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Vol. 48, NO. 3, 2004

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVESBanner for Studies in Intelligence, Journal of the American Intelligence Professional

 

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

Assessing an Earlier Panel on Intelligence
The Aspin-Brown Intelligence Inquiry: Behind the Closed Doors of a Blue Ribbon Commission
Loch K. Johnson

Reform of the Intelligence Establishment
Preserving Central Intelligence: Assessment and Evaluation in Support of the DCI
William Nolte

 

INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS

Rethinking Thinking
Thinking Straight: Cognitive Bias in the US Debate about China
Josh Kerbel

Remembering an Imagined DDI
When Jack Welch Was Deputy Director for Intelligence
Zefram Cochran

 

INTELLIGENCE AND OPEN SOURCES

A Venerable Source in a New Era
Sailing the Sea of OSINT in the Information Age
Stephen C. Mercado

Collaboration to Manage WMD Information
Intelligence Support to the Life Science Community: Mitigating Threats from Bioterrorism
James B. Petro

 

 

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

The Hazards of Private Spy Operations
The Pond: Running Agents for State, War, and the CIA
Mark Stout

 

 

INTELLIGENCE IN RECENT PUBLIC LITERATURE

The Great Game: The Myth and Reality of Espionage
Reviewed by Hayden B. Peake

Under the Wire: How the Telegraph Changed Diplomacy
Donald P. Steury

The Intelligence Officer's Bookshelf
Compiled and reviewed by Hayden B. Peake


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