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Question 1: ________ intelligence is usually assigned to intelligence agencies, often with large, secret budgets.
DemocracyAuthoritarianismAnarchyGovernment

Question 2: Intelligence collection is often controversial and seen as a threat to ________.
PropertyTortureHuman rightsPrivacy

Question 3: ________, Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR)
Under Secretary of State for ManagementUnited States Department of StateUnited States Secretary of StateBureau of Diplomatic Security

Question 4: ________ (SIS, colloquially "MI6" in popular culture)
Secret Intelligence ServiceGovernment Communications HeadquartersMI5Defence Intelligence Staff

Question 5: Intelligence gathering disciplines, or, more narrowly, and the sources and methods used to obtain them are often highly classified and sometimes compartmentalized, and intelligence officers need top level ________.
Security clearanceRoyal Canadian Mounted PoliceSignals intelligenceCanadian Security Intelligence Service

Question 6: ________, Office of Intelligence and Analysis
United States Secretary of Homeland SecurityUnited States Department of DefenseUnited States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security

Question 7: These use a variety of techniques to obtain information, ranging from secret agents (HUMINT) to electronic intercepts (________, IMINT, SIGINT, and ELINT) to specialized technical methods (MASINT).
Central Intelligence AgencyResearch and Analysis WingSignals intelligenceInter-Services Intelligence

Question 8: Intelligence is essential for government policy formation and operations; it is a policy matter for individual governments whether While usually associated with warfare, intelligence can also be used to preserve ________.
Civil disobedienceAnarchismMohandas Karamchand GandhiPeace

Question 9: "Intel" is in contrast with "________", which typically refers to precise or particular information, and "fact", which typically refers to verified information.
Statistical graphicsDataStatisticsExperiment

Question 10: Intelligence (abbreviated int. or intel.) refers to discrete or secret information with ________ and relevance, and the abstraction, evaluation, and understanding of such information for its accuracy and value.
ISO 4217CoinCurrencyCyprus







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