Tema broja

KULTURA, POLITIKA, BEZBEDNOST

OBAVEŠTAJNA AKTIVNOST U SISTEMU POLITIČKE VLASTI

Sažetak

Obaveštajna aktivnost kao društveni i politički fenomen predstavlja jedan od ključnih informacionih kanala kojima se nosioci političke vlasti informišu o prilikama i promenama u spoljnom okruženju, koje su od značaja za nacionalnu bezbednost i nacionalne interese. Kao bitan element informacione, odnosno, meke moći svake države, obaveštajna aktivnost svoju institucionalizaciju doživljava kroz delovanje savremenih obaveštajnih službы kao specijalizovanih ustanova izvršne vlasti. S druge strane, obaveštajna aktivnost ima jasno definisanu ulogu u procesu donošenja (spoljno)političkih odluka, jer nosiocima političke vlasti obezbeđuje rele­vantna i pravovremena završna obaveštajna znanja kao osnov za dalji tog procesa odlučivanja. Poseban značaj u procesu obaveštajnog istraživanja, odno­sno obaveštajnom ciklusu, ima analiziranje, produkcija i interpretacija tih saznanja, kao i pravilno definisanje informacionih/obaveštajnih potreba i zahteva od strane nosilaca političke vlasti. U ovim tačkama se i prelama sva osetljivost složenih odnosa između obaveštajne aktivnosti i poli­tičke vlasti.

 

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