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|Title:||The intelligence cycle is dead, long live the intelligence cycle: Rethinking intelligence fundamentals for a new intelligence doctrine|
|Citation:||In "Understanding the intelligence cycle", Editor Mark Phythian. pp. 56 - 75, Routledge, (2013)|
|Abstract:||In the spring of 2009 the UK Ministry of Defence elected to undertake a review of the existing military Joint Intelligence Doctrine. The existing doctrine, Joint Warfare Doctrine 2-00 (JWP 2-00) Intelligence Support to Joint Operations had been promulgated in 2003 largely on the basis of coalition-oriented expeditionary and peace support operations in the Balkans, Middle East and Afghanistan. This had replaced an earlier, first edition of JWP 2-00 issued in 1999.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Politics, History and Law Research Papers|
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