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Table of Contents Editorial Welcome Melissa Schnyder
Teaching the Millennial Intelligence Analyst Margaret S. Marangione
Teaching the Intelligence Collection Disciplines: The Effectiveness of Experiential Learning as a Pedagogical Technique Keith Cozine
Peer Review Skill Development in Intelligence Education John Andrews & Dale Nute
Voices from the Field
Teaching Intelligence Analysis: An Academic and Practitioner Discussion Richard J. Kilroy, Jr.
Review of Relentless Strike: The Secret History of Joint Special Operations Command Rhys Ball
Review of Why America Misunderstands the World: National Experience and Roots of Misperception Clinton L. Ervin
Review of The Handbook of European Intelligence Cultures Jo o Estevens
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