Question 1: Can all non-state actor threats be addressed unilaterally as a non-traditional threat to only one country? Do some of these non-traditional threats span borders and require international cooperation to counter the threat? If so, why? What problems might such cooperation bring?
Question 2: What are the most important differences between the Kent and Kendall visions of intelligence? Why are these differences so important and worth discussing? Which vision might be most applicable today and why?