Espionage and Intelligence

For decades, spies have been a source of intrigue, often romanticized and sensationalized in popular culture. However, the reality of espionage is often very different from what is depicted in movies and books. It more often involves hacking into computers than donning disguises and traveling to glamorous exotic destinations. This volume looks at contemporary issues related to espionage and intelligence, including how they relate to the political and corporate worlds, their relationship to the rights to privacy and free speech, and the ethics of espionage. Through presenting a wide range of perspectives, this volume will help clarify the nature of espionage today and the different attitudes experts take towards it.

Library Bound Book List: $50.43 / S&L: $40.34
Paperback Book List: $34.80 / S&L: $27.85

Reading Level: 10-12+

Interest Level: 9-12+

Product type: Library Bound Book
ISBN: 978-1-5345-0972-6
Copyright: 2024
Language: English

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