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Intelligence Analysis - International Student Edition
A Target-Centric Approach

Seventh Edition


512 pages | CQ Press
Now in its Seventh Edition, Robert M. Clark's Intelligence Analysis: A Target-Centric Approach once again delivers a consistent, clear method for teaching intelligence analysis, demonstrating how a collaborative, target-centric approach leads to sharper and more effective analysis. In addition to looking at the intelligence cycle, collection, managing analysis, and dealing with intelligence customers, the author also examines key advances and emerging fields like prescriptive intelligence. Through features like end-of-chapter questions to spark classroom discussion, this text combines a practical approach to modeling with an insider perspective to serve as an ideal and insightful resource for students as well as practitioners.
 
Part I. The Process, the Participants, and the Product
 
Chapter 1. Introduction
 
Chapter 2. Intelligence in the Age of Contested Norms and Persistent Disorder
 
Chapter 3. The Intelligence Process
 
Chapter 4. The Customer
 
Chapter 5. The Analyst
 
Chapter 6. The Analytic Network
 
Chapter 7. The Intelligence Product
 
Part II. The Analysis Process
 
Chapter 8. The Intelligence Issue
 
Chapter 9. Target Models
 
Chapter 10. The Target Framework
 
Chapter 11. Analyzing Existing Intelligence
 
Chapter 12. The Information Sources: Filling Gaps
 
Chapter 13. Denial, Deception, and Signaling
 
Chapter 14. Gaining Customer Acceptance
 
Part III. Anticipatory Intelligence
 
Chapter 15. Anticipatory Analysis: Forces
 
Chapter 16. Anticipatory Analysis: Methodology
 
Chapter 17. Outcome Scenarios
 
Chapter 18. Systems Modeling and Analysis
 
Chapter 19. Relationship Modeling and Analysis
 
Chapter 20. Geospatial Modeling and Analysis
 
Chapter 21. Simulation Modeling
 
Chapter 22. Prescriptive Intelligence
 
Chapter 23. Case Study: A Tale of Two NIEs

Robert Morris Clark

Robert M. Clark has more than five decades of U.S. intelligence community experience. A USAF lieutenant colonel (retired), Dr. Clark served as an electronics warfare officer and intelligence officer. At the CIA, he was a senior analyst and group chief responsible for developing analytic methodologies. He was cofounder and CEO of the Scientific and Technical Analysis Corporation, a privately held company serving the U.S. intelligence community. Clark holds an SB from MIT, a PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois, and a JD from George Washington University. Beyond analyzing wicked intelligence issues, his passion is... More About Author