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Book review by Benjamin.Summer 2000, No 9:65-80 PDF.4MB* British academic's study of the origins, politics, and accomplishments of an estimative intelligence arm set up by the military, partly to block the civilian-controlled Coordinator of Intelligence (COI, later OSS from engaging in analysis of military threats and prospects.Hunt for Axis Agent Radios", Stud.V3:1-1-12 (Winter 1959) PDF 657KB* Account of East-West conference in Geneva (1958) on methods casino st roman monaco of detecting violations of nuclear tests.
V13:4-1-9 (Fall 1969) PDF 479KB* How CIA economic analysts developed criteria and procedures for assessing the success (and ultimate failure) of the US program to interdict North Vietnamese transport facilities (after Air Force assessments showed ten times as many bridges destroyed as had originally existed).
1, 1997: 97-102, PDF 476.2KB* Chronicles the evolution of the oversight committees since 1976, their relationships with the Iintelligence Community and White House, the laws enacted, and their role up to 1996.
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"Public Texts in Intelligence" by Anonymous, Stud.
Shows how Open Source Intelligence (osint) is of value to North Korea.