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American Intelligence Journal, Volume 31 Number 2
Intelligence Education and Training


President's Message
Editor's Desk
Intelligence Education: Quo Vadimus? by Dr. Mark M. Lowenthal
Building an International and Comparative View of Academic Intelligence Education: A Look at Graduate Programs in Indonesia, South Africa, India, Israel, and South Korea by Dr. Michael Landon-Murray
Intelligence Analysis as an Academic Discipline: A National Security Education and Recruitment Strategy for a Long-Term Environment of Limited Resources by Dr. Noel Hendrickson
Cultural Knowledge for Intelligence Analysts: Expertise in Cultural Sensemaking by Dr. Louise J. Rasmussen, Winston R. Sieck, and Robert Hoffman
The Potential for a National Intelligence Academy to Increase Collaboration across the Intelligence Community by Matthew K. Wilder
Professionalizing Intelligence Studies: Begin with the Educators by CDR (USCG) Toni N. Gay
Defining the Discipline of Intelligence Studies by Dr. (LTC, USA) Tobias O. Vogt
Education Makes Us What We Are by Dr. David M. Keithly
Better Intelligence through Better Officers by Dr. Walter Andrusyszyn
Certifying Intelligence Courses and Programs: An Attempt to Advance the Field of Intelligence Education by Dr. Jonathan Smith
Lessons Learned from Intelligence Internships with Midwest Universities by Chris Martin, Chris Quillen, and Tim Shaw
The Generic Narrative Space Model as an Intelligence Analysis Tool by Laura Sappelsa, Sven Brueckner, and H. Van Dyke Parunak
The Polemical Use of Islamic Law in the Education System of the United States Military and Federal Law Enforcement by Dr. Rasheed Hosein
The Wisdom of the Crowd in the Cloud: Crowdsourcing and Intelligence Education by Daniel W. Opstal
The Enduring Importance of Cultural Intelligence in the Post-COIN Era by Maj (USMC) William E. DeLeal, Dr. James McGinley, Peri Pourier, and Jason Spradling
Knowledge Management in Joint Intelligence Operations Centers by Lou Anne DeMattei
Investing in People: The Evolution of the Intelligence Community Joint Duty Program by MAJ (USA) Eric W. Miller
The "Responsibility to Protect" Doctrine: Syria 2014 by LTC (USAR, Ret) Christopher E. Bailey
Smart Phones as Proliferated Sensors: The Coming Revolution in Information Access by Dr. Gordon R. Middleton
CIA Operations in Tibet and the Intelligence-Policy Relationship by John Masko
Egypt, the Sinai, and the Brotherhood by Cheryl Young
Just-in-Time Intelligence Training in World War II: The Legacy of the "Ritchie Boys" Seven Decades Later (Part I) by Dr. William C. Spracher and Dr. Mark Kramar
Profiles in Intelligence series...
Dietrich Bonhoeffer: The Reverend Was a Spy by Dr. Kenneth J. Campbell
In My View...
The Moral Compass of Counterintelligence: What Do We Owe It? by SSG (USA) Corey J. O’Connor
Years of the Spy: Russia’s President Vladimir Putin by Dr. Boris Volodarsky
NMIA Bookshelf
Drew Prehmus’ General Sam: A Biography of Lieutenant General Samuel Vaughan Wilson reviewed by Col (USAF, Ret) Greg Eanes
David H. Sharp’s The CIA’s Greatest Covert Operation reviewed by LT (USNR) Michael Zaic
Gordon Thomas’ Gideon’s Spies: The Secret History of the Mossad reviewed by MAJ (USA) Krisjand Rothweiler
H. Keith Melton and Robert Wallace’s Spy Sites of New York City: Two Centuries of Espionage reviewed by 1LT (USAF) Rusmir Bilalic
Harry Nimon’s Offensive and Defensive Security: Concepts, Planning, Operations, and Management reviewed by Dr. (LTC, USAR, Ret) Duane C. Young
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