Index to Intelligence and National Security

Volumes 1 to 15

by Ralph Erskine

A[ndrew], C[hristopher] M. (ed.), Gordon Welchman, Sir Peter Marychurch and ‘The Birth of Ultra’: 1(2) 272
Aid, Matthew M., American Comint in the Korean War (Part II): From the Chinese Intervention to the Armistice: 15(1) 14
Aid, Matthew M., The Time of Troubles: The US National Security Agency in the Twenty–First Century: 15(3) 1
Aid, Matthew M., US Humint and Comint in the Korean War: From the Approach of War to the Chinese Intervention: 14(4) 17
Aldrich, Richard and Michael Coleman, The Cold War, the JIC and British Signals Intelligence, 1948: 4(3) 535
Aldrich, Richard J., American Intelligence and the British Raj: The OSS, the SSU and India, 1942–1947: 13(1) 132
Aldrich, Richard J., Conspiracy or Confusion? Churchill, Roosevelt and Pearl Harbor (Review Article): 7(4) 335
Aldrich, Richard J., Gary D. Rawnsley and MingYeh T. Rawnsley, Introduction: The Clandestine Cold War in Asia, 1945–65: 14(4) 1
Aldrich, Richard J., Intelligence, Anglo–American Relations and the Suez Crisis, 1956 (Review Article): 9(3) 544
Aldrich, Richard J., Legacies of Secret Service: Renegade SOE and the Karen Struggle in Burma, 1948–50: 14(4) 130
Aldrich, Richard J., The Waldegrave Initiative and Secret Service Archives: New Materials and New Policies (Review Article): 10(1) 192
Aldrich, Richard, Imperial Rivalry: British and American Intelligence in Asia, 1942–46: 3(1) 5
Aldrich, Richard, Soviet Intelligence, British Security and the End of the Red Orchestra: The Fate of Alexander Rado: 6(1) 196
Aldrich, Richard, More on Stalin’s Men: Some Recent Western Studies of Soviet Intelligence (Review Essay): 11(3) 593
Alexander, Martin S., and William J. Philpott, The Entente Cordiale and the Next War: Anglo–French Views on Future Military Co–operation, 1928–1939: 13(1) 53
Alexander, Martin S., Did the Deuxième Bureau Work? The Role of Intelligence in French Defence Policy and Strategy, 1919–39: 6(2) 293
Alexander, Martin S., Introduction: Knowing Your Friends, Assessing Your Allies – Perspectives on Intra–Alliance Intelligence: 13(1) 1
Allen, Louis, Burmese Puzzles: Two Deaths that Never Were: 5(1) 193
Alvarez, David, A German Agent at the Vatican: The Gerlach Affair: 11(2) 345
Alvarez, David, American Signals Intelligence and the Cuban Missile Crisis: 15(1) 169
Alvarez, David, Axis Sigint Collaboration: A Limited Partnership: 14(1) 1
Alvarez, David, Behind Venona: American Signals Intelligence in the Early Cold War: 14(2) 179
Alvarez, David, No Immunity: Signals Intelligence and the European Neutrals, 1939–45: 12(2) 22
Alvarez, David, Vatican Communications Security, 1914–18: 7(4) 443
Alvarez, David, Vatican Intelligence Capabilities in the Second World War: 6(3) 593
Amuchastegui, Domingo, Cuban Intelligence and the October Crisis: 13(3) 88
Anderson, Scott, ‘With Friends Like These ... ’ The OSS and the British in Yugoslavia: 8(2) 140
Anderson, Scott, The Evolution of the Canadian Intelligence Establishment, 1945–1950: 9(3) 448
Andrew, Christopher and Keith Neilson, Tsarist Codebreakers and British Codes: 1(1) 6
Andrew, Christopher and Oleg Gordievsky, More ‘Instructions from the Centre’: Top Secret Files on KGB Global Operations, 1975–1985 (Special Issue): 7(1) 1
Andrew, Christopher, American Presidents and their Intelligence Communities: 10(4) 95
Andrew, Christopher, Churchill and Intelligence: 3(3) 181
Andrew, Christopher, Codebreaking and Signals Intelligence: 1(1) 1
Andrew, Christopher, Conclusion: An Agenda for Future Research: 12(1) 224
Andrew, Christopher, KGB Foreign Intelligence from Brezhnev to the Coup: 8(3) 52
Andrew, Christopher, see also A[ndrew], C[hristopher] M.
Andrew, Christopher, The Growth of the Australian Intelligence Community and the Anglo–American Connection: 4(2) 213
Angevine, Robert G., Gentlemen Do Read Each Other’s Mail: American Intelligence in the Interwar Era: 7(2) 1
Archdeacon, Maurice, The Heritage Front Affair: 11(2) 306
Armour, Ian D., Colonel Redl: Fact and Fantasy: 2(1) 170
Aronsen, Lawrence R., Some Aspects of Surveillance: ‘Peace, Order and Good Government’ during the Cold War: The Origins and Organization of Canada’s Internal Security Program: 1(3) 357
Austin, Roger, Surveillance and Intelligence under the Vichy regime: The Service du Contrôle Technique, 1939–45: 1(1) 123
Avery, Donald, Allied Scientific Co–operation and Soviet Espionage in Canada, 1941–45: 8(3) 100

Backscheider, Paula R., Daniel Defoe and Early Modern Intelligence: 11(1) 1
Bailey, Roderick, OSS–SOE Relations, Albania 1943–44: 15(2) 20
Ball, Desmond and Robert Windrem, Soviet Signals Intelligence (Sigint): Organization and Management: 4(4) 621
Ball, Desmond, Over and Out: Signals Intelligence (Sigint) in Hong Kong: 11(3) 474
Ball, Desmond, Signals Intelligence in India: 10(3) 377
Ball, Desmond, Soviet Signals Intelligence: Vehicular Systems and Operations: 4(1) 5
BarJoseph, Uri, The Wealth of Information and the Poverty of Comprehension: Israel’s Intelligence Failure of 1973 Revisited (Review Article): 10 (4) 229
BarJoseph, Uri, Methodological Magic (Review Article): 3(4) 134
Barnett, Harvey, Legislation–based National Security Services: Australia: 9(2) 287
Barros, Andrew, A Window on the ‘Trust’: The Case of Ado Birk: 10(2) 273
Beckett, Ian F. W., A Note on Government Surveillance and Intelligence during the Curragh Incident, March 1914: 1(3) 435
Beesly, Patrick, Convoy PQ 17: A Study of Intelligence and Decision–Making: 5(2) 292
BenZvi, Abraham, The Dynamics of Surprise: The Defender’s Perspective: 12(4) 113
BenIsrael, Isaac, Philosophy and Methodology of Intelligence: The Logic of Estimate Process: 4(4) 660
Bennett, Ralph, A Footnote to Fortitude: 6(1) 240
Bennett, Ralph, Fortitude, Ultra and the ‘Need to Know’: 4(3) 482
Bennett, Ralph, Intelligence and Strategy: Some Observations on the War in the Mediterranean, 1941–45: 5(2) 444
Bennett, Ralph, Sir William Deakin, Sir David Hunt and Sir Peter Wilkinson, Mihailovic and Tito: 10(3) 526
Bennett, Ralph, The ‘Vienna Alternative’, 1944: Reality or Illusion?: 3(2) 251
Berridge, G. R., The Ethnic ‘Agent in Place’: English–speaking Civil Servants and Nationalist South Africa, 1948–57: 4(2) 257
Best, Antony, ‘This Probably Over–Valued Military Power’: British Intelligence and Whitehall’s Perception of Japan, 1939–41: 12(3) 67
Best, Antony, Constructing an Image: British Intelligence and Whitehall’s Perception of Japan, 1931–1939: 11(3) 403
Betts, Richard K., Policy–makers and Intelligence Analysts: Love, Hate or Indifference?: 3(1) 184
Biddiscombe, Perry, Operation Selection Board: The Growth and Suppression of the Neo–Nazi ‘Deutsche Revolution’, 1945–47: 11(1) 59
Biddiscombe, Perry, The Problem with Glass Houses: The Soviet Recruitment and Deployment of SS Men as Spies and Saboteurs: 15(3) 131
Bitar, Mona, Bombs, Plots and Allies: Cambodia and the Western Powers, 1958–59: 14(4) 149
Black, Ian, The Origins of Israeli Intelligence (Review Article): 2(4) 151
Black, Jeremy, British Intelligence and the Mid–Eighteenth–Century Crisis: 2(2) 209
Blais, J. J., The Political Accountability of Intelligence Agencies – Canada: 4(1) 108
Blight, James G. and David A. Welch, The Cuban Missile Crisis and Intelligence Performance: 13(3) 173
Blight, James G. and David A. Welch, What can Intelligence tell us about the Cuban Missile Crisis, and what can the Cuban Missile Crisis tell us about Intelligence?: 13(3) 1
Bold, Christine, Secret Negotiations: The Spy Figure in Nineteenth–century American Popular Fiction: 5(4) 17
Bonen, Z., The Role of Target Acquisitions in Combat Intelligence Past and Future: 4(1) 119
Boog, Horst, German Air Intelligence in the Second World War: 5(2) 350
Boog, Horst, Josephine and the Northern Flank: 4(1) 137
Booth, Alan R., The Development of the Espionage Film: 5(4) 136
Boyd, Carl, Significance of MAGIC and the Japanese Ambassador to Berlin: (I) The Formative Months Before Pearl Harbor: 2(1) 150
Boyd, Carl, Significance of MAGIC and the Japanese Ambassador to Berlin: (II) The Crucial Months After Pearl Harbor: 2(2) 302
Boyd, Carl, The Significance of MAGIC and the Japanese Ambassador to Berlin: (III) The Months of Growing Uncertainty: 3(4) 83
Boyd, Carl, Significance of MAGIC and the Japanese Ambassador to Berlin (IV): Confirming the Turn of the Tide on the German–Soviet Front: 4(1) 86
Boyd, Carl, Significance of MAGIC and the Japanese Ambassador to Berlin: (V) News of Hitler’s Defense Preparations for Allied Invasion of Western Europe: 4(3) 461
Brady, Christopher, Intelligence Failures: Plus Ça Change …: 8(4) 86
Briggs, B. Bruce, Another Ride on Tricycle: 7(2) 77
Brown, Kathryn R., An Approach to the Interplay of Information and Mind in Decision–Making: The Case of Signals Intelligence and Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Policy–Shift on Indochina: 13(1) 109
Brown, Kathryn, Intelligence and the Decision to Collect It: Churchill’s Wartime Diplomatic Signals Intelligence: 10(3) 449
Budiansky, Stephen, The Difficult Beginnings of US–British Codebreaking Co–operation: 15(2) 49
Bull, Martin, Villains of the Peace: Terrorism and the Secret Services in Italy (Review Article): 7(4) 473
Bungert, Heike, The OSS and Its Cooperation with the Free Germany Committees, 1944–45: 12(3) 130
Burke, Colin, Automating American Cryptanalysis 1930–45: Marvelous Machines, a Bit Too Late: 14(1) 18
Burke, James F., Recently Released Material on Soviet Intelligence Operations (Research Note): 8(2) 238
Burke, James F., Romanian and Soviet Intelligence in the December Revolution: 8(4) 26
Buse, Dieter K., Domestic Intelligence and German Military Leaders, 1914–18: 15(4) 42

Cain, Frank, Intelligence Writings in Australia (Review Article): 6(1) 242
Cain, Frank, Missiles and Mistrust: US Intelligence Responses to British and Australian Missile Research: 3(4) 5
Cain, Frank, Signals Intelligence in Australia during the Pacific War: 14(1) 40
Cain, Frank, The Right to Know: ASIO, Historians and the Australian Parliament (Research Note): 8(1) 87
Campbell, John P., Operation Starkey 1943: A Piece of Harmless Playacting: 2(3) 92
Campbell, John P., Roger Hesketh and the de Guingand Letter: 15(4) 131
Campbell, John P., Some Pieces of the Ostro Puzzle: 11(2) 245
Cecil, Robert, ‘C’’s War: 1(2) 170
Cecil, Robert, Five of Six at War: Section V of MI6: 9(2) 345
Cecil, Robert, Philby’s Spurious War (Review Article): 9(4) 764
Champion, Brian, A Review of Selected Cases of Industrial Espionage and Economic Spying, 1568–1945: 13(2) 123
Chapman, J. W. M., No Final Solution: A Survey of the Cryptanalytical Capabilities of German Military Agencies, 1926–35: 1(1) 13
Chapman, John W. M., Pearl Harbor: The Anglo–Australian Dimension: 4(3) 451
Chapman, John W. M., Tricycle Recycled: Collaboration among the Secret Intelligence Services of the Axis States, 1940–41: 7(3) 268
Charles, Douglas, American, British and Canadian Intelligence Links: A Critical Annotated Bibliography: 15(2) 259
Charters, David A., Eyes of the Underground: Jewish Insurgent Intelligence in Palestine, 1945–47: 13(4) 163
Charters, David A., British Intelligence in the Palestine Campaign, 1945–47: 6(1) 115
Child, Clifton J., In Defence of ‘Tom’ Delmer and Dr Otto John: Notes for the Record: 4(1) 127
Christensen, Charles R., An Assessment of General Hoyt S. Vandenberg’s Accomplishments as Director of Central Intelligence: 11(4) 754
Clemens, Peter, Operation ‘Cardinal’: The OSS in Manchuria, August 1945: 13(4) 71
Clive, Nigel, From War to Peace in SIS: 10(3) 512
Cogan, Charles G., From the Politics of Lying to the Farce at Suez: What the US Knew: 13(2) 100
Cogan, Charles G., Intelligence and Crisis Management: The Importance of the Pre–Crisis: 9(4) 633
Cogan, Charles G., The In–Culture of the DO: 8(1) 78
Cogan, Charles G., The Response of the Strong to the Weak: The American Raid on Libya, 1986: 6(3) 608
Cogan, Charles G., Historical Flukes: US Intelligence at the Crossroads (Review Article): 11(2) 374
Cogan, Charles G., In the Shadow of Venona (Review Article): 12(3) 190
Cohen, Eliot A., ‘Only Half the Battle’: American Intelligence and the Chinese Intervention in Korea, 1950: 5(1) 129
Cohen, Paul, The Police, the Home Office and Surveillance of the British Union of Fascists: 1(3) 416
Cohen, Raymond, Israeli Military Intelligence before the 1956 Sinai Campaign: 3(1) 100
Cohen, Raymond, Threat Assessment in Military Intelligence: The Case of Israel and Syria, 1985–86: 4(4) 735
Cole, Benjamin, British Technical Intelligence and the Soviet Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile Threat, 1952–1960: 14(2) 70
Coox, Alvin D., Flawed Perception and its Effect upon Operational Thinking: The Case of the Japanese Army, 1937–41: 5(2) 239
Cox, Sebastian, ‘The Difference between White and Black’: Churchill, Imperial Politics and Intelligence before the 1941 Crusader Offensive: 9(3) 405
Cox, Sebastian, A Comparative Analysis of RAF and Luftwaffe Intelligence in the Battle of Britain, 1940: 5(2) 425
Craig, Bruce, A Matter of Espionage: Alger Hiss, Harry Dexter White, and Igor Gouzenko – The Canadian Connection Reassessed: 15(2) 211
Creevy, Mathew, A Critical Review of the Wilson Government’s Handling of the D–Notice Affair of 1967: 14(3) 209
Croft, John, Reminiscences of GCHQ and GCB, 1942–45: 13(4) 133
Cubbage II, T. L., German Misapprehensions Regarding Overlord: Understanding Failure in the Estimative Process: 2(3) 114
Cubbage II, T. L., The Success of Operation Fortitude: Hesketh’s History of Strategic Deception: 2(3) 327
Cubbage II, T. L., Westmoreland vs. CBS: Was Intelligence Corrupted by Policy Demands?: 3(3) 118
CurrerBriggs, Noel, Some of Ultra’s Poor Relations in Algeria, Tunisia, Sicily and Italy: 2(2) 274

Dalby, Simon, Security, Intelligence, the National Interest in the Global Environment: 10(4) 175
Davies, Philip H. J., British Intelligence from Fenian Dynamite to the Docklands Bomb, by Way of Two World Wars, one Cold War, and a Jungle Full of Snakes (Review Article): 13(4) 237
Davies, Philip H. J., From Special Operations to Special Political Action: The ‘Rump SOE’ and SIS Post–War Covert Action Capability 1945–1977: 15(3) 55
Davies, Philip H. J., The SIS Singapore Station and the SIS Far Eastern Controller: 14(4) 105
Davies, Philip H. J., Organisational Politics and the Development of Britain’s Intelligence Producers/Consumer Interface: 10(4) 113
Davies, Philip H. J., Intelligence Scholarship as All–Source Analysis: The Case of Tom Bower’s The Perfect English Spy (Review Article): 12(3) 201
de Graaff, Bob and Cees Wiebes, Intelligence and the Cold War behind the Dikes: The Relationship between the American and Dutch Intelligence Communities, 1946–1994: 12(1) 41
de Graaff, Bob, Accessibility of Secret Service Archives in the Netherlands (Research Note): 12(2) 154
de Graaff, Bob, The Stranded Baron and the Upstart at the Crossroads: Wolfgang zu Putlitz and Otto John: 6(4) 669
de Graaff, Bob, What Happened to the Central Personality Index?: 7(3) 317
Defty, Andrew, The Future of the British Intelligence Memoir (Review Article): 10(1) 184
Deletant, Dennis, The Securitate and the Police State in Romania, 1948–64: 8(4) 1
Deletant, Dennis, The Securitate and the Police State in Romania, 1964–89: 9(1) 22
Denniston, A. G., The Government Code and Cypher School Between the Wars: 1(1) 48
Denniston, Robin, Research Note: ‘Yanks to Lunch’ – An Early Glimpse of Anglo–American Signals Intelligence Co–operation, March 1941: 11(2) 357
Denniston, Robin, Diplomatic Eavesdropping, 1922–1944: A New Source Discovered: 10(3) 423
Denniston, Robin, Three Kinds of Hero: Publishing the Memoirs of Secret Intelligence People: 7(2) 112
Denniston, Robin, Yardley on Yap: 9(1) 112
Derian, James Der, Anti–Diplomacy, Intelligence Theory and Surveillance Practice: 8(3) 29
Dessants, Betty Abrahamsen, Ambivalent Allies: OSS’ USSR Division, the State Department, and the Bureaucracy of Intelligence Analysis, 1941–1945: 11(4) 722
Deutsch, Harold C., Commanding Generals and the Uses of Intelligence: 3(3) 194
Deutsch, Harold C., Sidelights on the Redl Case: Russian Intelligence on the Eve of the Great War: 4(4) 827
Deutsch, James I., ‘I Was a Hollywood Agent’: Cinematic Representations of the Office of Strategic Services in 1946: 13(2) 85
Doel, Ronald E., and Allan A. Needell, Silence, Scientists and the CIA: Balancing International Ideals, National Needs and Professional Opportunities: 12(1) 59
Doerr, Paul W., The Changkufeng/Lake Khasan Incident of 1938: British Intelligence on Soviet and Japanese Military Performance: 5(3) 184
Donovan, Michael, National Intelligence and the Iranian Revolution: 12(1) 143
Dorwart, Jeffery M., Citizens under Military Surveillance (Review Article): 8(2) 236
Dovey, H. O., Cheese: 5(3) 176
Dovey, H. O., Maunsell and Mure: 8(1) 60
Dovey, H. O., Operation Condor: 4(2) 357
Dovey, H. O., Security in Syria, 1941–45: 6(2) 418
Dovey, H. O., The False Going Map at Alam Halfa: 4(1) 165
Dovey, H. O., The House Near Paris: 11(2) 264
Dovey, H. O., The Intelligence War in Turkey: 9(1) 59
Dovey, H. O., The Middle East Intelligence Centre: 4(4) 800
Dovey, H. O., The Unknown War: Security in Italy, 1943–45: 3(2) 285
Dovey, Hugh O., The Eighth Assignment, 1941–1942: 11(4) 672
Dovey, H. O., The Eighth Assignment, 1943–1945: 12(2) 69
Dravis, Michael W., Storming Fortress Albania: American Covert Operations in Microcosm, 1949–54: 7(4) 425
Drea, Edward J., and Joseph E. Richard, New Evidence on Breaking the Japanese Army Codes: 14(1) 62
Drea, Edward J., Ultra and the American War Against Japan: A Note on Sources (Review Article): 3(1) 195
Drea, Edward J., Ultra Intelligence and General MacArthur’s Leap to Hollandia, January–April 1944: 5(2) 323

E[rskine], R[alph], In Memoriam: Joan E. L. Murray, MBE: 13(2) 213
Easter, David, British and Malaysian Covert Support for Rebel Movements in Indonesia during the ‘Confrontation’, 1963–66: 14(4) 195
Eftimiades, Nicholas, China’s Ministry of State Security: Coming of Age in the International Arena: 8(1) 23
Egerton, George, Diplomacy, Scandal and Military Intelligence: The Craufurd–Stuart Affair and Anglo–American Relations, 1918–20: 2(4) 110
Eldridge, Justin L. C., The Blarney Stone and the Rhine: 23rd Headquarters, Special Troops and the Rhine River Crossing, March 1945: 7(3) 211
Erskine, Ralph, Eavesdropping on ‘Bodden’: ISOS v. the Abwehr in the Straits of Gibraltar: 12(3) 110
Erskine, Ralph, Naval Enigma: An Astonishing Blunder: 11(3) 468
Erskine, Ralph, Naval Enigma: The Breaking of Heimisch and Triton: 3(1) 162
Erskine, Ralph, see also E[rskine], R[alph]
, Ralph, The Holden Agreement on Naval Sigint: The First BRUSA?: 14(2) 187
Erskine, Ralph, The Soviets and Naval Enigma: Some Comments: 4(3) 503
Erskine, Ralph, U–Boats, Homing Signals and HFDF: 2(2) 324
Erskine, Ralph, When a Purple Machine went Missing: How Japan nearly Discovered America’s Greatest Secret (Research Note): 12(3) 185

Farson, Stuart, Parliament and its Servants: Their Role in Scrutinizing Canadian Intelligence: 15(2) 225
Fedorowich, Kent, Axis Prisoners of War as Sources for British Military Intelligence, 1939–42: 14(2) 156
Ferris, John and Uri BarJoseph, Getting Marlowe to Hold his Tongue: The Conservative Party, the Intelligence Services and the Zinoviev Letter: 8(4) 100
Ferris, John, and Michael I. Handel, Clausewitz, Intelligence, Uncertainty and the Art of Command in Military Operations: 10(1) 1
Ferris, John, From Broadway House to Bletchley Park: The Diary of Captain Malcolm Kennedy, 1934–46: 4(3) 421
Ferris, John, Ralph Bennett and the Study of Ultra (Review Article): 6(2) 473
Ferris, John, The ‘Usual Source’: Signals Intelligence and Planning for the Eighth Army ‘Crusader’ Offensive, 1941: 14(1) 84
Ferris, John, The British Army and Signals Intelligence in the Field during the First World War: 3(4) 23
Ferris, John, The British Army, Signals and Security in the Desert Campaign, 1940–42: 5(2) 255
Ferris, John, The Intelligence–Deception Complex: An Anatomy: 4(4) 719
Ferris, John, Whitehall’s Black Chamber: British Cryptology and the Government Code and Cypher School, 1919–29: 2(1) 54
Filby, P. W., Floradora and a Unique Break into One–Time Pad Ciphers: 10(3) 408
Filby, P. William, Bletchley Park and Berkeley Street: 3(2) 272
Fischer, Benjamin B., The 1980s Soviet War Scare: New Evidence from East German Documents: 14(3) 186
Fischer, Beth A., Perception, Intelligence Errors, and the Cuban Missile Crisis: 13(3) 150
Fitch, Stephen D., The FBI Library Awareness Program: An Analysis: 7(2) 101
Foglesong, David S., Xenophon Kalamatiano: An American Spy in Revolutionary Russia?: 6(1) 154
Foot, M. R. D., Uses and Abuses of Intelligence (Review Article): 2(1) 184
Ford, Harold P., The US Government’s Experience with Intelligence Analysis: Pluses and Minuses: 10(4) 34
Ford, Ronnie E., Intelligence and the Significance of Khe Sanh: 10(1) 144
Ford, Ronnie E., Tet Revisited: The Strategy of the Communist Vietnamese: 9(2) 242
Ford, Ronnie E., Secret Army, Secret War, Recent Disclosures and the Vietnam War: The Significance of American 34 Alpha and DESOTO Operations with Regard to the Tonkin Gulf Resolution (Review Article): 11(2) 364
Frank Jr., Willard C., Politico–Military Deception at Sea in the Spanish Civil War, 1936–39: 5(3) 84
Freedman, Lawrence, ‘Powerful Intelligence’ (Review Article): 12(2) 198
Freedman, Lawrence, Intelligence Operations in the Falklands: 1(3) 309
Freedman, Lawrence, The CIA and the Soviet Threat: The Politicization of Estimates, 1966–1977: 12(1) 122
French, David, Watching the Allies: British Intelligence and the French Mutinies of 1917: 6(3) 573
Friedman, Hal M., The ‘Bear’ in the Pacific? US Intelligence Perceptions of Soviet Strategic Power Projection in the Pacific Basin and East Asia, 1945–1947: 12(4) 75
Fry, Michael G. and Michael Hochstein, Epistemic Communities: Intelligence Studies and International Relations: 8(3) 14
Fry, Michael Graham, The Uses of Intelligence: The United Nations Confronts the United States in the Lebanon Crisis, 1958: 10(1)
Fursenko, Aleksandr and Timothy Naftali, Soviet Intelligence and the Cuban Missile Crisis: 13(3) 64

Gardiner, L. Keith, Squaring the Circle: Dealing with Intelligence–Policy Breakdowns: 6(1) 141
Garthoff, Raymond L., A Commentary on Merom’s Methodology: 15(3) 146
Garthoff, Raymond L., Intelligence Aspects of Cold War Scientific Exchanges: US–USSR Atomic Energy Visits in 1959: 15(1) 1
Garthoff, Raymond L., The KGB Reports to Gorbachev: 11(2) 224
Garthoff, Raymond L., US Intelligence in the Cuban Missile Crisis: 13(3) 18
Garthoff, Raymond, Intelligence Aspects of Early Cold War Summitry (1959–60): 14(3) 1
Gazit, Shlomo, Intelligence and the Peace Process in Israel: 12(3) 35
Gazit, Shlomo, Intelligence Estimates and the Decision–Maker: 3(3) 261
Gelber, Harry G., The Hunt for Spies: Another Inside Story (Review Article): 4(2) 385
Gentry, John A., Intelligence Analyst/Manager Relations at the CIA: 10(4) 133
Gill, Peter, Reasserting Control: Recent Changes in the Oversight of the UK Intelligence Community: 11(2) 313
Gill, Peter, Symbolic or Real? The Impact of the Canadian Security Intelligence Review Committee, 1984–88: 4(3) 550
Gladman, Brad W., Air Power and Intelligence in the Western Desert Campaign, 1940–43: 13(4) 144
Gladwin, Lee A., Cautious Collaborators: The Struggle for Anglo–American Cryptanalytic Co–operation, 1940–43: 14(1) 119
Glantz, David M., Soviet Operational Intelligence in the Kursk Operation, July 1943: 5(1) 5
Glantz, David M., The Red Mask: The Nature and Legacy of Soviet Military Deception in the Second World War: 2(3) 175
Gleditsch, Nils Petter, The Treholt Case: A Review of the Literature (Review Article): 10(3) 529
Glees, Anthony, War Crimes: The Security and Intelligence Dimension: 7(3) 242
Gooch, John, Major Mundey, Miss Dwyer and the Dog: An Episode in Passport Control: 3(2) 322
Goodman, Allan E. and Bruce O. Berkowitz, Intelligence without the Cold War: 9(2) 301
Goodman, Allan E., The Future of US Intelligence: 11(4) 645
Goodman, Allan, Shifting Paradigms, and Shifting Gears: A Perspective on Why There is No Post Cold War Intelligence Agenda: 10(4) 3
Gordievsky, Oleg, The KGB after the Coup: 8(3) 68
Gordievsky, Oleg, The KGB Archives: 6(1) 7
Gordievsky, Oleg, New Memoirs from Moscow (Review Article): 11(3) 586
Gorst, Anthony and W. Scott Lucas, The Other Collusion: Operation Straggle and Anglo–American Intervention in Syria, 1955–56: 4(3) 576
Goulter, Christina, The Role of Intelligence in Coastal Command’s Anti–Shipping Campaign, 1940–45: 5(1) 84
GoulterZervoudakis, Christina, The Politicization of Intelligence: The British Experience in Greece, 1941–1944: 13(1) 165
Gries, David, A New Look for Intelligence: 10(1) 170
Grunden, Walter E., Hungnam and the Japanese Atomic Bomb: Recent Historiography of a Postwar Myth: 13(2) 32

Hack, Karl, British Intelligence and Counter–Insurgency in the Era of Decolonisation: The Example of Malaya: 14(2) 124
Hack, Karl, Corpses, Prisoners of War and Captured Documents: British and Communist Narratives of the Malayan Emergency, and the Dynamics of Intelligence Transformation: 14(4) 211
Haines, Gerald K., CIA’s Role in the Study of UFOs, 1947–1990: A Die–Hard Issue: 14(2) 26
Haines, Gerald, The CIA’s Own Efforts to Understand and Document Its Past: A Brief History of the CIA History Programme, 1950–1995: 12(1) 201
Handel, Michael I., Intelligence and Military Operations: 5(2) 1
Handel, Michael I., Introduction: Strategic and Operational Deception in Historical Perspective: 2(3) 1
Handel, Michael I., Leaders and Intelligence: 3(3) 3
Handel, Michael I., Methodological Mischief: A Reply to Professor Müller: 4(1) 161
Handel, Michael I., Technological Surprise in War: 2(1) 5
Handel, Michael I., The Politics of Intelligence: 2(4) 5
Hannant, Larry, Access to the Inside: An Assessment of Canada’s Security Service: A History: 8(3) 149
Hannant, Larry, Inter–war Security Screening in Britain, the United States and Canada: 6(4) 711
Harris, J. P., British Military Intelligence and the Rise of German Mechanized Forces, 1929–40: 6(2) 395
Harrison, E. D. R., More Thoughts on Kim Philby’s My Silent War: 10(3) 514
Hart, John L., Pyotr Semyonovich Popov: The Tribulations of Faith: 12(4) 44
Haslam, Jonathan, Stalin’s Fears of a Separate Peace, 1942: 8(4) 97
Haslam, Jonathan, The KAL Shootdown (1983) and the State of Soviet Air Defence: 3(4) 128
Haslam, Jonathan, Why Rehabilitate Stalin? (Review Article): 2(2) 362
Hastedt, Glenn P., The Constitutional Control of Intelligence: 1(2) 255
Heather, Randall W., Intelligence and Counter–Insurgency in Kenya, 1952–56: 5(3) 57
Hedman, EvaLotta E., Late Imperial Romance: Magsaysay, Lansdale and the Philippine–American ‘Special Relationship’: 14(4) 181
Hennessy, Peter and Kathleen Townsend, The Documentary Spoor of Burgess and Maclean: 2(2) 291
Herbig, Katherine L., American Strategic Deception in the Pacific, 1942–44: 2(3) 260
Herman, Michael, Assessment Machinery: British and American Models: 10(4) 13
Herman, Michael, Intelligence and Policy: A Comment: 6(1) 229
Herman, Michael, Intelligence and the Assessment of Military Capabilities: Reasonable Sufficiency or the Worst Case?: 4(4) 765
Hers, J. F. Ph., The Rise of the Dutch Resistance: A Memoir: 7(4) 454
Hershberg, James G., Their Men in Havana: Anglo–American Intelligence Exchanges and the Cuban Crises, 1961–62: 15(2) 121
Hewitt, Steve, Royal Canadian Mounted Spy: The Secret Life of John Leopold/Jack Esselwein: 15(1) 144
Hibbert, Reginald, Intelligence and Policy: 5(1) 110
Hiley, Nicholas and Julian Putkowski, A Postscript on P.M.S.2: 3(2) 326
Hiley, Nicholas, British Internal Security in Wartime: The Rise and Fall of P.M.S.2, 1915–17: 1(3) 395
Hiley, Nicholas, Decoding German Spies: British Spy Fiction, 1908–1918: 5(4) 55
Hiley, Nicholas, The Play, the Parody, the Censor and the Film: 6(1) 218
Hiley, Nicholas, The Strategic Origins of Room 40: 2(2) 245
Hindley, Meredith, First Annual List of Dissertations on Intelligence: 13(4) 208
Hindley, Meredith, Teaching Intelligence Project: 15(1) 191
Hindley, Meredith, The Strategy of Rescue and Relief: The Use of OSS Intelligence by the War Refugee Board in Sweden, 1944–45: 12(3) 145
Hoffman, Bruce, Intelligence and Terrorism: Emerging Threats and New Security Challenges in the Post–Cold War Era: 11(2) 207
Hofmann, Peter A., The Making of National Estimates during the Period of the ‘Missile Gap’: 1(3) 336
Homberger, Eric, ‘Uncle Max’ and his Thrillers: 3(2) 312
Homberger, Eric, English Spy Thrillers in the Age of Appeasement: 5(4) 80
Hope, John G., Surveillance or Collusion? Maxwell Knight, MI5 and the British Fascisti: 9(4) 651
Hopkins III, Robert S., An Expanded Understanding of Eisenhower, American Policy and Overflights: 11(2) 332
Hopkins, Michael F., A British Cold War? (Review Article): 7(4) 479
Hopkins, Michael F., Britain and the Korean War after 50 years: The Slow Emergence of an Intelligence Dimension: 15(1) 177
HughJones, Martin, Wickham Steed and German Biological Warfare Research: 7(4) 379
Hulnick, Arthur S., The Intelligence Producer–Policy Consumer Linkage: A Theoretical Approach: 1(2) 212
Hunt, David, Remarks on ‘A German Perspective on Allied Deception Operations’: 3(1) 190
Hutchinson, Harold R., Intelligence: Escape from Prisoner’s Dilemma: 7(3) 327

Imlay, Talbot, Allied Economic Intelligence and Strategy during the ‘Phoney War’: 13(4) 107

Jablonsky, David, The Paradox of Duality: Adolf Hitler and the Concept of Military Surprise: 3(3) 55
Jackson Jr., William H., Congressional Oversight of Intelligence: Search for a Framework: 5(3) 113
Jackson, Peter, France and the Guarantee to Romania, April 1939: 10(2) 242
Jansen, Marc and Ben de Jong, Stalin’s Hand in Rotterdam: The Murder of the Ukrainian Nationalist Yevhen Konovalets in May 1938: 9(4) 676
Jeffery, Keith (ed.), The Government Code and Cypher School; A Memorandum by Lord Curzon: 1(3) 454
Jeffery, Keith and Eunan O’Halpin, Ireland in Spy Fiction: 5(4) 92
Jeffery, Keith, Intelligence and Counter–Insurgency Operations: Some Reflections on the British Experience: 2(1) 118
JeffreysJones, Rhodri and David Stafford, Introduction [to special issue ‘American–British–Canadian Relations 1939–2000’]: 15(2) 1
JeffreysJones, Rhodri, The Myth of Recovered Innocence in US Intelligence History (Review Article): 13(4) 231
JeffreysJones, Rhodri, American Intelligence: A Spur to Historical Genius? (Review Article): 3(2) 332
JeffreysJones, Rhodri, In Search of a Textbook: Recent Overviews of United States Intelligence History since the Days of the Founding Fathers (Review Article): 6(4) 750
JeffreysJones, Rhodri, Manual Indices and Digital Pathways: Developments in United States Intelligence Biography (Review Article): 9(3) 555
JeffreysJones, Rhodri, The Role of British Intelligence in the Mythologies Underpinning the OSS and Early CIA: 15(2) 5
JeffreysJones, Rhodri, Why was the CIA Established in 1947?: 12(1) 21
Jenkins, Philip, Spy Fiction and Terrorism: 5(4) 185
Jenkins, Philip, Terrorism (Review Article): 3(1) 205
Jenkins, Philip, The Assassins Revisited: Claire Sterling and The Politics of Intelligence (Review Article): 1(3) 459
Johnson, Loch K., Analysis for a New Age: 11(4) 657
Johnson, Loch K., Challenges of Strategic Intelligence (Review Article): 5(3) 215
Johnson, Loch K., Intelligence and the Challenge of Collaborative Government: 13(2) 177
Johnson, Loch K., The CIA and the Media: 1(2) 143
Johnson, Loch K., The CIA and the Question of Accountability: 12(1) 178
Johnston, Otto W., British Espionage and Prussian Politics in the Age of Napoleon: 2(2) 230
Johnston, Paul, No Cloak and Dagger Required: Intelligence Support to UN Peacekeeping: 12(4) 102
Jones, Kevin, ‘From the Horse’s Mouth’: Luftwaffe POWs as Sources for Air Ministry Intelligence During the Battle of Britain: 15(4) 42
Jones, R. V., A Sidelight on Bletchley, 1942: 9(1) 1
Jones, R. V., Intelligence and Command: 3(3) 288
Jonson, Ben, On Spies: 8(4) vii
Jukes, Geoff, More on the Soviets and Ultra: 4(2) 374
Jukes, Geoff, The Soviets and Ultra: 3(2) 233

Kahn, David, Edward Bell and his Zimmermann Telegram Memoranda: 14(3) 143
Kahn, David, Foreword: A Historian’s Perspective: 14(1) vii
Kahn, David, Woodrow Wilson on Intelligence: 9(3) 534
Kaiser, David, Conspiracy or Cock–up? Pearl Harbor Revisited (Review Article): 9(2) 354
Kaiser, David, Intelligence and the Assassination of John F. Kennedy: 12(4) 165
Karabell, Zachary, ‘Inside the US Espionage Den’: The US Embassy and the Fall of the Shah: 8(1) 44
Kauppi, Mark V., Intelligence Assessments of Soviet Motivations: JIS 80 and Kennan’s Long Telegram: 9(4) 603
Kealey, Gregory S., The Early Years of State Surveillance of Labour and the Left in Canada: The Institutional Framework of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Security and Intelligence Apparatus, 1918–26: 8(3) 129
Kealey, Gregory S., The Surveillance State: The Origins of Domestic Intelligence and Counter–Subversion in Canada, 1914–21: 7(3) 179
Keene, Jennifer D., Uneasy Alliances: French Military Intelligence and the American Army during the First World War: 13(1) 18
Keiger, J. F. V., ‘Perfidious Albion?’ French Perceptions of Britain as an Ally after the First World War: 13(1) 37
Kemp, Percy, The Fall and Rise of France’s Spymasters: 9(1) 12
Kerr, Sheila, Alperovitz, Timewatch and the Bomb: 5(3) 207
Kerr, Sheila, Familiar Fiction, not the Untold Story (Review Article): 9(1) 128
Kerr, Sheila, Roger Hollis and the Dangers of the Anglo–Soviet Treaty of 1942 : 5(3) 148
Kerr, Sheila, KGB Sources on the Cambridge Network of Soviet Agents: True or False? (Review Article): 11(3) 561
Keunings, Luc, The Secret Police in Nineteenth–Century Brussels: 4(1) 59
King, David E., Intelligence Failures and the Falklands War: A Reassessment: 2(2) 336
Kisatsky, Deborah, Voice of America and Iran, 1949–1953: US Liberal Developmentalism, Propaganda and the Cold War: 14(3) 160
Kitchen, Martin, SOE’s Man in Moscow: 12(3) 95
Kitson, Simon, Arresting Nazi Spies in Vichy France (1940–42): 15(1) 80
Knight, Robert, Harold Macmillan and the Cossacks: Was There a Klagenfurt Conspiracy?: 1(2) 234
Knott, Stephen, Executive Power and the Control of American Intelligence: 13(2) 171
Kochavi, Noam, Washington’s View of the Sino–Soviet Split, 1961–63: From Puzzled Prudence to Bold Experimentation: 15(1) 50
Kovacs, Amos, Using Intelligence: 12(4) 145

Langbart, David A., ‘Spare No Expense’: The Department of State and the Search for Information about Bolshevik Russia, November 1917–September 1918: 4(2) 316
Laurent, Sébastien, The Free French Secret Services: Intelligence and the Politics of Republican Legitimacy: 15(4) 19
Laville, Helen, The Committee of Correspondence – CIA Funding of Women’s Groups, 1952–1967: 12(1) 104
Lees, Lorraine M., DeWitt Clinton Poole, the Foreign Nationalities Branch and Political Intelligence: 15(4) 81
Leifland, Leif, Deception Plan Graffham and Sweden: Another View: 4(2) 295
Leigh, Ian, Legal Access to Security Files: The Canadian Experience: 12(2) 126
Lewis, Jim, The ‘Weeding’ of Harold Begbie: 9(1) 50
Linn, Brian McAllister, Intelligence and Low–Intensity Conflict in the Philippine War, 1899–1902: 6(1) 90
Lombardo, Johannes R., A Mission of Espionage, Intelligence and Psychological Operations: The American Consulate in Hong Kong, 1949–64: 14(4) 64
Long, John W., Plot and Counter–plot in Revolutionary Russia: Chronicling the Bruce Lockhart Conspiracy, 1918: 10(1) 122
Lowenthal, John, Venona and Alger Hiss: 15(3) 98
Lowenthal, Mark M., Searching for National Intelligence: US Intelligence and Policy before the Second World War: 6(4) 736
Lowenthal, Mark M., The Intelligence Library: Quantity vs. Quality (Review Article): 2(2) 368
Lucas, W. Scott and Alistair Morley, UK–US Intelligence Services Before and After Suez: 15(2) 95
Lucas, W. Scott, Escaping Suez: New Interpretations of Western Policy in the Middle East (Review Article): 12(2) 180
Lucas, W. Scott, Beyond the New Look: Policy and Operations in the Eisenhower Administration (Review Article): 12(3) 196
Lukes, Igor, The Birth of a Police State: The Czechoslovak Ministry of the Interior, 1945–48: 11(1) 78
Lukes, Igor, The Czechoslovak Intelligence Service and Western Reactions to the Communist Coup d’Etat of February 1948: 8(4) 73
Luvaas, Jay, Lee and Gettysburg: A General Without Intelligence: 5(2) 116
Luvaas, Jay, Napoleon’s Use of Intelligence: The Jena Campaign of 1805: 3(3) 40
Luvaas, Jay, The Role of Intelligence in the Chancellorsville Campaign, 1863: 5(2) 99

MacBride, Sean, Reflections on Intelligence: 2(1) 92
MacIntosh, J. J., Ethics and Spy Fiction: 5(4) 161
MacKenzie, S. P., Citizens in Arms: The Home Guard and the Internal Security of the United Kingdom, 1940–41: 6(3) 548
Maclaren, John and Nicholas Hiley, Nearer the Truth: The Search for Alexander Szek: 4(4) 813
MacPherson, B. Nelson, CIA Origins as Viewed from Within (Review Article): 10(2) 353
MacPherson, B. Nelson, Inspired Improvisation: William Casey and the Penetration of Germany: 9(4) 695
MacPherson, B. Nelson, The Compromise of US Navy Cryptanalysis After the Battle of Midway: 2(2) 320
Maddrell, Paul, Battlefield Germany: 13(2) 190
Maddrell, Paul, British–American Scientific Collaboration During the Occupation of Germany: 15(2) 74
Maddrell, Paul, Fond 89 of the Archives of the Soviet Communist Party and Soviet State (Review Article): 12(2) 184
Maglio, Manuela, Palestine, Israel and Egypt: New Scholarship on the Middle Eastern Conflicts (Review Article): 12(2) 163
Mahnken, Thomas G., Gazing at the Sun: The Office of Naval Intelligence and Japanese Naval Innovation, 1918–1941: 11(3) 424
Maiolo, Joseph A., ‘I believe the Hun is cheating’: British Admiralty Technical Intelligence and the German Navy, 1936–39: 11(1) 32
Marchio, Jim, Resistance Potential and Rollback: US Intelligence and the Eisenhower Administration’s Policies Toward Eastern Europe, 1953–56: 10(2) 219
Mark, Eduard, The OSS in Romania, 1944–45: An Intelligence Operation of the Early Cold War: 9(2) 320
Mark, Eduard, Venona’s Source 19 and the ‘Trident’ Conference of 1942: Diplomacy or Espionage?: 13(2) 1
MarquardtBigman, Petra, Project Communication: An Oral History of the Office of Strategic Services (Research Note): 12(2) 161
MarquardtBigman, Petra, The Research and Analysis Branch of the OSS in the Debate of US Policies towards Germany, 1943–46: 12(2) 91
Marsden, Roy, Operation ‘Schooner/Nylon’: BRIXMIS RAF Flying in the Berlin Control Zone: 13(4) 178
Marshall, Robert, The Atomic Bomb – and the Lag in Historical Understanding: 6(2) 458
Martland, Peter, The Okhrana: Guardians of a Recorded Culture: 6(3) 627
McKay, C. G., Debris from Stella Polaris: A Footnote to the CIA–NSA Account of Venona: 14(2) 198
McKay, C. G., MI5 on OSTRO: A New Document from the Archives (Research Note): 12(3) 178
McKay, C. G., Our Man in Reval: 9(1) 88
McKay, C. G., The Krämer Case: A Study in Three Dimensions: 4(2) 268
McKay, C. G., Whispers in the Dark (Review Article): 4(2) 401
McKay, C. G., The SIS Network in Norway, 1940–1945 (Review Article): 10(3) 539
McKnight, David, The Moscow–Canberra Cables: How Soviet Intelligence Obtained British Secrets through the Back Door: 13(2) 159
McLennan, A. D., National Intelligence Assessment: Australia’s experience: 10(4) 72
McWilliams, John C. and Alan A. Block, All the Commissioner’s Men: The Federal Bureau of Narcotics and the Dewey–Luciano Affair, 1947–54: 5(1) 171
Merom, Gil, The 1962 Cuban Intelligence Estimate: A Methodological Perspective: 14(3) 48
Merom, Gil, Virtue, Expediency and the CIA’s Institutional Trap: 7(2) 30
Messenger, David A., Fighting for Relevance: Economic Intelligence and Special Operations Executive in Spain, 1943–1945: 15(3) 33
Milivojevic, Marko, The KGB (Review Article): 2(2) 341
Milivojevic, Marko, The GRU (Review Article): 1(2) 281
Miller, Davina, Democracy, Dictatorship and the Regulation of Arms Exports: The UK and Iraq (Review Article): 9(3) 536
Miller, Davina, Intelligence and Proliferation: Lessons from the Matrix Churchill Affair: 11(2) 193
Miller, R. Reuben, The Bangkok Solution: Peaceful Resolution of Hostage–taking: 10(2) 306
MilnerBarry, P. S., ‘Action This Day’: The Letter from Bletchley Park Cryptanalysts to the Prime Minister,21 October 1941: 1(2)
MilnerBarry, P. S., In Memoriam Gordon Welchman: 1(2) 141
MilnerBarry, P. S., The Soviets and Ultra: A Comment on Jukes’ Hypothesis: 3(2) 248
Moran, Jonathan, The Role of the Security Services in Democratization: An Analysis of South Korea’s Agency for National Security Planning: 13(4) 1
Morrell, Gordon W., Redefining Intelligence and Intelligence–gathering: The Industrial Intelligence Centre and the Metro–Vickers Affair, Moscow 1933: 9(3) 520
Morris, Christopher, Ultra’s Poor Relations: 1(1) 111
Müller, KlausJürgen, A German Perspective on Allied Deception Operations in the Second World War: 2(3) 301
Mullins, Robert E., New Ways of Thinking: The Intelligence Function and Strategic Calculations in the Admiralty, 1882–1889: 15(3) 77
Murphy, David E., KGB and MfS: Friendly Enemies (Review Article): 14(3) 228
Murphy, David E., Sasha Who? (Review Article): 8(1) 102
Murray, Williamson, Appeasement and Intelligence: 2(4) 47

Naftali, Timothy J., Intrepid’s Last Deception: Documenting the Career of Sir William Stephenson: 8(3) 72
Nelson, Harold, Intelligence and the Next War: A Retrospective View: 2(1) 97
Nielsen, Harold, The German Analysis and Assessment System: 10(4) 54
Nish, Ian, Japan and its Impact on South–east Asia (Review Article): 9(4) 753

O’Halpin, E., ‘Toys’ and ‘Whispers’ in ‘16–land’: SOE and Ireland, 1940–1942: 15(4) 1
OHalpin, Eunan, Intelligence and Security in Ireland, 1922–45: 5(1) 50
O’Halpin, Eunan, Intelligence Fact and Fiction (Review Article): 2(4) 168
Oros, Andrew, Japanese Foreign Intelligence – Related Activities (Review Article): 14(3) 235

Parry, D. L. L., Clemenceau, Caillaux and the Political Use of Intelligence: 9(3) 472
Paschall, Rod, Deception for St. Mihiel, 1918: 5(3) 158
Peake, Hayden B., OSS and the Venona Decrypts: 12(3) 14
Pennetier, JeanMarc, The Springtime of French Intelligence (Review Article): 11(4) 780
Place, T. Harrison, British Perceptions of the Tactics of the German Army, 1938–1940: 9(3) 495
Popplewell, Richard J., British Intelligence in Mesopotamia, 1914–16: 5(2) 139
Popplewell, Richard J., The KGB and the Control of the Soviet Bloc: The Case of East Germany: 13(1) 254
Popplewell, Richard, ‘Lacking Intelligence’: Some Reflections on Recent Approaches to British Counter–Insurgency, 1900–1960 (Review Article): 10(2) 336
Popplewell, Richard, The Surveillance of Indian Revolutionaries in Great Britain and on the Continent, 1903–14: 3(1) 56
Popplewell, Richard, Themes in the Rhetoric of KGB Chairmen from Andropov to Kryuchkov: 6(3) 513
Porch, Douglas, French Intelligence and the Fall of France, 1930–1941: 4(1) 28
Porch, Douglas, French Intelligence Culture: A Historical and Political Perspective: 10(3) 486
Porch, Douglas, French Spies and Counter–Spies (Review Article): 2(1) 191
Porteous, Samuel D., Economic Espionage: Issues Arising from Increased Government Involvement with the Private Sector: 9(4) 735
Porter, Bernard, Secrets from the Edge (Review Article): 9(4) 759
Porter, Bernard, The Historiography of the Early Special Branch: 1(3) 381
Prados, John, US Intelligence and the Japanese Evacuation of Guadalcanal, 1943: 10(2) 294

Quiggin, Thomas, Response to ‘No Cloak and Dagger Required: Intelligence Support to UN Peacekeeping Missions’: 13(4) 203

Ramakrishna, Kumar, Content, Credibility and Context: Propaganda, Government Surrender Policy and the Malayan Communist Terrorist Mass Surrenders of 1958: 14(4) 242
Ramsbotham, Sir David, Analysis and Assessment for Peacekeeping Operations: 10(4) 162
Ratcliff, R. A., Searching for Security: The German Investigations into Enigma’s Security: 14(1) 146
Rathmell, Andrew, Brotherly Enemies: The Rise and Fall of the Syrian–Egyptian Intelligence Axis,1954–1967: 13(1) 230
Rathmell, Andrew, Copeland and Za‘im: Re–evaluating the Evidence: 11(1) 89
Rawnsley, Gary D., Overt and Covert: The Voice of Britain and Black Radio Broadcasting in the Suez Crisis, 1956: 11(3) 497
Rawnsley, Gary D., Taiwan’s Propaganda Cold War: The Offshore Islands Crises of 1954 and 1958: 14(4) 82
Redfearn, Mason (with Richard J. Aldrich), The Perfect Cover: British Intelligence, the Soviet Fleet and Distant Water Trawler Operations, 1963–1974: 12(3) 166
Richelson, Jeffrey T., Task Force 157: The US Navy’s Secret Intelligence Service, 1966–77: 11(1) 106
Richelson, Jeffrey T., The Wizards of Langley: The CIA’s Directorate of Science and Technology: 12(1) 82
Rip, Michael Russell and David P. Lusch, The Precision Revolution: The Navstar Global Positioning System in the Second Gulf War: 9(2) 167
Rip, Michael Russell and Joseph F. Fontanella, A Window on the Arab–Israeli ‘Yom Kippur’ War of October 1973: Military Photo–Reconnaissance from High Altitude and Space: 6(1) 15
Rip, Michael Russell, and David P. Lusch, The Navstar Global Positioning System in Operation Desert Storm: A Research Note: 10(2) 327
Rip, Michael Russell, Military Photo–Reconnaissance during the Yom Kippur War: A Research Note: 7(2) 126
Robertson, K. G., Intelligence Requirements for the 1980s (Review Article): 2(4) 157
Robertson, K. G., Recent Reform of Intelligence in the United Kingdom Democratization or Risk Management?: 13(2) 144
Rosenau, William, A Deafening Silence: US Government Policy and the Sigint Facility at Lourdes: 9(4) 723
Ryan, Joseph F., Review of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service: A Suitable Model for the United Kingdom?: 5(3) 200

Sarotte, M. E., Spying Not Only on Strangers: Documenting Stasi Involvement in Cold War German–German Negotiations: 11(4) 765
Sarty, Roger, The Limits of Ultra: The Schnorkel U–boat Offensive Against North America, November 1944–January 1945: 12(2) 44
Scalingi, Paula L., Proliferation and Arms Control: 10(4) 149
Schimmelpenninck Van Der Oye, David H., Russian Military Intelligence on the Manchurian Front, 1904–05: 11(1) 22
Schimmelpenninck Van Der Oye, David H., Russia’s Official Intelligence History, Volume I: 14(1) 220
Schmeidel, John, My Enemy’s Enemy: Twenty Years of Co–operation between West Germany’s Red Army Faction and the GDR Ministry of State Security: 8(4) 59
Scott, Len, Espionage and the Cold War: Oleg Penkovsky and the Cuban Missile Crisis: 14(3) 23
Scott, Len, The Spy Who Wanted to Save the World (Review Article): 8(4) 138
ScottSmith, Giles, The ‘Masterpieces of the Twentieth Century’ Festival and the Congress for Cultural Freedom: Origins and Consolidation 1947–52: 15(1) 121
Seaman, Mark, Founding Father? Sir Colin Gubbins and the Origins of SOE (Review Article): 11(2) 360
Selth, Andrew, Burma’s Intelligence Apparatus: 13(4) 33
Seters, Deborah Van, The Munsinger Affair: Images of Espionage and Security in 1960s Canada: 13(2) 71
Sharfman, Peter, Intelligence Analysis in the Age of Electronic Dissemination: 10(4) 201
Sharp, Alan, Quelqu’un Nous Ecoute: French Interception of German Telegraphic and Telephonic Communications during the Paris Peace Conference, 1919: 3(4) 124
Sheffy, Yigal, Institutionalised Deception and Perception Reinforcements: Allenby’s Campaigns in Palestine, 1917–18: 5(2) 173
Sheffy, Yigal, The Spy Who Never Was: An Intelligence Myth in Palestine, 1914–18: 14(3) 123
Sheffy, Yigal, Unconcern at Dawn, Surprise at Sunset: Egyptian Intelligence Appreciation Before the Sinai Campaign, 1956: 5(3) 7
Shoenberg, David, Kapitza, Fact and Fiction: 3(4) 49
Shore, Zach, Hitler’s Opening Gambit: Intelligence, Encirclement, and the Decision to Ally with Poland: 14(3) 103
Shulman, Mark Russell, The Rise and Fall of American Naval Intelligence, 1882–1917: 8(2) 214
Sibley, Katherine A., Soviet Industrial Espionage Against American Military Technology and the US Response, 1930–1945: 14(2) 94
Siegel, Jennifer, British Intelligence on the Russian Revolution and Civil War – A Breach at the Source: 10(3) 468
Silver, Arnold M., Questions, Questions, Questions: Memories of Oberursel: 8(2) 199
Sissons, D. C. S., More on Pearl Harbor (Review Article): 9(2) 373
Smith, Bradley F., Admiral Godfrey’s Mission to America, June/July 1941: 1(3) 441
Smith, Bradley F., An Idiosyncratic View of Where we Stand on the History of American Intelligence in the Early Post–1945 Era: 3(4) 111
Smith, Bradley F., New Intelligence Releases: A British Side to the Story: 14(1) 168
Smith, Bradley F., The American Road to Central Intelligence: 12(1) 1
Smith, Bradley F., The Birth of SIS: A Newly Released Document: 13(2) 183
Smith, Thomas T., The Bodden Line: A Case–study of Wartime Technology: 6(2) 447
Smyth, Denis, Our Man in Havana, Their Man in Madrid: Literary Invention in Espionage Fact and Fiction: 5(4) 117
Smyth, Denis, Screening ‘Torch’: Allied Counter–Intelligence and the Spanish Threat to the Secrecy of the Allied Invasion of French North Africa in November 1942: 4(2) 335
Spence, Richard B., Sidney Reilly in America, 1914–1917: 10(1) 92
Stack, Kevin P., Competitive Intelligence: 13(4) 194
Stafford, David, Roosevelt, Churchill and Anglo–American Intelligence: The Strange Case of Juan March: 15(2) 36
Starnes, John, Why I Write Spy Fiction: 5(4) 204
Steele, Robert David, Private Enterprise Intelligence: Its Potential Contribution to National Security: 10(4) 212
Steiner, Barry H., American Intelligence and the Soviet ICBM Build–up: Another Look: 8(2) 172
Stewart, Brian, Winning in Malaya: An Intelligence Success Story: 14(4) 267
Stewart, James G., Looking into the Dirty Laundry (Review Article): 11(1) 154
Stripp, Alan J., Breaking Japanese Codes: 2(4) 135
Strong, Robert A., October Surprises (Review Article): 8(2) 227
Sullivan, Brian A., ‘A Highly Commendable Action’: William J. Donovan’s Intelligence Mission for Mussolini and Roosevelt, December 1935–February 1936: 6(2) 334
Sullivan, Brian R., From Little Brother to Senior Partner: Fascist Italian Perceptions of the Nazis and of Hitler’s Regime, 1930–1936: 13(1) 85
Swain, Geoffrey, ‘An Interesting and Plausible Proposal’: Bruce Lockhart, Sidney Reilly and the Latvian Riflemen, Russia 1918: 14(3) 81
Swain, Geoffrey, Bitten by the Russia Bug: Britons and Russia, 1894–1939 (Review Article): 13(4) 245

Tauber, Eliezer, The Capture of the NILI Spies: The Turkish Version: 6(4) 701
Taylor, Sandra C., Long–Haired Women, Short–Haired Spies: Gender, Espionage, and America’s War in Vietnam: 13(2) 61
Taylor, Stan A., and Daniel Snows, Cold War Spies: Why They Spied and How They Got Caught: 12(2) 101
Tennant, Peter, How We Failed to Buy the Italian Navy: 3(1) 141
Tennant, Peter, Swedish Intelligence in the Second World War (Review Article): 2(2) 354
Thomas, Andy, British Signals Intelligence after the Second World War: 3(4) 103
Thomas, Martin, Signals Intelligence and Vichy France, 1940–44: Intelligence in Defeat: 14(1) 176
Thomas, Martin, The Massingham Mission: SOE in French North Africa, 1941–1944: 11(4) 696
Thorne, Peter, Andrew Thorne and the Liberation of Norway: 7(3) 300
Thurlow, Richard C., ‘A Very Clever Capitalist Class’: British Communism and State Surveillance, 1939–45: 12(2) 1
Thurlow, Richard C., British Fascism and State Surveillance, 1943–45: 3(1) 77
Thurlow, Richard C., Internment in the Second World War (Review Article): 9(1) 123
Thurlow, Richard C., The Charm Offensive: The ‘Coming Out’ of MI5: 15(1) 185
Trotter, David, The Politics of Adventure in the Early British Spy Novel: 5(4) 30
Twining, David T., Soviet Strategic Culture: The Missing Dimension (Review Article): 4(1) 169

Usowski, Peter S., Intelligence Estimates and US Policy Toward Laos, 1960–63: 6(2) 367

Van Seters, Deborah, ‘Hardly Hollywood’s Ideal’: Female Autobiographies of Secret Service Work, 1914–45: 7(4) 403
Vaughn, Bruce, The Use and Abuse of Intelligence Services in India: 8(1) 1

Waagenaar, Sam, Mata Hari (Review Article): 2(4) 172
Wark, Wesley K., British Intelligence and Small Wars in the 1930s: 2(4) 67
Wark, Wesley K., In Search of a Suitable Japan: British Naval Intelligence in the Pacific Before the Second World War: 1(2) 189
Wark, Wesley K., Introduction: Fictions of History: 5(4) 7
Wark, Wesley K., Introduction: The Study of Espionage: Past, Present, Future?: 8(3) 1
Wark, Wesley K., ‘Our Man in Riga’: Reflections on the SIS Career and Writings of Leslie Nicholson: 11(4) 625
Wark, Wesley K., Something Very Stern: British Political Intelligence, Moralism and Strategy in 1939: 5(1) 150
Wark, Wesley K., Williamson Murray’s Wars (Review article): 1(3) 472
Warner, Michael, and Robert Louis Benson, Venona and Beyond: Thoughts on Work Undone: 12(3) 1
Watt, D. Cameron, An Intelligence Surprise: The Failure of the Foreign Office to Anticipate the Nazi–Soviet Pact: 4(3) 512
Watt, D. Cameron, Critical Afterthoughts and Alternative Historico–Literary Theories: 5(4) 212
Watt, D. Cameron, Francis Herbert King: A Soviet Source in the Foreign Office: 3(4) 62
Watt, D. Cameron, Intelligence Studies: The Emergence of the British School (Review Article): 3(2) 338
Watt, D. Cameron, The Proper Study of Propaganda: 15(4) 143
Watt, D. Cameron, The Sender der deutschen Freiheitspartei: A First Step in the British Radio War Against Nazi Germany?: 6(3) 621
Watt, Donald Cameron, Research Notes: 11(1) 146
Welchman, Gordon, From Polish Bomba to British Bombe: the Birth of Ultra: 1(1) 71
Westerfield, Bradford H., America and the World of Intelligence Liaison: 11(6) 523
Whitaker, Reg, Spies Who Might Have Been: Canada and the Myth of Cold War Counterintelligence: 12(4) 25
Whitaker, Reg, The ‘Bristow Affair’: A Crisis of Accountability in Canadian Security Intelligence: 11(2) 279
Whitaker, Reg, The Politics of Security Intelligence Policy–making in Canada: I 1970–84: 6(4) 649
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