Intelligence Studies: The New Academic Discipline in Security Studies

Author
Shady Abdelwhab
Content Type
Working Paper
Institution
Future for Advanced Research and Studies (FARAS)
Abstract
Intelligence studies is considered a sub-sub-level of international relations, falling under security or strategic studies. It is considered an example of realist policies in action, as intelligence is one of the activities that states undertake to protect and further their strategic interests as defined by a notion of national security. That is why most universities that deliver intelligence courses links intelligence with security in their title
Topic
International Affairs
Political Geography
Global Focus