EIRP Proceedings, Vol 9 (2014)

A New Risk Factor in the Evolution of Intelligence

Ecaterina Guita


Objectives: The purpose of this article is to point out the way intelligence evolved in the last decades with the accent on the new threats or challenges it’s faced with nowadays as well as to highlight it’s importance in every matter concerning the states but also raising to the level of the entire international system through it’s new ways of responding and operating in the informational era.

Prior Work: Just as Michael Herman and Richard J. Aldrich pointed out in their works, it is well known that the future of intelligence should concern every actor provided that the more technology evolves it’s role as well as the need for such structures are increasing.  

Approach: The main methods employed were documentation, observation, research and case study.

Results: Conducting this study we learned that the problem is still actual as the discussions concerning a major issue intelligence is confronted with are still open.

Implications: The study has implications in the academic groups because intelligence needs more and more specialists capable to face every situation no matter how unforeseen.

Value: The present paper brings together different points of view concerning the matter but was also meant as an alarm signal for the readers.



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