political intelligence

political intelligence

Intelligence concerning foreign and domestic policies of governments and the activities of political movements.
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Momentum combines RepEquity's leadership in digital advocacy, marketing, reputation management, and technology with BIPAC's 50+ years of political intelligence and 15+ years in promoting employer-to-employee and grassroots advocacy through Internet technologies.
And yet the Labour Party, if it elects Jeremy Corbyn as leader, is selecting someone that every piece of political intelligence, experience and analysis tells you will never be elected Prime Minister.
Her speech rang with passion and political intelligence.
Ghazaleh, who from 2002 to 2005 was Syria's senior military intelligence official in Lebanon, was relieved of his position as head of political intelligence last month.
Rockefeller's lunges for Republican presidential nominations in 1960, 1964 and 1968 had high ample financial might and negligible political intelligence.
Summary: Hadi names Abdo Tareb to replace interior minister Abdelqader Qahtan and General Jalal al-Rweshan to take over from Ghalib al-Qamesh as head of political intelligence department.
His perspective on policy and political intelligence will help us better communicate to our clients and contacts how they may be affected by the political environment.
Major topics presented include: skills for intelligence-led private investigators, open source intelligence, target profiling, fraud intelligence, political intelligence, anti-terrorist and anti-gang intelligence, illicit organizations and financial intelligence, counterintelligence, clandestine communication methods, preparing a prosecution brief, legal issues for intelligence-led private investigators, and ethical issues for intelligence-led private investigators.
The emotional and political intelligence side of doing business will also become ever more important to ensure that things that need to be achieved within an organisation are actually done.
The book moves well from one conflict to another, highlighting many political lessons along the way, such as how George Washington's political intelligence guided some of his decisions on military strategies and engagements, what similarities existed between the British situation in America and the American situation in Vietnam, and how our failure to understand and adhere to our initial political objectives in Korea resulted in our snatching defeat (or, at the very least, a severely diluted victory) from the jaws of (absolute) victory.
A small amount of political intelligence applied at various times might have led to a different conclusion.
Or was it the political intelligence of the GPC that has made the JMP occupied with distributing positions, trading accusations, having conflicting ideologies in the squares, newspapers and on websites, and finally losing the national team spirit?