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Intelligence History

  • From the perspective of the history of intelligence, intelligence services are no longer primarily twilight agent headquarters that operated "dead letter boxes" and developed secret ink. They are foreign policy actors and producers of knowledge for decision-makers. In his contribution, Rüdiger Bergien develops a definition of this field of research. He traces how the academic study of intelligence services has developed since World War II, focusing on the question of how insights into the black box of intelligence services could be gained at different times. Finally, he presents the focal points of previous research and identifies desiderata.

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Author:Rüdiger Bergien
URL:https://docupedia.de/zg/Bergien_intelligence_history_v1_en_2021
DOI:https://doi.org/10.14765/zzf.dok-2304
Publisher:ZZF - Centre for Contemporary History: Docupedia-Zeitgeschichte
Place of publication:Potsdam
Document Type:Online Publication
Language:English
Date of first Publication:2021/08/03
Release Date:2021/08/24
ZZF Chronological-Classification:20. Jahrhundert
ZZF Regional-Classification:ohne regionalen Schwerpunkt
ZZF Topic-Classification:Kalter Krieg
Geheimdienste
Spionage
Cold War Studies
Propaganda
Web-Publications:Docupedia-Zeitgeschichte
Licence (German):License LogoCreative Commons - Namensnennung-Nicht kommerziell-Keine Bearbeitung (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)