By Marc Guggenheim
The good news for Phil Coulson is that he's been reunited together with his former love, Lola - who, it seems, isn't really a flying motor vehicle. The undesirable information is that she grew to become his brain right into a weapon that can damage the surprise Universe.
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For foreign affairs they developed their chanceries in fits and starts, with variable results. '6 England had one of these fits of enthusiasm for information handling after the Restoration. "The most important function vested in the Secretaries of State in the seventeenth century was the management of "the intelligence". 9 Secret intelligence This mass of 'intelligence' has always contained some more than usually sensitive information, or 'secret (or covert) intelligence'. Spies and informers ('human intelligence' or Humint in modern US terminology) 4 5 6 7 8 9 G.
Changes came from around tKe middle of the century onwards. 'Intelligence' still remained in one sense just a synonym for information, as it still does. Newspapers for a long time remained 'intelligencers', and diplomats continued to speak of 'political intelligence'. But the term also gradually came to be associated for the first time with government institutions established specifically for 'intelligence' purposes, separated from decision-taking and policy-making, and distinct from the machinery of embassies and foreign offices which continued (and continue) to combine information-gathering with these executive functions.
There was some regular continental interest in peacetime military intelligence, and the development of printing and gradual liberalization of press and publication laws made books and newspapers increasingly available as sources of foreign information. '30 In Britain a Depot of 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Van Crevald, Command in War, pp. 3 8 - 9 . Parritt, The Intelligencers, p p . 3 6 - 4 5 . V a n Crevald, Command in War, p p . 66—8. Fritz, 'The Anti-Jacobite Intelligence System', pp. 279-80. Ellis, The Post Office in the Eighteenth Century, p p .
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 002 by Marc Guggenheim