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BEZBEDNOST, OBAVEŠTAJNA AKTIVNOST I POLITIČKA KOMUNIKACIJA

WHY THEORY OF INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES

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In this work an effort has been made to obtain a com­prehensive review and analyze different conceptual des­ignations of the intelligence activities resulting from both individual and theoretical research efforts as well as many institutional definitions regarding this phenomenon. Fur­thermore, there are special research approaches in com­prehension of the intelligence activities phenomenon and its conceptual designation, systematically presented in this study. At the same time importance and significant role of the paper’s main issue (intelligence activities) was born in mind, related to preserving and promoting national se­curity as a part of foreign policy creating and realization process. Finally, this subject has to do with defining the national interests. Based on these theoretical assumptions, taking into account the general concept of scientific theory and theory in the social sciences, this piece of work realiz­es the phenomenon of intelligence activities in a historical context and furthermore it attempts to outline and justify building and conceptual elements which are foundation of the very theory of intelligence activities as a specific and special scientific approach to understanding the concept of intelligence within the framework of social and politi­cal, that is security phenomenon in the broadest sense.

 

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