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Intelligence: The Secret World of Spies--An Anthology, Third Edition, is the most up-to-date reader in intelligence studies. Editors Loch K. Johnson and James J. Wirtz present a diverse, comprehensive, and yet highly accessible set of readings from leading experts in the field. Thoroughly revised and updated, the third edition includes: * Twenty new articles examining a wide variety of important issues (satellite surveillance, 9/11, the search for WMDs in Iraq, homeland security, and counterterrorism) * A new epilogue analyzing the current state of intelligence * Updated introductions at the beginning of each piece that help to contextualize chapter content * Discussion questions at the end of each chapter that reinforce key concepts and encourage class participation * Comprehensive coverage of many hot topics including the history of intelligence; how the U.S. gathers and interprets global information; the meaning of security intelligence; methods of intelligence collection; intelligence analysis; the danger of intelligence politicization; relationships between intelligence officers and the policymakers they serve; covert action; counterintelligence; accountability and civil liberties; the implications of major intelligence failures in 2001 and 2003; and intelligence as practiced in other nations The most engaging, current--and expertly edited--anthology available, Intelligence: The Secret World of Spies--An Anthology, Third Edition, is ideal for courses in intelligence and homeland security.
Loch K. Johnson is Regents Professor of Public and International Affairs at the University of Georgia and a Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor.
James J. Wirtz is Dean of the School of International Graduate Studies at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, and Director of the Global Center for Security Cooperation, Defense Security Cooperation Agency.
Table of Contents
* New to the Third Edition
Each Part opens with an Introduction.
About This Book About the Editors About the Contributors Preface
PART I. INTELLIGENCE IN THE UNITED STATES: AN INTRODUCTION * 1. Sources and Methods for the Study of Intelligence, Michael Warner 2. The Evolution of the U.S. Intelligence Community--An Historical Overview, Phyllis Provost McNeil * 3. Intelligence and the Second Bush Administration, Admiral Stansfield Turner * 4. The Rise and Fall of the CIA, Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones
PART II. INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION * 5. The Intelligence Cycle, Arthur S. Hulnick * 6. The Technical Collection of Intelligence, Jeffrey T. Richelson * 7. Human Source Intelligence, Frederick P. Hitz * 8. Open-Source Intelligence, Stephen C. Mercado * 9. Pearl Harbor and 9/11, James J. Wirtz
PART III. INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS 10. Analysis, War, and Decision: Why Intelligence Failures are Inevitable, Richard K. Betts 11. A Policymaker's Perspective on Intelligence Analysis, Robert D. Blackwill and Jack Davis * 12. The Challenges of Intelligence Analysis, William M. Nolte * 13. Intelligence and the War in Iraq, Richard A. Best, Jr.
PART IV. THE DANGER OF INTELLIGENCE POLITICIZATION * 14. The Intelligence-Policy Nexis, James J. Wirtz 15. Public Intelligence, Glenn Hastedt
PART V. INTELLIGENCE AND THE POLICYMAKER * 16. Intelligence Analysts and Policymakers, Jack Davis 17. Tribal Tongues: Intelligence Consumers, Intelligence Producers, Mark M. Lowenthal 18. The Need for Policy Guidance, Aspin-Brown Commission
PART VI: COVERT ACTION 19. Covert Action: Swampland of American Foreign Policy, Senator Frank Church 20. Covert Action Can Be Just, James A. Barry * 21. Covert Action, Pentagon Style, Jennifer D. Kibbe * 22. Assassination as an Instrument of American Foreign Policy, Bruce D. Berkowitz * 23. Evaluating Covert Action, Loch K. Johnson
PART VII. COUNTERINTELLIGENCE * 24. The Challenges of Counterintelligence, Paul J. Redmond 25. Cold War Spies: Why They Spied and How They Got Caught, Stan A. Taylor and Daniel Snow 26. Treachery Inside the CIA, Senate Select Committee on Intelligence * 27. Counterintelligence, Perception, and Deception, Robert Jervis
PART VIII. ACCOUNTABILITY AND CIVIL LIBERTIES 28. Intelligence: Welcome to the American Government, Gregory F. Treverton 29. Unleashing the Rogue Elephant: September 11 and Letting the CIA Be the CIA, Frederick P. Hitz * 30. Intelligence and the Rise of Judicial Accountability, Frederic F. Manget 31. Congressional Supervision of America's Secret Agencies: The Experience and Legacy of the Church Committee, Loch K. Johnson 32. Warrantless Wiretaps, Yale University School of Law Symposium (Alan Dershowitz, Senator Conrad Burns, John J. Donohue, David B. Rivkin, Jr., Dakota Rudesill, Stephen A. Vaden, and Loch K. Johnson)
PART IX. INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE 9/11 AND WMD INTELLIGENCE FAILURES 33. 9/11 Intelligence Failure, Kean Commission * 34. Spying Blind, Amy B. Zegart * 35. Hiding in Plain Sight: Denial, Deception, and the Non-State Actor, James J. Wirtz * 36. Intelligence, Policy, and the War in Iraq, Paul R. Pillar * 37. Intelligence and Homeland Security, James Burch
PART X. INTELLIGENCE IN OTHER LANDS * 38. The Soviet Intelligence Community, Alexander Orlov * 39. The British Experience with Intelligence, Percy Cradock
EPILOGUE: THE FUTURE OF INTELLIGENCE U.S. Intelligence Leadership, 1947-2010 The Organization of the U.S. Intelligence Community
Intelligence Websites Select Bibliography Name Index Subject Index