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The Israeli Intelligence Community

DOI: 10.4236/sm.2018.82009, PP. 114-122

Keywords: Intelligence, Military Intelligence, Security, Israeli Intelligence, Society, Politics

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The Israeli Intelligence Community is made up of Aman (military intelligence), Mossad (overseas intelligence) and Shin Bet (internal security). This analytical, theory-building article examines the Israeli Intelligence, the jurisdiction, organization and Departments from a different perspective, evaluating the culturally transmitted factors that influence political and military elites, security communities, and decision-makers.


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