Intelligence Studies

Volume 46, No. 3

2002
Unclassified Extracts from Studies in Intelligence

Intelligence Today and Tomorrow

Policymakers and the Intelligence Community
Supporting US Foreign Policy in the Post-9/11 World
Richard N. Haass

Understanding Our Craft
Wanted: A Definition of “Intelligence”
Michael Warner

The Coming Revolution in Intelligence Analysis
What To do When Traditional Models Fail
Carmen A. Medina

Counterpoint to “The Coming Revolution in Intelligence Analysis”
Evolution Beats Revolution in Analysis
Steven R. Ward

Sorting Out “National Interests”
Ways To Make Analysis Relevant But Not Prescriptive
Fulton T. Armstrong

Historical Perspectives

Work Force Evolution
One Woman’s Contribution to Social Change at CIA
Dawn Ellison

Paths to Peace
The Information War in the Pacific, 1945
Josette H. Williams

Intelligence in Recent Literature

God’s Eye: Aerial Photography and the Katyn Forest
Reviewed by Benjamin B. Fischer

From Munich to Pearl Harbor: Roosevelt’s America and
the Origins of the Second World War
Reviewed by Michael Warner.

Secrets of Victory: The Office of Censorship and The American Press and Radio in World War II
Reviewed by Robert J. Hanyok

Commentary

Response to “Two Strategic Intelligence Mistakes in Korea, 1950”
A Personal Perspective
Thomas J. Patton