Intelligence in the Contemporary World

  • John Andrew Hart (Speaker)

Activity: Talk or presentation typesPublic lecture/debate/seminar


This talk explores the role of intelligence in international politics and government decision making in the 21st century world. Using British, US and worldwide examples, we will look at the establishment and development of intelligence agencies and critically analyse the contemporary uses of intelligence. This talk will also discuss future trends in intelligence capabilities and their effect on international relations, government policies and domestic law. The role of intelligence will also be contextualised by discussion of key concepts and debates in intelligence and also by looking at intelligence successes and failures.
Period4 Feb 2020
Held atUniversity of St Andrews