Provide a 2-4 page paper about ethical and moral issues in intelligence by reviewing histo-ry, citing sources of applicable support for your findings, and identifying what are the implications. Ana-lyze and critically evaluate an ethical and moral issue within intelligence and then justify a position for or against a specific ethical issue historically associated with intelligence. Support your claim; take a posi-tion for or against the practice. Provide an introduction that begins generally and concludes with a the-sis statement that narrows a reader’s focus to the position you intend to discuss. In your thesis state-ment indicate your position on the issue (i.e. whether or not you think the a certain intelligence practice is morally or ethically wrong or if a specific case in history was handled in a morally or ethically ques-tionable manner). Then, go on to justify your position using supporting evidence within the body of the paper. Provide enough information so a reader understands the issues, but do not provide pages of summary. Organize the paper to support your position, not necessarily as a timeline or reenactment. Explain your position and provide evidence to support your position.
A successful paper should give a position, provide background on the moral and ethical issues, reflect on the context that might impact morality or ethical judgements with regard to this issue and draw a con-clusion about the implications for today’s intelligence professionals.