Description: An exploration of the responsibilities different U.S. intelligence community members hold, including their authorities, limits, and oversight mechanisms, with particular emphasis on the intersection of national security concerns and civil liberties. The history and methods of foreign intelligence organizations that have shaped and continue to shape U.S. strategic intelligence, foreign policy, and national security planning will also be highlighted. Letter grade only.
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Prerequisite: INT 315 and INT 370