Central Intelligence Agency

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  • Essay on Food Security in the Democratic Republic of Congo

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    kilometres (Central Intelligence Agency (US), 2013). The population in DR Congo is around seventy-five and a half million people with an average life expectancy of 56 years, a lot shorter than Australians (Central Intelligence Agency (US), 2013). The religion consists of Roman Catholic, Protestant and Muslims plus some other smaller religions (Central Intelligence Agency (US), 2013). The capital city is called Kinshasa, with other large cities called Lubumbashi, Mbuji-Mayi and Kananga (Central Intelligence

  • Environmental and Economic Benefits of Producing Solar Electricity

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    Security Act provided many new centralized aspects for intelligence, this included the National Security Council (NSC), the Director of Central Intelligence (DCI), as well as the creation of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The CIA after World War II became the premier in civilian intelligence gathering and analysis and was run by its own director of the CIA who was also the DCI. The DCI in this case acted as the principal intelligence advisor to the President as well as the newly formed NSC

  • The Fight Against International Terrorism

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    the Arabian Peninsula while uncovering which intelligence collection programs housed throughout the U.S. Intelligence Community are best suited at countering and defeating the tactics used by this often violent extremist organization. Additionally, this paper will distinguish which members of the IC will be the best collectors of the needed intelligence to thwart any future attacks plotted by this organization as well as identifying the proper intelligence analysis strategies that will be most effective

  • National Security Agency Essay

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    National Security Agency/Central Security Service The National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) was established in November 1952 to provide a cryptologic organization for the civilian and military leaders of the United States and to provide them with timely information. The National Security Agency (NSA) coordinates, directs, and performs highly specialized activities to produce foreign intelligence information and protect United States information systems through two main missions

  • Cia

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    The Central Inteligence Agency The CIA is one of the U.S. foreign inteligency agencies, responsible for getting and analyzing information about foreign government, corporations, individuals, and reporting such information to the various branches of the U.S. government. The State Department 's Bureau or intelligence and reserch and theDefense Department 'sdefense intelligence agency comprise the other two. Its headquarters is inLangley, Virginia, across the Potomac River from D.C. The Agency

  • Ci The Most Secretive Government Agency

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    What’s the most secretive government agency in the world? You guessed right, it’s the Central Intelligence Agency. The Agency as the insiders like to call it, is one of the greatest intelligence agencies in the world. I’m going to talk about several aspects of the CIA which will include the history, roles, responsibilities, and other various tidbits of information that are pertinent to the Agency. The CIA has a history that is shrouded in mystery. The Agency’s history is rich with patriotic acts

  • The Security And Foreign Policy

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    law enforcement and intelligence is the principal method of accomplishing this (Hughbank & Githens, 2010). Intelligence is vital to homeland defense and security. The U.S. intelligence community (IC) has the responsibility of conducting intelligence activities that are necessary for conducting foreign relations and for the national security of the United States (“Intelligence Community”, n.d.). The

  • Allen Dulles : Director Of Central Intelligence Essay

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    Dulles was the Director of Central Intelligence from 1953 until 1961 under the Eisenhower administration and the beginning of the Kennedy administration. Dulles was the first civilian Director of Central Intelligence, the longest serving Director of Central Intelligence, and helped transform the CIA from a small government agency into the far-reaching network it is today. Previously Allen Dulles worked as a Station Chief at the Office of Strategic Services, a government agency that was the forerunner

  • Brief2

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    Trade Representative). The primary industries in Bolivia are mining, smelting, petroleum, food and beverage, tobacco, jewelry, and clothing (Central Intelligence Agency). Each of these industries require fluid transfer of some sort, creating opportunities for pump manufacturers and distributors to penetrate the market in Bolivia. Numerous regional trade events take place each year (U.S. Department of State

  • Zero Dark Thirty : 9 / 11

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    their losses. 9/11 was America’s greatest tragedy and will have an everlasting impact on the lives of people who experienced it, and even those who did not. Gathering intelligence on the terrorist organizations behind the series of attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001 then became the focus of the Central Intelligence Agency. The mastermind behind that awful event was going to pay; dead or alive. Zero Dark Thirty is a motion picture based on the series of events leading up to the