1994
Unclassified Extracts from Studies in Intelligence

Intelligence Today and Tomorrow

Bridging the Intelligence-Policy Divide
A progress report
James A. Barry, Jack Davis, David D. Gries, and Joseph Sullivan

The Intelligence Revolution and the Future
One of time’s arrows
Wesley K. Wark

Government Spying for Commercial Gain
Problems and alternatives
Mark Burton

Taking Care of Business
A CIA officer-in-residence
David W. Overton

Openness and Secrecy
A basic tension
David D. Gries

Historical Perspectives

Lebanon and the Intelligence Community
A case study
David Kennedy and Leslie Brunetta

A Case Officer’s First Tour
Assignment Trieste
Richard Stolz

Reflections on Mail-Order Tradecraft
The Sears catalogue
Jon A. Wiant

The Exploits of Agent 110
Allen Dulles in wartime
Mark Murphy

At Work with Donovan
One man’s history in OSS
John D. Wilson

Questions, Questions, Questions
Memories of Oberusel
Arnold M. Silver

The Historical Intelligence Collection
From out of the past
Ward Warren and Emma Sullivan

Research Intelligence in Early Modern England
Official scholars and action officers
William H. Sherman

From the Archives

The Face of Moscow in the Missile Crisis
Attaché observations
William F. Scott

Historical Intelligence Documents
From COI to CIG

Intelligence In Recent Public Literature

SIGINT in the Novels of John le Carré
James Burridge