Minor Intelligence Studies
Since the Second World War, intelligence and security services have played an important role in policy and decision making.
In this minor from the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs you will study both the organisations, their working methods, their analysis techniques, as well and the political, bureaucratic, and social context of intelligence and security services. You will learn about the structure, working methods, and the analysis techniques used by intelligence and security agencies in the Western world. Furthermore, the programme offers the choice to a specific focus on cyber intelligence, spy cases during the Cold War, intelligence failures, and the position and powers of intelligence services in the democratic legal order.
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