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compression of timelines for collecting, evaluating, and interpreting intelligence on increasingly complex issues; and exponential increases in the amount of information of potential value.

Fingar’s introductory chapter demonstrates why IC analysts need the insights and tools of the behavioral and social sciences, as discussed in Parts IIIV of this volume.

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