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Teaching Intelligence in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada  

William C. Spracher

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Mar 2010
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Dec 2017

...Craft: Teaching Intelligence Studies. Occasional Paper No. 5 . Washington, DC: Joint Military Intelligence College, June. Swenson, R.G. (2002) Meeting the Intelligence Community’s Continuing Need for an Intelligence Literature. Defense Intelligence Journal 11 (2), 87–96. Syllabi of Intelligence-Related Courses (1999) Supplement to 1997 edition, same title and publisher. Washington, DC: Center for the Study of Intelligence. Symposium on Teaching Intelligence, October 1–2, 1993: A Report (1994) Washington, DC: Center for the Study of Intelligence, April. Teaching...

Diplomacy and Intelligence  

John D. Stempel

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Mar 2010
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Nov 2017

...for future intelligence scholars, and an excellent place for diplomatic scholars to begin work, especially volume 1, Understanding the Hidden Side of Government . (Additional volume titles are The Intelligence Cycle, Covert Action, Counterintelligence-Counterterrorism , and Intelligence Accountability ). Three other works commend themselves both as statements about intelligence and diplomacy, and as suggested guides to future points of study. The first, by former general and National Security Agency Director William Odom , is Fixing Intelligence: For a More...

Pathologies of Intelligence Producer-Consumer Relations  

Joshua Rovner

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Mar 2010
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Dec 2017

...Kovacs, A. (1997) Using Intelligence. Intelligence and National Security 12 (4), 145–64. Laqueur, W. (1985) A World of Secrets: The Uses and Limits of Intelligence . New York: Basic Books. Leslau, O. (2007) Who Needs Intelligence? The Use of Intelligence by Decision Makers. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, Chicago, February 28. Lowenthal, M.M. (2004) Tribal Tongues: Intelligence Producers, Intelligence Consumers. In L.K. Johnson and J.J. Wirtz (eds.) Strategic Intelligence: Windows into a Secret World...

Intelligence and Terrorism  

Erik J. Dahl and David Viola

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Mar 2010
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Nov 2017

...the intelligence aspects of those attacks. Amy Zegart’s Spying Blind ( Zegart, 2007a ) remains the lone book-length academic study of that intelligence failure; other increasingly dated works such as Posner ( 2005 ) , Russell ( 2007a ) , and Betts ( 2007 ) examine the use of intelligence in the case of 9/11, but only as part of broader reviews of American intelligence. This gap in the literature may simply reflect the nature of the information involved. Ranstorp comments, “Few academic studies successfully connect the terrorism and intelligence studies fields...

United States Intelligence Cultures  

Hamilton Bean

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Mar 2010
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Jan 2018

...American Intelligence . New York: Carroll and Graf. Dujmovic, N. (2008) Hollywood, Don’t You Go Disrespecting My Culture: The Good Sheppard versus Real CIA History. Intelligence and National Security 23 (1), 25–41. Dulles, A.W. (1963) The Craft of Intelligence . New York: Harper and Row. Ellison, D. (2002) One Woman’s Contribution to Social Change at CIA. Studies in Intelligence 46 (3), 45–53. Ferch, J.A. (1990) Ossification in Organizational Cultures. Studies in Intelligence 34, 11–15. Garicano, L. , and Posner, R. (2005) Intelligence Reform since...

Intelligence Cooperation  

Timothy W. Crawford

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Mar 2010
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Jan 2018

...Relations after 9/11 . New York, Routledge. Syrett, D. (2002) The Infrastructure of Communications Intelligence: The Allied D/F Network and the Battle of the Atlantic. Intelligence and National Security 17 (3), 163–72. Villadsen, O.R. (2000) Prospects for a European Common Intelligence Policy. Studies in Intelligence , 9. Von Kappen, F. (2003) Strategic Intelligence and the United Nations. In B. de Jong , W. Platje , and R.D. Steele (eds.) Peacekeeping Intelligence: Emerging Concepts for the Future . Oakton, VA: OSS International, pp. 3–10. Wales, T.C. (2005)...

Intelligence Analysis: Once Again  

Charles A. Mangio and Bonnie J. Wilkinson

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Mar 2010
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Jan 2018

...Washington DC: Joint Military Intelligence College, pp. vii–xi. Cooper, J.R. (2005) Curing Analytic Pathologies: Pathways to Improved Intelligence Analysis . Washington DC: Center for the Study of Intelligence. Davis, J. (1992) Combating Mindset. Studies in Intelligence 36 (5), 13–18. Davis, J. (2002) Sherman Kent and the Profession of Intelligence Analyst. Sherman Kent Center for Intelligence Analysis Occasional Papers 1 (5). Drell, B. (1957) Intelligence Research: Some Suggested Approaches. Studies in Intelligence 1 (4), 79–95. Eggleston, R.G...

Intelligence Failure Theory  

Thomas E. Copeland

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Mar 2010
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Nov 2017

...from Intelligence Failures. International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 18 (3), 435–50. Heuer, R. (1999) Psychology of Intelligence Analysis . Washington DC: Center for the Study of Intelligence. Holland, M. (2007) The Politics of Intelligence Postmortems: Cuba 1962–1963. International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 20 (3), 415–52. Hopple, G. (1984) Intelligence and Warning: Implications and Lessons of the Falkland Islands War. World Politics 36 (3), 339–61. Hughes-Wilson, J. (1999) Military Intelligence Blunders...

Intelligence in War  

John Ferris

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Mar 2010
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Jan 2018

...toward intelligence and deception. These works have much to teach. So do classic modern studies by Roberta Wohlstetter ( 1962 ) , Handel ( 1976 ), Robert Jervis ( 1976 ) , and Richard Betts ( 1982 ) , among others, which demonstrate key phenomena such as the nature of perception and deception, the inextricable roles of preconception and politics in intelligence analysis, the inevitability of intelligence failures and strategic surprise, and areas in which intelligence can and cannot be improved in quality. These few good books illuminate how intelligence affects...

Intelligence and International Security  

Richard J. Aldrich

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Mar 2010
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Dec 2017

...pressing problems of intelligence failure has perhaps served to constrain the ambition of Intelligence Studies in other directions. While it is the duty of intelligence services to look out upon the wider world and scan the horizon, by contrast the academics engaged in Intelligence Studies have tended to look inwards on bureaucracy and are somewhat “corridor-minded.” Indeed, given that much Intelligence Studies literature focuses on the United States, as an academic discipline, the overall texture of recent studies feels like a subset of those studying the internal bureaucratic...

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