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    Cuban Collection Plan

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    Revolutionary Armed Forces comprises three armies covering the western, central and eastern parts of the island and includes about 50,000 troops. Other parts of Cuba’s military include hundreds of thousands of reservists and about a million men and women who receive training as ground troops. (France-Presse 2012) Raul Castro highlighted lessons learned from the past. In 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion, a botched Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) backed attempt to topple the government, further inflamed Cuban

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    general health of the people of Latvia is poor. Many issues affect this problem. Latvia was also a country previously under Soviet control. Bordered by Estonia, Lithuania, Russia, and Belarus, Latvia is a country on the smaller side. The Central Intelligence Agency reports, the population of Latvia is 2,165,165 people in 2014. Much of the younger group of the population get many deadly diseases, and the overall environment of the country affects the how healthy the people are. As a country with temperate

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    building of our country. National security agency and the central security service is a high-technology within the United States Department of Defense. The agency has two missions 1.) information assurance 2.) signals intelligence (“National Security Agency”). Information assurance seeks to ensure the security of private information and by signalling intelligence the individual gathers and analyzes secret information. People signalling intelligence are responsible for codes and ciphers. They

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    What caused the intelligence failure of 9/11 and how can this be corrected in the Future? On September 11, 2001 America changed forever. At 8:46 a.m. American Airlines Flight 11’ crash into the North Tower World Trade Center Tower in New York. At 9:03 United Airlines Flight 175 crashes in the South Tower of the World Trade Center. Then American Airlines Flight 77 crashes into the western façade of the Pentagon. While United Airlines Flight 93’ some believed this was destined for the White House

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    Chile Currency Union

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    References . Andreea, Teică Ramona. "The Economic And Monetary Union - An Optimum Currency Area?" Young Economists Journal / Revista Tinerilor Economisti 10.20 (2013): 85-93. Business Source Complete. Web. 29 Apr. 2014. Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency, n.d. Web. 30 Apr. 2014. . Rose, Andrew K., and Charles Engel. "Currency Unions And International Integration." Journal Of Money, Credit & Banking (Ohio State University Press) 34.4 (2002): 1067- 1087. Business Source Complete

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    Grant Proposal for Lesotho

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    Lesotho Textile Exporters Association - Home. LTEA, n.d. Web. 7 Feb. 2014. "Lesotho." Overview. World Bank, n.d. Web. 7 Feb. 2014."Lesotho Profile." BBC News. BBC, 19 June 2013. Web. 7 Feb. 2014. "CIA World Factbook." Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency, n.d. Web. 10 Feb. 2014. "UNICEF - Information by Country." UNICEF - Information by Country. Unicef, n.d. Web. 12 Feb. 2014. "Lesotho." Home. World Bank, n.d. Web. 13 Feb. 2014.

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    9/11 Commission was formed to trace the roots of Al-Qa’ida, investigate the history of the 19 hijackers, examine missed opportunities of law enforcement officials to avert the disaster, and make recommendations to clean up the faulty incoherent intelligence-gathering operation. The 500+ page 9/11 Commission Report contained thirteen chapters of historical narratives, analysis and recommendations. All ten members of the bi-partisan commission signed off on the report, which has arguably become a

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    Drone Strikes

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    (UAVs), or drones, for strikes around the world has been a question of ethics and morality ever since the technology developed. The United States Air Force, Federal Bureau of Investigations, Department of Homeland Security, Coast Guard and Central Intelligence Agency have utilized these types of aircraft in the conduct of their operations, both to strike in a foreign country, and to secure our borders. Both sides, for and against their use, have irrefutable points. The purpose of this article is not

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    The Intelligence Cycle

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    Introduction The Intelligence Cycle is an [effective], but outdated model. Essentially, it attempts to visualise intelligence as a process, and not merely a product. As such, by attempting a simple outline of a complex procedure, the cycle will be prone to misrepresenting dynamic changes; operational realities and either over, or under value particular parts of the process. However, it’s core strengths lie in it’s simplicity: shifting through the alphabet soup that is the Intelligence Community and

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    Operation Kitty was a CIA operation in the Cold War in which cats were surgically implanted with bugging devices to eavesdrop on Soviet conversations. The thought was that no one would suspect a cat. The 15 million dollar operation was dropped after one of the cats was run over by a taxi (Madrigal). This is a perfect example of the creativity the CIA used in the Cold War. The Cold War forced espionage technique to evolve into something more advanced. It showed how creative spymasters could be in

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