Intelligence as a response to contemporary threats from non state actor

Taneski, Nenad and Bogatinov, Dejan (2019) Intelligence as a response to contemporary threats from non state actor. In: 12th International scientific and professional conference "Crisis management days 2019", 27-29 May 2019, Amadria Park Šibenik, Hrvatska - Croatia.

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Threats from non-state actors are becoming more and more common in the 21st
century, and will continue to increase in the future. Thus, we have to realize that only by
successful intelligence we can prevent these attacks. Moreover, in the future, intelligence will
develop and remain vital to dealing with threats from non-state actors. The significance of the
intelligence security system for the state is invaluable.
Intelligence must fulfill tasks if it wants to keep pace with dealing with threats from non-state
actors, with methods such as gathering information, searching through the received raw data,
compiling information and data, drawing the right conclusions and transferring them.
By fulfilling the above mentioned tasks, intelligence realizes it’s basic function, which is to
obtain quality, timely and reliable information in order to successfully eliminate threats from
non-state actors of the 21s century. The implementation of intelligence processes is of particular
importance because it provides an answer to the questions posed by political and military
authorities at all levels.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: intelligence, non-state actors, conflicts, special operations, security
Subjects: Social Sciences > Political Science
Divisions: Military Academy
Depositing User: Nenad Taneski
Date Deposited: 10 Dec 2019 12:27
Last Modified: 10 Dec 2019 12:27

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