National Intelligence Council


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National Intelligence Council

An organization within the U.S. intelligence community that prepares and presents information on world events to the U.S. president and other, relevant leaders. It leads the preparation of National Intelligence Estimates and prepares a Global Briefing every four years for each incoming President. It also serves as a hub for answering government leaders' questions. It was established in 1979.
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Soon after Casey's arrival at the CIA, he dispatched his first chief of the National Intelligence Council's Latin American division to teach at Georgetown University, pronouncing him, according to one of his former staff members, not "activist enough." In his stead, the director appointed Constantine Menges, known for his rabid anti-Soviet articles.
Bloomberg reports on the US National Intelligence Council report.
He informed the Senate that he would make Charles Freeman head of the National Intelligence Council despite the full-court press led by the neocons and the rightwing of the pro-Israel lobby against him.
It is notable that the chairman of the National Intelligence Council, Tom Fingar, and the national intelligence officer responsible for the NIE, Vann Van Diepen, have long experience at the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research, which has a strong reputation for independent analysis, often questioning the interpretations of the larger, more collection-oriented intelligence agencies.
Citing a National Intelligence Council assessment, Klobuchar said climate change's effects could cause political instability, massive movements of refugees, terrorism and conflicts over water, among other damages.
London, Nov 21 (ANI): The National Intelligence Council, an independent US Government body, has forecasted that the political, economic and military influence of America will substantially decline over the next two decades.
It was predictable that the report issued yesterday by the US National Intelligence Council on future geopolitical trends should be presented as bad news for the US with headlines proclaiming that its dominance in decline as China, India, Russia and even Iran grow in economic and thereby political and military strength.
The Association of Old Crows and the National Intelligence Council (NIC) will co-sponsor a Multinational Conference on Passive and Covert Radar on October 21-23, 2003, at the Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
The National Intelligence Council (NIC) report titled "Global Trends 2025: A Transformed World," is slated for release as early as Thursday.
The Global Trends reports, produced every four years by the National Intelligence Council, represents all 16 American intelligence agencies, in part to inform long-term thinking by new administrations, The New York Times reported.
The Association of Old Crows and the National Intelligence Council (NIC) will co-sponsor a Multinational Conference on Passive and Covert Radar on October 2 1-23, 2003, at the Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
The Chinese findings tie into another report published this week: the US National Intelligence Council review, which is issued every four years.
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