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American Intelligence Journal, Vol 33 No 1

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American Intelligence Journal, Intelligence Ethics and Leadership

Volume 33, Number 1, 2016

President's Message

Editor's Desk

 

Leading and Managing Intelligence Organizations by Peter C. Oleson and RADM (USN, Ret) Tony L. Cothron

 

Activity-Based Intelligence: Coping with the "Unknown Unknowns" in Complex and Chaotic Environments

        by Col (USAF) James L. Lawrence II

 

Is Intelligence an Instrument of National Power? by Dr. Adrian Wolfberg  and CDR (USN) Brian A. Young

       

North Korea's Post-Totalitarian State: The Rise of the Suryong (Supreme Leader) and the Transfer of Charismatic Leadership

        by Dr. David W. Shin

 

The Moral-Ethical Domain and the Intelligence Practitioner by LTC (USAR, Ret) Christopher E. Bailey

 

The Big Brother Fear:  Four Perspectives on Surveillance by Dimitrina Galantonu

 

Hegelian Dialectics as a Source of Inspiration for the Intelligence Community by Dr. Pelle de Meij

 

The Road to High-Quality Decision-Making: Understanding Cognition and the Phenomenon of Groupthink

        by Troy E. Smith

 

Demographics and Conflict by Dr. Michael M. Andregg

 

Lanes in the Road: Streamlining Intelligence Community Congestion by LTC (USA, Ret) Thomas M. Cooke

 

The Future of the American Intelligence Establishment by Dr. William E. Kelly

 

A Conspiracy Against the Laity: Does the Intelligence Community Need an Ethical Code to Become Truly a "Profession"?

        by Erik D. Jens

 

Mired in Gray: Juggling Legality, Lawfulness, and Ethics as an Intelligence Professional

        by Dr. William C. Spracher

 

Intelligence Analysts: Continuing Education for Enduring Strategic Value by LTC (USA) Joseph D. Becker

 

In My View...

 

Lessons on Cyber Security: A NASA Case Study by Dr. Joshua Tallis

 

Profiles in Intelligence series...

 

Can Traits of a Successful Military Commander Be Those of a Good Intelligence Director? by Dr. Kenneth J. Campbell

 

NMIA Bookshelf

 

Douglas Waller's Disciples: The World War II Missions of the CIA Directors Who Fought for Will Bill Donovan

        reviewed by John R. Clark

 

Michael V. Hayden’s Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror

        reviewed by Dr. Edward M. Roche

 

Michael T. Flynn and Michael Ledeen's The Field of Fight: How We Can Win the Global War Against Radical Islam and Its Allies

        reviewed by Dr. George W. Ridge

 

William M. LeoGrande and Peter Kornbluh’s Back Channel to Cuba: The Hidden History of Negotiations between Washington and Havana

        reviewed by Jaime Gonzalez  and Dr. David R. Lessard

 

Jonathan S. Lockwood’s The Lockwood Analytical Method for Prediction (LAMP): A Method for Predictive Intelligence Analysis

        reviewed by Dr. John Sislin

 

Peter Caddick-Adams’ Monte Cassino: Ten Armies in Hell

        reviewed by Harry L. Petrey II

 

Review essay on three books dealing with captured U.S. intelligence collection vessels, titled “Spy Ships and the Collection of Signals Intelligence”: A. Jay Cristol’s The Liberty Incident Revealed: The Definitive Account of the 1967 Israeli Attack on the U.S. Navy Spy Ship, Jack Cheevers’ Act of War: Lyndon Johnson, North Korea, and the Capture of the Spy Ship Pueblo, and Mitchell B. Lerner’s The Pueblo Incident: A Spy Ship and the Failure of American Foreign Policy

                by  LTC (USAR, Ret) Christopher E. Bailey

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