This course surveys the historical development of intelligence organizations in various parts of the world. Students will be able to describe and explain the historical development of intelligence trade-craft for the periods and geographical areas studied, from antiquity through medieval times and be able to bring these “lessons learned” to bear on present-day intelligence issues.
Demonstrate skill conducting basic research in the history of intelligence
Demonstrate a familiarity with strategic security challenges that confronted ancient civilizations and the solutions they undertook and developed
Apply historical understanding to modern issues in strategic security
Demonstrate ability to constructively discuss lessons from historical events, problems, solutions, and outcomes with others
Describe, analyze, and discuss important issues in the history of intelligence and their application
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