Intelligence Studies

Studies in Intelligence, 1997

Unclassified Extracts from 1997 and earlier issues of Studies in Intelligence

In Memoriam

An Honorable Man

William Colby: Retrospect

Harold P. Ford

Intelligence Today And Tomorrow

A National Nerve Center

Inside the White House Situation Room

Michael Donley, Cornelius O’Leary, and John Montgomery

Dual Use of Intelligence Technologies

Breast Cancer Detection Research

Sam Grant and Peter C. Oleson

A Blueprint for Survival

The Coming Intelligence Failure

Russ Travers

How to Succeed in the DI

Fifteen Axioms for Intelligence Analysis

Frank Watanabe

A Major Intelligence Challenge

Toward a Functional Model of Information Warfare

L. Scott Johnson

Historical Perspectives

The Record Versus the Charges

CIA Assessments of the Soviet Union

Douglas J. MacEachin

A Die-Hard Issue

CIA’s Role in the Study of UFOs, 1947-1990

Gerald K. Haines

Unpopular Pessimism

Why CIA Analysts Were So Doubtful About Vietnam

Harold P. Ford

Critics and Defenders

A Review of Congressional Oversight

James S. Van Wagenen

A Persistent Emotional Issue

CIA’s Support to the Nazi War Criminal Investigations

Kevin C. Ruffner

A Basic Intelligence Need

The Best Map of Moscow

Joseph A. Baclawski