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Studies in Intelligence, Winter-Spring 2001

Winter-Spring 2001, No. 10

 

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

A Half-Century of Controversy
The Alger Hiss Case . . . John Ehrman [PDF 1.1MB*]

A Unique Vantage Point
Creating a Statutory Inspector General at the CIA . . . L. Britt Snider [PDF 505kB*]

Sterilizing a "Red Infection"
Congress, the CIA, and Guatemala . . . David M. Barrett [PDF 719kB*]

Expanding the Horizon
Israel's Quest for Satellite Intelligence . . . E. L. Zorn [PDF 489kB*]

Walter Pforzheimer Reminisces
Interviewing an Intelligence Icon . . . William Nolte [PDF 1.1MB*]

Keeping Up on Cuba
A Listening Post in Miami . . . Justin F. Gleichauf [PDF 373kB*]

 

INTELLIGENCE TODAY AND TOMORROW

Protecting CIA Interests
Openness and the Future of the Clandestine Service . . . N. Richard Kinsman [PDF 553kB*]

    Arguing for Accountability
    Openness and the CIA . . . Warren F. Kimball [PDF 420kB*]

      The Nation-State's Changing Role
      Intelligence and the Market State . . . Gregory F. Treverton [PDF 628kB*]

       

      INTELLIGENCE IN RECENT PUBLIC LITERATURE

        The Book of Honor: Covert Lives and Classified Deaths at the CIA . . . Thomas M. Troy, Jr. [PDF 157kB*]

        Best Truth: Intelligence in the Information Age . . . Richard L. Russell [PDF 153kB*]

           

          COMMENTARY

          Unlucky SHAMROCK--The View from the Other Side . . . James G. Hudec [PDF 778kB*]

           

          COVER

          On the Cover: Chief Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes with his law clerk, Alger Hiss. From Allen Weinstein, Perjury: The Hiss-Chambers Case (Random House: New York, 1979), p. 327, copyright John Knox, 1976.

           

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