Intelligence and National Security
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Intelligence and National Security is a peer-reviewed academic journal focused on the role of intelligence in international relations and politics. The journal was established in 1986 by Christopher Andrew and Michael I. Handel as the first academic journal that publishes research on intelligence's role in national security and international affairs  and is published by Routledge. The current editors are Mark Phythian and Stephen Marrin.
|Discipline||Political science and History|
|Edited by||Mark Phythian|
|ISO 4||Intell. Natl. Secur.|
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