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American Intelligence Journal, Volume 32 Number 2
Denial and Deception

Editor's Desk
A Short Primer on Deception and What to Do about It by David T. Moore
Leaks and Their Consequences: A Guide to the Controversy over Secrecy vs. Open Government by Dr. Warren E. Snyder
Countering Denial and Deception in the Early 21st Century: An Adaptation Strategy When All Else Fails by Dr. James B. Bruce
The Ponzi Scheme as a Deception Operation: The Bernie Madoff Case Study by Michael R. Heydenburg
Deceived to Intervene: Non-State Actors’ Use of Deception to Elicit Western Intervention in Libya in 2011 by MAJ (USA) William S. Riley
Interwar Germany vs. Nuclear Iran: Applying Lessons Learned by Lisa M. Lopez
So Many Ways to Lie: The Complexity of Denial and Deception by David T. Moore and William N. Reynolds
Hiding in Plain Sight by R. Kent Tiernan
Toward a Counterdeception Tradecraft by Michael Bennett and Edward Waltz
The Assassination Attempt on Pope John Paul II: Foreign Denial and Deception by LTC (USAR) Raymond J. Faunt
Fact and Fiction: Assessing Denial and Deception in South Africa’s Nuclear Weapons Program by Brian Gordon
Intelligence Support to Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief Operations: A Case Study in Ebola Response by LTC (USA) David Conkle
Fallacies in the Face of Freedom: Cognitive Errors from the Benghazi Attack by Capt (USAF) George H. Van Dyke III
Theory and Practice: Developing CCIRs through Alternative Analysis by Maj (USAF) Will Atkins
From Core Concern to Valued Partner: The Role of Counterintelligence in Effective Foreign Liaison by LCDR Todd C. Moe
Binary Terror: The Reality of Terrorism in a Virtual World by Troy E. Smith
The Strategic Implications of Chinese Conduct by Col (USAF, Ret) Eric S. Gartner
Turkey and Belarus as Antidotes to Russian Aggression by Amb (Ret) David H. Swartz and Dr. James A. Sheppard
Cyber Vigilance: The Human Factor by Dr. Ben D. Sawyer, Dr. Victor S. Finomore, Dr. Gregory J. Funke, Dr. Gerald Matthews, Dr. Vincent Mancuso, Dr. Matthew Funke, Dr. Joel S. Warm, and Dr. Peter A. Hancock
In My View...
Communications Intelligence, C4I, and U.S. National Leadership by Timothy C. Lawson
Profiles in Intelligence series...
Gabriele Gast: A Long Journey by Dr. Kenneth J. Campbell
NMIA Bookshelf
Peter Hancock’s Hoax Springs Eternal: The Psychology of Cognitive Deception reviewed by James Plotts
James Webb’s I Heard My Country Calling: A Memoir reviewed by Lt Col (USAF) Carly R. Speranza
Michelle Louise Atkin’s Balancing Liberty and Security: An Ethical Study of U.S. Foreign Surveillance, 2001-2009 reviewed by Dr. William E. Kelly
William J. Rust’s Before the Quagmire: American Intervention in Laos, 1954-1961 reviewed by LTC (USAR, Ret) Christopher E. Bailey
Daniel P. Bolger’s Why We Lost: A General’s Inside Account of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars reviewed by LTC(P) (USA) Todd J. Hanlon
Review essay regarding two books on national security and intelligence, one of which was reviewed individually in previous issue: Richard H. Immerman’s The Hidden Hand: A Brief History of the CIA and Michael Warner’s The Rise and Fall of Intelligence: An International Security History by Dr. Robert J. Kodosky
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