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The Oxford Handbook of National Security Intelligence
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About the Contributors Glossary PART I INTRODUCTION 1. National Security Intelligence LOCH K. JOHNSON 2. National Security and Public Anxiety: Our Changing Perceptions SIR RICHARD DEARLOVE PART II THEORY AND METHOD 3. Theories of Intelligence PETER GILL 4. The Sources and Methods of Intelligence Studies JAMES J. WIRTZ 5. Getting Intelligence History Right: Reflections and Recommendations from the Inside NICHOLAS DUJMOVIC 6. Assessing Intelligence Performance JOHN GENTRY PART III THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN INTELLIGENCE 7. The Rise of the U.S. Intelligence System, 1917-1977 MICHAEL WARNER 8. The Rise and Fall of the CIA RHODRI JEFFREYS-JONES 9. British Strategic Intelligence and the Cold War LEN SCOTT 10. Signals Intelligence in War and Power Politics, 1914-2008 JOHN FERRIS 11. The President's Intelligence Advisory Board MICHAEL ABSHER, MICHAEL DESCH, and ROMAN POPADIUK 12. Intelligence and Law Enforcement FRED F. MANGET 13. Evolution of International Collaboration in the Global Intelligence Era A. DENIS CLIFT PART IV INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION AND PROCESSING 14. The Dilemma of Open Source Intelligence: Is OSINT Really Intelligence? ARTHUR S. HULNICK 15. The Troubled Inheritance: The National Security Agency and the Obama Administration MATTHEW M. AID 16. The Human Collection of Intelligence FREDERICK P. HITZ 17. United Nations Peacekeeping Intelligence A. WALTER DORN 18. Privatized Spying: The Emerging Intelligence Industry PATRICK R. KEEFE 19. Guarding the Border: Intelligence and Law Enforcement in Canada's Immigration System ARNE KISLENKO 20. Extraordinary Rendition WILLIAM G. WEAVER & ROBERT M. PALLITTO PART V INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS AND PRODUCTION 21. Addressing "Complexities" in Homeland Security GREGORY F. TREVERTON 22. The Intelligence Analysis Crisis URI BAR-JOSEPH AND ROSE MCDERMOTT 23. Competitive Analysis: Techniques for Better Gauging Enemy Political Intentions and Military Capabilities RICHARD L. RUSSELL 24. Decision Advantage and the Nature of Intelligence Analysis JENNIFER SIMS 25. Intelligence Analysis in an Uncertain Environment WILLIAM M. NOLTE 26. The Dilemma of Defense Intelligence RICHARD A. BEST, JR. PART VI INTELLIGENCE DISSEMINATION 27. The Policymaker-Intelligence Relationship MARK M. LOWENTHAL 28. On Uncertainty and the Limits of Intelligence PETER JACKSON 29. The Perils of Politicization PAUL PILLAR 30. Leadership in an Intelligence Organization: The Directors of Central Intelligence and the CIA DAVID ROBARGE PART VII COUNTERINTELLIGENCE 31. The Future of FBI Counterintelligence through the Lense of the Past One Hundred Years RAY BATVINIS 32. Treason: "'Tis Worse than Murder" STAN A. TAYLOR & KAYLE BUCHANAN 33. The Challenges of Counterintelligence PAUL J. REDMAN 34. Catching An Atom Spy: MI5 and the Investigation of Klaus Fuchs TIMOTHY GIBBSPART VIII COVERT ACTION 35. Covert Action, Pentagon Style JENNIFER D. KIBBE 36. Covert Action: United States Law in Substance, Process, and Practice JAMES E. BAKER 37. Covert Action: Strengths and Weaknesses WILLIAM J. DAUGHERTY PART IX INTELLIGENCE ACCOUNTABILITY 38. The Role of Defense in Shaping U.S. Intelligence Reform JAMES R. CLAPPER, JR. 39. Intelligence and the Law in the United Kingdom IAN LEIGH 40. Rethinking the State Secrets Privilege LOUIS FISHER 41. Accounting for the Future or the Past? Developing Accountability and Oversight Systems to Meet Future Intelligence Needs STUART FARSON & REG WHITAKER 42. "A Very British Institution": The Intelligence and Security Committee and Intelligence Accountability in the United Kingdom MARK PYTHIAN 43. The Politics of Intelligence Accountability GLENN HASTEDT 44. Ethics and Professional Intelligence MICHAEL ANDREGG PART X INTELLIGENCE IN OTHER LANDS 45. Intelligence in the Developing Democracies: The Quest for Transparency and Effectiveness THOMAS C. BRUNEAU & FLORINA CRISTIANA (CRIS) MATEI 46. The Intelligence Services of Russian ROBERT W. PRINGLE 47. The German Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND): Evolution and Current Policy Issues WOLFGANG KRIEGER 48. Israeli Intelligence: Organization, Failures, and Successes EPHRAIM KAHANA 49. Intelligence and National Security: The Australian Experience DAVID MARTIN JONES Index

About the Author

Loch K. Johnson is Regents Professor and Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University of Georgia.

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The book is n[sic] extremely comprehensive collection of papers and articles by highly respected scholars and practitioners on the theory and practice of intelligence work. An extremely valuable resource for researchers and practitioners alike. * Adrian James, University of Portsmouth *

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