When Government Intelligence Agencies Encounter Nonstate Competitors

MIN READFeb 19, 2021 | 15:40 GMT

The lobby of CIA headquarters on Aug. 14, 2008, in Langley, Virginia.

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Nongovernmental actors that conduct intelligence collection, analysis and operations increasingly are being shown to operate in parallel and at times in place of traditional intelligence agencies. This creates a more complex informational, analytic and operational environment that offers tradeoffs for policymakers....

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