumen for the Homeland Security...

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