Publisher: Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses
Price: Rs. 250  
The Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA) Report on Intelligence Reforms in India, advocates a paradigm shift towards holistic modernisation of the current Indian intelligence setup, by bringing in radical changes in the existing intelligence culture.
The Report looks at the problem in broader terms and studies the functioning of country's intelligence set-up; analyses the factors that impede good intelligence at various stages of collection, initial analysis, inter-agency cooperation and assessments and what can be done to improve assessments and human resources. It also examines the related issue of the necessity for the regular and periodic briefings of the political Executive after they receive the intelligence input in a processed form.
Chapter 1: The Rationale for Intelligence Reforms
Chapter 2: New challenges of national security management
Chapter 3: Legal status
Chapter 4: Recruitment
Chapter 5: Content of analysis & operations
Chapter 6: Technology updates
Chapter 7: Military intelligence needs
Chapter 8: External intelligence- relations with MEA
Chapter 9: Coordination of intelligence
Chapter 10: Accountability
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