How do you detect deception in people who are collecting intelligence?

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I AM GOI G TO POST TWO DIFFERENT FORUM QUESTIONS. THIS IS EASIER THEN SEPERATING AND MAKING ANOTHER POST. Do both post the same way initial post followed by responding to classmates.

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Denial & Deception - GradedEach week, forum discussions should include: substantive 250+ word initial answer; initial answer posted by Thursday at 11:55pm ET; follow-ups to classmates posted by Sunday at 11:55pm ET.

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Denial and deception are attempts by those you are collecting intelligence against to either prevent collection or to provide signals that are are misleading and deceptive.

This topic is worthy of a full course, but we must introduce this topic here in Intelligence collection. Read Deception.pdf for this discussion forum.

The question for this week is two-fold for collectors:

1) How can you tell whether your collection is being targeted for disinformation or deception? Research and include real-life examples!

--AND--

2) What measures as a collector can you take to reduce the effects of that disinformation/deception?

BEFORE POSTING: please be sure to COMPLETE AND USE the readings in this week's lessons. It is imperative to review these, study them, before posting so that you can learn the material and engage thoughtfully.

To get a better understanding of the impact of denial and deception operations, I have placed 5 videos here that will help you understand denial and deception, and if you think about what is happening and how it affects the collection of intelligence you can begin to form ideas and approaches for addressing this very severe problem facing all collectors of intelligence:



Forum #2

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While it is extremely important to be comfortable using the library and that should be your starting point for research, there are many important resources available on the web as well. It's important that you be able to find the reliable ones. For this week's forum, watch the screencast on finding information from research institutes or think tanks, then do a search for information on fragile or failed states using think tanks like Brookings Institute or Chatham House.. What do you think are most important things to know about fragile or failed states?''

Respond to at least three colleagues, providing feedback on their search strategies and the quality/relevance of the texts they located.


Instructions: Your initial post should be at least 350 words. Please respond to at least 3 other students. Responses should be a minimum of 150 words and include direct questions.

Exemplary

50 points

Meets Standards

40 points

Below Standards

30 points

Unsatisfactory

0 points

Initial Discussion Posting

The initial post is worth a maximum total of 50 points.

Contribution is posted by due date and demonstrates an in-depth understanding of the concepts presented by providing evidence from the material andreferences (with citations) to the readings and associated resources.

Contribution contains no spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors. If audio post, contains no grammar or speaking errors.

Posting is made on time.

Contribution demonstrates an understanding of the concepts presented by providing evidence from the material or references (with citations) to the readings and associated resources.

Contribution contains no more than 3 unique spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors.

Posting is made on time.

Contribution demonstrates an understanding of the concepts presented, however no reference to the readings or associated resources is made to support the ideas shared.

Contribution contains 4 or more unique spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors.

Posting is made after the due date.

Does not contribute or answer the question posed.

Contribution contains so many spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors that the meaning is unclear.

Posting is made after the due date.

Exemplary

50 points

Meets Standards

40 points

Below Standards

25 points

Unsatisfactory

0 points

Responses to Discussion Posts of Other Classmates

The responses to other classmates are worth a maximum total of 50 points.

There are more than 2 responses to others by the due date and each advances the learning by includingat least two of the following components:

  • Validates post with additional evidence from the literature.
  • Poses a thoughtful question which generates further discussion.
  • Provides an alternative point-of-view, and evidence is provided.
  • Offers additional insight into how the concept might be understood, with evidence provided.

and addresses questions and comments by the instructor.

Responses containno spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors.

Responses to others advance the learning by including at least one of the following components:

  • Validates post with additional evidence from the literature.
  • Poses a thoughtful question which generates further discussion.
  • Provides an alternative point-of-view, and evidence is provided.
  • Offers additional insight into how the concept might be understood, with evidence provided.

Responses contain no more than 3 unique spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors.

Only 1 response is posted, or responses to others do not advance the learning, or include any of the following components:

  • Validates post with additional evidence from the literature.
  • Poses a thoughtful question which generates further discussion.
  • Provides an alternative point-of-view, and evidence is provided.
  • Offers additional insight into how the concept might be understood, with evidence provided.

Responses contain more than 4 unique spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors.

Responses to others are made after the due date.

Does not respond to others.

Additional points may be awarded at the discretion of the course instructor if the stude

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