Book The civilian-military divide : obstacles to the integration of intelligence in the United States / by Louise Stanton.
Publication year: c2009.
Call Number UB251.U5 S73 2009
Media class: Book
Publisher: Santa Barbara, Calif. : Praeger Security International
ISBN: 9780313359873 0313359873
Extent: xi, 273 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Reviews the literature on conventional and unconventional war and sums up the current state of U.S. intelligence gathering at all levels of government, and looks at the range of recommendations for overhauling intelligence efforts in the context of the U.S. Constitution to assess what may or may not be constitutionally supportable.
The argument -- The security environment -- U.S. law -- The hypothesis, research question, methodology -- Intelligence : the domestic arrangements in the United States -- U.S. military doctrine on counterinsurgency, homeland security, and intelligence -- State fusion centers -- Planning -- Implications and conclusions -- War paradigms -- Posse Comitatus Act -- Requirements : national security strategies -- Collection : terrorism surveillance program : status in the courts and congress -- Analysis : intelligence products -- Members of the U.S. intelligence community : legal authority -- Members of the U.S. Intelligence community : descriptions and chart of members of USIC revisited -- Principles of joint operations -- The operational environment -- Full spectrum of operations -- Summary of decisions on information sharing (including plans, processes, and organizations) -- The commissions.