Intelligence Studies

Studies in Intelligence, Fall-Winter 2001

2001

Unclassified Extracts from Studies in Intelligence

Historical Perspectives

The Power of Disinformation

The Lie that Linked CIA to the Kennedy Assassination

Max Holland

UK Indications and Warning

Gauging the Iraqi Threat to Kuwait in the 1960s

Richard A. Mobley

Open-Source Intelligence from the Airwaves

FBIS Against the Axis, 1941-1945

Stephen C. Mercado

Western Winds Behind Kremlin Walls

Eroding the Soviet “Culture of Secrecy”

Serge A. Mikoyan

Perceptions and Reality

Two Strategic Intelligence Mistakes in Korea, 1950

P. K. Rose

The Stuff of Intelligence Legend

Behind Japanese Lines in Burma

Troy J. Sacquety

Intelligence Today and Tomorrow

A Never-Ending Necessity

The Ten Commandments of Counterintelligence

James M. Olson

Intelligence in Recent Literature

Flawed by Design: The Evolution of the CIA, JCS, and NSC and Creating the Secret State: The Origins of the Central Intelligence Agency, 1943-1947

Reviewed by Michael Warner

Most Secret and Confidential: Intelligence in the Age of Nelson

Reviewed by T. A. Brook