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Volume 49, Number 1, 2005

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VOL. 49, NO. 1, 2005
UNCLASSIFIED EDITION

 

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

Getting It Right
CIA Analysis of the 1967 Arab-Israeli War
David S. Robarge

Early Days of the Intelligence Community
Bureaucratic Wrangling over Counterintelligence, 1917–18
John F. Fox Jr.

Dissecting Soviet Analysis, 1946–50
How the CIA Missed Stalin’s Bomb
Donald P. Steury

Learning Quickly on the Job
Gathering Intelligence in Laos in 1968
Frederic McCann

George Foulk, HUMINT Pioneer
The First US Naval Attaché to Korea
Col. John F. Prout, USA (Ret.)

 

INTELLIGENCE TODAY AND TOMORROW

Support to Military Operations
The Evolution and Relevance of Joint Intelligence Centers
James D. Marchio

Toward a Stronger Intelligence Product
Making the Analytic Review Process Work
Martin Petersen

 

INTELLIGENCE IN RECENT PUBLIC LITERATURE

Treasonable Doubt: The Harry Dexter White Spy Case
Reviewed by James C. Van Hook

Operatives, Spies and Saboteurs: The Unknown Story of the Men
and Women of World War II’s OSS

Reviewed by Clayton D. Laurie

The Intelligence Officer’s Bookshelf
Compiled and Reviewed by Hayden B. Peake

 

COMMENTARY

A Different Angle on the Aspin-Brown Commission
L. Britt Snider

 


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