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Eftimiades, N. (1994). Chinese Intelligence Operations. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: The Intelligence Cycle

    AUTHORS: Antonella Colonna Vilasi

    KEYWORDS: Intelligence, Security, Intelligence Cycle, Politics, Society

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Political Science, Vol.8 No.1, December 29, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Focusing on the Information Cycle, reference is made to the distribution architectures and the pathways that the various Intelligence products (journals, reports, alerts, forecasts) produce to the Administration (Intelligence Cycle). An introduction to any study on the Information loop needs a brief digression to clarify concepts such as data, news, and information. Events mean any event or action that has been established to be true and/or has occurred and whose knowledge is assigned an information value; the information is the unclear cognition of a fact and/or a significant event related to topics of interest; information, in turn, is the product resulting from data following a frame of processing, analysis, interpretation, comparison, reasoned integration and evaluation.