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This collection of reports, prepared by students affiliated with the Security & Intelligence Program at The Ohio State University, conveys topics that students see as being relevant to the intelligence community. It spans the globe and a range of concerns. It captures a point in time. Their observations, and how they approach their work, offer a glimpse into the future that is nested in the present and rooted in the past. These insightful orientations will be the foundation from which they will work and, as such, convey insight to what they (and their generation) see as being noteworthy. These…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This collection of reports, prepared by students affiliated with the Security & Intelligence Program at The Ohio State University, conveys topics that students see as being relevant to the intelligence community. It spans the globe and a range of concerns. It captures a point in time. Their observations, and how they approach their work, offer a glimpse into the future that is nested in the present and rooted in the past. These insightful orientations will be the foundation from which they will work and, as such, convey insight to what they (and their generation) see as being noteworthy. These reports are edited with emphasis on perspectives from the U.S. intelligence community, in general, and more specifically in relation to the Defense Intelligence Agency, Special Operations Command/Pacific, Joint Special Operations University, National Security Agency and U.S. Army Culture & Foreign Language Directorate.
Autorenporträt
Colonel Jim Schnell (USAF, retired) completed his Ph.D. at Ohio University in 1982. He retired from the Air Force Reserve in 2007. His final posting was as an Assistant Air Force Attache, via the Defense Intelligence Agency, at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, China (1993-2007). Schnell is a Fulbright Scholar.