Intelligence Analysis: Domestic and Foreign Threats Confronting the Biden Administration

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John Michael Weaver (Editor) – Associate Professor, Intelligence Analysis, York College, PA USA
Jennifer Yongmei Pomeroy (Editor) – Associate Professor, Geography, York College, PA USA

Series: American Political, Economic and Security Issues
BISAC: POL000000; POL040000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/BEKD1239

The United States, as the world’s sole superpower, is seeing its position wane as China and Russia look to reassert themselves as global powers, especially when seeing what is going on regarding Taiwan and Ukraine. These are significant challenges confronting President Biden and his national security team. Moreover, there are many other security issues confronting the United States. This book is an amalgam of open-source intelligence analysis of countries and non-state actors from around the globe that could hurt the United States. Chapters in this work dissect issues using qualitative analysis techniques focusing on secondary data sources in order to provide an unclassified assessment of threats as seen by the United States using two models (the York Intelligence Red Team Model and the Federal Secondary Data Case Study Triangulation Model). The key audience for this book includes the 18 members of the U.S. intelligence community, members of the U.S. National Security Council, allies of the United States, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) looking to provide support abroad, universities with international relations and intelligence analysis programs, and private sector companies considering expanding their operations overseas.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Introduction: National Security Issues Confronting the United States: An Overview
John M. Weaver, DPA
York College, York, Pennsylvania, USA

Chapter 2. Relentless Resiliency: A Qualitative Assessment of the United States’ Homeland Security
Rebekah Dodson, Cassidy Finnerty, and Lauren Gable
York College, York, Pennsylvania, USA

Chapter 3. Russia: A Strengthening Power in the Far North
Jason Bratcher, Brianna Chavis, and Michael Durant
York College, York, Pennsylvania, USA

Chapter 4. China: Rising to Become the New Global Hegemony?
Erich Steinke, Benjamin Kretzing, and Jack Langstaff
York College, York, Pennsylvania, USA

Chapter 5. Northeast Asia’s Sovereignty: The Analytic Study of North Korea’s Capabilities and Strategies
Nitzi Salinas-Gaitan, Christian Kellaher, and Alpha Wordsworth
York College, York, Pennsylvania, USA

Chapter 6. Iran’s Rogue Policy: Approaching Power Through Destabilization and Influence
Brendan Li, Colin Day, and Trevor Gimbor
York College, York, Pennsylvania, USA

Chapter 7. The Death and Aspiring Rebirth of ISIL’s Caliphate
Lauren Grow, Emily Ditt, and Hollianne Sebrosky
York College, York, Pennsylvania, USA

Chapter 8. Terms and Conditions May Not Apply: A Critical Dive into the Cyber Threats to the United States
Amy McGee, Kyle Strazdus, Katrina Jara-Siza, and William Bridge
York College, York, Pennsylvania, USA

Chapter 9. Conclusions: Understanding Intersectional Dynamics is the Key to Global Power Primacy
Jennifer Y. Pomeroy, PhD
York College, York, Pennsylvania, USA

Index


Editor’s ORCID iD

John Michael Weaverhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-4732-7927