Intelligence in Public Media
The Economic Weapon: The Rise of Sanctions as a Tool of Modern War —Reviewed by Thomas G. Coffey
The World According to China—Reviewed by Jeffrey W
African Intelligence Services: Early Postcolonial and Contemporary Challenges—Reviewed by Charles Long
Nonstate Warfare: The Military Methods of Guerrillas, Warlords, and Militias—Both reviewed by J.R. Seeger
Disruption: Inside the Largest Counterterrorism Investigation in History—Reviewed by J.R. Seeger
Master of the Game: Henry Kissinger and the Art of Middle East Diplomacy—Reviewed by Alan Fisher
The Matchmaker: A Spy in Berlin—Both reviewed by JE Leonardson
Nazis on the Potomac: The Top-Secret Intelligence Operation that Helped Win World War II—Reviewed by Warren Fishbein
Intelligence Officer’s Bookshelf—June 2022—Reviewed and compiled by Hayden Peake and others
Richard Mobley is a retired CIA military analysts and frequent Studies contributor.
Peter Usowski is the director of CSI.
Alan Fisher is a retired CIA analyst and manager who is currently an intelligence scholar in CSI’s Lessons Learned Program.
Thomas Coffey is a member of CSI’s Lessons Learned Program.
Warren Fishbein is a retired CIA analyst, manager, and methodologist.
Joseph Gartin is the managing editor of Studies.
Chris K. is a member of CSI’s Lessons Learned Program.
J. E. Leonardson is the pen name of an analyst in the CIA’s Directorate of Analysis. In April he was awarded a Studies in Intelligence award for sustained contributions of book reviews.
Charles Long is the pen name of a retired CIA operations officer who served in Africa.
Hayden Peake served in CIA’s Directorates of Operations and Science and Technology. He has contributed to the Intelligence Officer’s Bookshelf since 2002.
Mike R. is a member of CSI’s History Staff.
J.R. Seeger is a former CIA operations officer and regular Studies contributor.
Jeffrey W. is a longtime China analyst.