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Intel Wars: The Secret History of the Fight Against Terror
Matthew M. Aid’s new book, “Intel Wars,” reveals that the base is more than just a dusty, desert lily pad from which to launch covert missions. It is also home to the kind of U.S. intelligence assetsExpand
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American Comint in the Korean war (part ii): From the Chinese intervention to the armistice
This article examines American intelligence during the Korean War, from the intervention to the armistice, focusing primarily upon Comint. The role of Comint cannot be said to have been decisive,Expand
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All Glory is Fleeting: Sigint and the Fight Against International Terrorism
This article discusses the important role that Signals Intelligence (Sigint) has played, and continues to play, in the war against international terrorism. It sets out what is known or can beExpand
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Secrets of signals intelligence during the Cold War and beyond
Frankfurter Algemeine Zeitung "This volume shows that historians and political scientists can no longer ignore the importance of "signals intelligence" in the history of international relations sinceExpand
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In the right place at the right time: US signals intelligence relations with Scandinavia,1945–1960
Abstract This paper demonstrates that US–Scandinavian intelligence relations in general, and Signals Intelligence (Sigint) relations in particular, during the period 1945 through 1960 were moreExpand
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The National Security Agency and the Cold War
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Prometheus embattled: A post-9/11 report card on the National Security Agency
Five years after the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the National Security Agency (NSA) has risen to the position of being the largest and most powerful intelligence agency in the US. Working inExpand
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