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The FBI Abroad

Bridging the Gap Between Domestic & Foreign Intelligence

Darren E. Tromblay (author)

ISBN: 9781626379022

Publication Date: Sep 2020

Format: Hardback

How is it that the FBI, a domestic intelligence agency, operates beyond the US borders? What role does the bureau play in emerging democracies? In what ways does it contribute to US diplomacy and global security? Darren Tromblay tackles these intriguing questions to assess the FBI's presence abroad.
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How is it that the FBI, a domestic intelligence agency, operates beyond the US borders? What role does the bureau play in emerging democracies? In what ways does it contribute to US diplomacy and global security? Darren Tromblay tackles these intriguing questions to assess the FBI's presence abroad, revealing the inextricable nature of domestic and foreign intelligence activities.
Pages 277
Dimensions 229 x 152
Date Published 30 Sep 2020
Publisher Lynne Rienner Publishers
Subject/s International relations   Espionage & secret services  
  • A Global Domestic Intelligence Service.
  • Origins of the FBI's Operations Abroad.
  • The Bureau's Foreign Intelligence Legacy.
  • Diplomacy and Institution Building.
  • Oversight of International Programs.
  • Legal Attachés and the US Information Advantage.
  • Modern FBI Priorities.
  • On the Front Lines.
  • Abroad Advisedly: The Legat Program in the Twenty-First Century.
Darren E.Tromblay has served as an intelligence analyst with the US government since 2005.

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