How can’inteligence success’ and ‘intelligence failure’ be defined? Use specific case studies to support argument
include a list of references. I would like Inteligence success and intelligent failures clearly defined and explained.
I thought of using the Yum Kippur war as a case study to demonstrate how prior knowledge of Israels military operational intentions and war readiness gave Egypt an intelligence advantage. But i am open to the writer using a different case study as long as it can very clearly demonstrate, an intelligent success.
I think using the Iraqi war failings will will be a good case study to illustrate, how the inadequate intelligent reports where relied upon to bolster a case for the invasion in iraqi.
And include of these sources
Billingsley, R., Nemitz, T. and Bean, P. (2013) Informers: Policing, Policy, Practise, London and New York: Routledge.
Kahana, E. (2002) ‘Early warning versus concept: the case of the Yom Kippur War 1973’, Intelligence and National Security, 17:2(), pp. 81-104.
Phythian, M. and Gill, P. (2006) Inteligence in an Insecure World, Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
Phythian, M. (2006) ‘The Perfect Intelligence Failure? U.S. Pre-War Intelligence on iraqis Weapons of Mass Destruction’, Politics & Policy, 34(2), pp. 400-424
Sindawi, K and Kahana, E. (2015) ‘The Yom Kippur War: The Success of Israeli Int