Intelligence Analysis: Unclassified Area and Point Estimates (And Other Intelligence Related Topics)

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John Michael Weaver (Editor)
DPA, Assistant Professor of Intelligence Analysis, York College, PA, USA

Jennifer Yongmei Pomeroy, PhD (Editor)
Assistant Professor of Geography, York College, PA, USA

Series: Intelligence and Counterintelligence Studies
BISAC: POL036000

Globalization has impacted the world with a seemingly inextricable linkage among all countries on this planet. This publication provides an intelligence analysis of regions and countries from around the world that are specified in the latest National Security Strategy of the United States. These regions and countries are dissected using predominately qualitative analysis techniques, focusing on secondary data sources in order to provide and open a source intelligence look at threats as seen by the United States. Moreover, this book looks at other contemporary intelligence-related issues from other authors as well. The key audience for this book include the seventeen members of the U.S. intelligence community, governments of other countries that share the United States’ assessment of current threats, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) looking to provide support abroad, and private sector companies looking to expand their operations overseas. (Imprint: Nova)

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Chapter 1. Introduction to the Prevailing National Security Issues Confronting the United States
John M. Weaver (York College of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)

Chapter 2. Threats to the National Security of the United States’ Homeland: A Qualitative Assessment
Samantha Gilbert, John Heffner, Julie Maheux, Shannon O’Fee, Ryan Taphouse, and Priscilla Yau (York College of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)

Chapter 3. Russia’s Threat to the National Security of the United States: A Qualitative Assessment
Alyssa Bushmire, Nicholas Carpenter, Kaitlyn Hopkins, Andrey Romanov, and Aaron Sowers (York College of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)

Chapter 4. Overview of China’s Threat to the National Security of the United States: A Qualitative Assessment
Liam Egan, Jacquelyn Meacher and Zachary Wallace (York College of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)

Chapter 5. North Korea and its Threats to U.S. National security: A Qualitative Assessment
Em Doss, Brian Gauthier, Jaewoo Kim, Austin Parker, and William Yommer (York College of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)

Chapter 6. Asia-Pacific Threats to the National Security of the United States: A Qualitative Assessment
Jake K. Cassidy, Alex F. Incarnato, Mikal F. Jenkins, Lyndsey C. Mitchum, and Rathana Pim (York College of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)

Chapter 7. African Security Threats and the Connection to the United States National Security: A Qualitative Assessment
Stuart Cerutti, Danielle O’Brien, Elizabeth Poole, and Lida Shamsaei Gil (York College of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)

Chapter 8. Central Command Threats to the National Security of the United States: A Qualitative Assessment
Rachel Diehl, Zach Kelley, Jennifer Liedy, Sarah Rifield, and Ryan Riley (York College of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)

Chapter 9. Escalating Tensions in the Middle East as Iran’s Nuclear Sanctions are Eased: A Qualitative Assessment
Michael Fenton II, Jathan Mahaffey and Tristan Workman (York College of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)

Chapter 10. Overview of Al Qaeda Threat to the National Security of the United States: A Qualitative Assessment
Nicole Heaton, Michael Remy and Maya Washington (York College of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)

Chapter 11. The Islamic State’s Threats to the National Security of the United States: A Qualitative Assessment
Dylan R. Liddick, Zachary J. Dwyer, Joseph T. Sindoni, and Matthew Ramey (York College of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)

Chapter 12. Concluding Comments and Future Outlook
Jennifer Pomeroy (Department of History and Political Science, York College of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)

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