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Volume 49, Number 4, 2005

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VOL. 49, NO. 4, 2005
UNCLASSIFIED EDITION

 

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

Building an “Intelligence Literature”
Fifty Years of Studies in Intelligence
Nicholas Dujmovic

Politics and Intelligence
The “Photo Gap” that Delayed Discovery of Missiles in Cuba
Max Holland

CIA in the Classroom
Twenty Years of Officers in Residence
John Hollister Hedley

 

INTELLIGENCE TODAY AND TOMORROW

Collection and Analysis on Iraq
A Critical look at Britain's Spy Machinery
Philip H. J. Davies

Information-Sharing in Conflict Zones
Can the USG and NGOs Do More?
Ellen B. Laipson

The European Union
Developing an Intelligence Capability
Joao Vaz Antunes

Toward Improving Intelligence Analysis
Creation of a National Institute for Analytic Methods
Steven Rieber and Neil Thomason

 

INTELLIGENCE IN RECENT PUBLIC LITERATURE

The Wolves at the Door: The True Story of America's
Greatest Female Spy

Reviewed by Hayden B. Peake

First In: An Insider's Account of How the CIA Spearheaded
the War on Terror in Afghanistan

Reviewed by J. Daniel Moore

The Castro Obsession
Reviewed by Brian Latell

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


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