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Studies in Intelligence - 1997

Semiannual Edition, No. 1, 1997

 

IN MEMORIAM

An Honorable Man
William Colby: Retrospect . . . . Harold P. Ford

 

INTELLIGENCE TODAY AND TOMORROW

A National Nerve Center
Inside the White House Situation Room . . . . Michael Donley, Cornelius O'Leary, and John Montgomery

Dual Use of Intelligence Technologies
Breast Cancer Detection Research . . . . Sam Grant and Peter C. Oleson

A Blueprint for Survival
The Coming Intelligence Failure . . . . Russ Travers

How to Suceed in the DI
Fifteen Axioms for Intelligence Analysis . . . . Frank Watanabe

A Major Intelligence Challenge
Toward a Functional Model of Information Warfare . . . . L. Scott Johnson

 

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

The Record Versus the Charges
CIA Assessments of the Soviet Union . . . . Douglas J. MacEachin

A Die-Hard Issue
CIA's Role in the Study of UFOs, 1947-1990 . . . . Gerald K. Haines

Unpopular Pessimism
Why CIA Analysts Were So Doubtful About Vietnam . . . . Harold P. Ford

Critics and Defenders
A Review of Congressional Oversight . . . . James S. Van Wagenen

A Persistent Emotional Issue
CIA's Support to the Nazi War Criminal Investigations . . . . Kevin C. Ruffner

A Basic Intelligence Need
The Best Map of Moscow . . . . Joseph A. Baclawski

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

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