V2:3-19-23 (Summer 1958) PDF 336KB* McConnaughy, David see Allan,.
Betts,.J., "Operation Columba", Stud.
"Concerning Espionage and Social Courtesy" by Direction de la Surveillance du Territoire, months ago password crack administrator windows Stud.
V46:1-3-9 (2002 PDF 383.9KB* Warner, Michael, "Wanted: A Definition of 'Intelligence, Stud.
Greenslade, Rush., "CIA Meets the Press", Stud.Most important role of intelligence is to identify and measure enemy threats and friendly forces' opportunities."Pitfalls of Civilian Cover".K., "The Civil War: Black American Contributions to Union Intelligence", Stud.V37:5-1-8 (1994) PDF.5MB* The results of many interviews with policymakers and of three seminars on the subject of policymaker - intelligence officer communications are summarized.V13:4-1-9 (Fall 1969) PDF 479KB* "The Future Market for Finished Intelligence by Ross Cowey, Stud.Book review of The Arab Mind by Raphael Patai, Stud.Concludes there was little US intelligence exploitation of their presence."Making Intelligence Analysis Responsive to Policy Concerns" by James Murphy and.
Prophecy, and on how estimates had become more sophisticated and responsive to policymakers' needs in the 1960s.
2:3-1-11 (June 2003) PDF 108.1KB* Sherman, William., "Research Intelligence in Early Modern England", Stud.
Concludes that the problem is that the "traditional" model is being applied unevenly throughout the Directorate rather than that it is obsolete.
Riffice, Albert., "Intelligence and Covert Action", Stud.
10:1-13, PDF.1MB* Ericson, Paul., "The Need for Ethical Norms", Stud.V5:3-49-55 (Summer 1961) PDF 413KB* Bross, John.Book review by Lloyd.Book reviews of Essence of Decision: Explaining the Cuban Missile Crisis by Graham.Wiant, Jon., "Reflections on Mail-Order Tradecraft", Stud.V38:5-7-15 (1995) PDF 611.3KB* Davis, Jack, "Analytic Professionalism and the Policymaking Process: Q A on a Challenging Relationship", Kent Cen.V10:2-1-19 (Spring 1966) PDF 1020.5KB* Darling, Arthur., "With Vandenberg as DCI", Stud.
Provides guidance on how to detect possible arrest, prepare oneself psychologically and operationally for prison and interrogation, recognize gambits, and maintain stability.
Describes several strategies for overcoming the distorting effects of mindset.
V7:3-1-14 (Summer 1963) PDF 806KB* Explains why Japan, for historical, psychological, and institutional reasons, is showing little inclination to create an foreign intelligence system that might be appropriate to its growing strength and importance in the international system (1963).