Technology, Intelligence, Security, and Statecraft

IWP 655
Four credits

The place of technology in today's world, together with the accelerating pace of technology change, has profound effects on the nature and conduct of American statecraft. This course examines how the march of technology has and is affecting intelligence, security and the other tools of statecraft. It also focuses on the challenges and opportunities presented by advanced technology. Key historical events and current policy issues will be explored.

Semester Available


To be Announced

Principal Professor


   Eugene Poteat
President, Association of Former Intelligence Officers {read more}