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Volume 49, Number 3, 2005

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UNCLASSIFIED EDITION

 

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

A Long Look Back
Directors of Central Intelligence, 19462005
David S. Robarge

Famous Espionage Cases
Tracking Julius Rosenberg's Lesser Known Associates
Steven T. Usdin

Effective Interagency Collaboration
Intelligence Liaison between the FBI and State, 194044
G. Gregg Webb

Two Steps Backward
The Collapse of Intelligence Support for Air Power, 194452
Michael Warner

 

INTELLIGENCE TODAY AND TOMORROW

Collection and Analysis on Iraq
Issues for the US Intelligence Community
Richard Kerr, Thomas Wolfe, Rebecca Donegan, and Aris Pappas

Connecting the Virtual Dots
How the Web Can Relieve Our Information Glut
and Get Us Talking to Each Other

Matthew S. Burton

The Wiki and the Blog
Toward a Complex Adaptive Intelligence Community
D. Calvin Andrus

 

INTELLIGENCE IN RECENT PUBLIC LITERATURE

Spy Handler
Reviewed by John Ehrman

Counterspy: Memoirs of a Counterintelligence Officer in
World War II and the Cold War

Reviewed by Kevin C. Ruffner

Three Memoirs by Former CIA Officers
Reviewed by John Hollister Hedley

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

 

COMMENTARY

Raising Questions
A Different Take on FDR at Teheran and Yalta
Warren F. Kimball

 

All statements of fact, opinion, or analysis expressed in this volume are those of the author. Nothing in the volume should be construed as asserting or implying US government endorsement of a volume’s factual statements and interpretations.


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