Volume 54, Number 1


Unclassified extracts from Studies in Intelligence Volume 54, Number 1 (March 2010)


Intelligence Today and Tomorrow

The Post 9/11 Intelligence Community
Intelligence Reform, 2001–2009: Requiescat in Pace?
[PDF 858.2KB*]
Patrick C. Neary


Historical Perspective

The INT for Cross-National Academic Research
The Scope of FBIS and BBC Open Source Media Coverage, 1979–2008 [PDF 2.3MB*]
Kalev Leetaru


Intelligence in Public Literature

Spinning Intelligence: Why Intelligence Needs the Media, Why the Media Needs Intelligence [PDF 36.0KB*]
Mark Mansfield

U.S. Covert Operations and Cold War Strategy: Truman, Secret Warfare, and the CIA, 1945-53 [PDF 39.3KB*]
Nicholas Dujmovic

Defend the Realm: The Authorized History of MI5 [PDF 37.9KB*]
John Ehrman

Japanese Intelligence in World War II and
Nihongun no Interijensu: Naze Joho ga Ikasarenai no ka
[Japanese Military Intelligence: Why Is Intelligence Not Used?]
[PDF 33.5KB*]
Stephen C. Mercado

The Intelligence Officer’s Bookshelf [PDF 120.7KB*]
Compiled and Reviewed by Hayden B. Peake


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Nicholas Dujmovic is a CIA historian, author of The Literary Spy and numerous articles for Studies in Intelligence.

John Ehrman is CIA Directorate of Intelligence officer who specializes in counterintelligence. He is a frequent contributor.

Kalev Leetaru is Coordinator of Information Technology and Research at the University of Illinois Cline Center for Democracy and Chief Technology Advisor to the Illinois Center for Computing in Humanities, Arts, and Social Science.

Mark Mansfield has served as CIA’s Director of Public Affairs. He is currently officer in residence at the University of Miami.

Stephen C. Mercado is an analyst in the Open Source Center. He is a frequent contributor to Studies in Intelligence and is the author of The Shadow Warriors of Nakano.

Hayden Peake is curator of the CIA Historical Intelligence Collection. He served in the CIA’s Directorate of Science and Technology and the Directorate of Operations.

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