Intelligence Today and Tomorrow
*Designing for Intelligence Integration
Understanding and Creating Colocated, Cross-Functional Teams
Frank Strickland and Chris Whitlock
*A Shield and a Sword
Intelligence Support to Communications with US POWs in Vietnam
Capt. Gordon I Peterson, USN (Ret.), and David C. Taylor
Transitioning into CIA: The Strategic Services Unit in Indonesia
William J. Rust
*Forged by Fire
The Intelligence Education of the First Head of CIA: Roscoe Hillenkoetter
Richard E. Schroeder
Intelligence in Public Media
The Billion Dollar Spy: A True Story of Cold War Espionage and Betrayal
Reviewed by Nicholas Dujmovic
Company Confessions: Revealing CIA Secrets
Reviewed by Hayden Peake
Near and Distant Neighbors: A New History of Soviet Intelligence
Reviewed by John Ehrman
Disciples: The World War II Missions of the CIA Directors who Fought for Wild Bill Donovan
Reviewed by Nicholas Reynolds
The Image of the Enemy-Intelligence Analysis of Adversaries Since 1945
Reviewed by Jason Manosevitz
The Secret War: Spies, Codes and Guerillas, 1939-1945
Reviewed by Nigel West
Being Nixon: A Man Divided
One Man Against the World: The Tragedy of Richard Nixon
Reviewed by Thomas Coffey
Ghost Fleet-Novel of the Next World War
Reviewed by Darby Stratford
Intelligence Officer’s Bookshelf
Compiled and reviewed by Hayden Peake
Darby Stratford is the penname of a former Directorate of Intelligence analyst now serving in the Emerging Trends program of the Center for the Study of Intelligence.
Thomas Coffey is a former Directorate of Intelligence analyst serving with the Lessons Learned Program of the Center for the Study of Intelligence.
Nicholas Dujmovic is a CIA historian, who, during most of his career, served in the CIA’s Directorate of Intelligence. (It is now called the Directorate of Analysis.) He is the author of The Literary Spy: The Ultimate Source for Quotations on Espionage & Intelligence, which was published under the penname Charles E. Lathrop.
John Ehrman is an analyst in the CIA’s Directorate of Analysis and a frequent contributor to Studies in Intelligence.
Clayton Laurie is a CIA historian. He has served as a military historian and has taught history at the university level.
Jason Manosevitz is an analyst in CIA’s Directorate of Analysis and a member of the Studies Editorial Board.
Hayden Peake has served in the CIA’s Directorates of Operations and Science and Technology. He has been compiling and writing reviews for the “Intelligence Officer’s Bookshelf” since December 2002.
William Rust is the author of four books about US relations with Southeast Asia during the Cold War. His most recent book, Eisenhower and Cambodia: Diplomacy, Covert Action, and the Origins of the Second Indochina War, will be published by the University Press of Kentucky in the spring of 2016.
Capt. Gordon I. Peterson (USN, Ret.), a naval aviator during the Vietnam War, flew 515 combat missions in attack helicopters with the Seawolves of HAL-3. He was a historical consultant for the Smithsonian Channel documentary, “The Spy in the Hanoi Hilton.” David C. Taylor produced and wrote The Spy in the Hanoi Hilton. He is the recipient of numerous awards for historical documentaries, including an Emmy and Peabody.
Nicholas Reynolds is a retired CIA officer and former CIA Museum historian.
Richard Schroeder is a retired CIA officer who serves as an adjunct professor specializing in Cold War and intelligence issues at Georgetown University. He has served in the CIA’s Directorates of Operations and Science and Technology, as well as in the Office of Congressional Affairs.
Frank Strickland and Chris Whitlock are former intelligence officers now serving as directors at Deloitte Consulting. They provide consulting services for various US government agencies and commercial clients, focusing on change management and the use of analytics in decisionmaking.
Nigel West is a British intelligence historian, who has since 1981 authored and coauthor a multitude of works on intelligence, including detailed historical dictionaries of elements of intelligence work or history.