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Intelligence and National Security: A Century of British Intelligence
This is the first of two edited collections based on the contributions to the ‘Century of British Intelligence’ conference, organized by the Centre for Intelligence and International Security StudiesExpand
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The way of the Norse Ravens: merging profession and academe in Norwegian national intelligence higher education*
Abstract The ‘problem’ of designing a professional intelligence education conforming to nationally accredited standards for higher education is resolved by the Norwegian Defence Intelligence School’sExpand
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Civil War Subterfuge: Wartime Spies American Civil War
Britain and the Missile Gap: British Estimates on the Soviet Ballistic Missile Threat, 1957–61
  • H. Dylan
  • Political Science
  • 1 December 2008
Between 1957 and 1961, American National Intelligence Estimates overestimated the Soviets’ capabilities to produce and deploy intercontinental ballistic missiles, creating the ‘missile gap’Expand
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Operation TIGRESS: deception for counterintelligence and Britain’s 1952 atomic test
Britain tested its first atomic weapon on the Montebello islands, off Western Australia, in October 1952. This test, known as HURRICANE, was supported by an elaborate deception operation, oneExpand
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The Joint Intelligence Bureau: (Not So) Secret Intelligence for the Post-War World
  • H. Dylan
  • Political Science
  • 1 February 2012
Abstract In 1946 veteran British intelligence officer Kenneth Strong undertook the Directorship of a new intelligence organization, the Joint Intelligence Bureau (JIB). The JIB absorbed theExpand
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Secret Interventions and Clandestine Diplomacy
Intelligence agencies are not only concerned with gathering and denying information, they are also used as tools to implement policy in secret. This chapter considers intelligence agencies asExpand
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British Intelligence and the Fear of a Soviet Attack on Allied Communications
This article considers British intelligence fears about a Soviet attack on Allied communications. Expand
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Beyond Snowden: Privacy, Mass Surveillance, and the Struggle to Reform the NSA
Timothy H Edgar notes in Beyond Snowden: Privacy, Mass Surveillance, and the Struggle to Reform the NSA that at its height, the Stasi, the former East German state security service, collected intel...