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Studies in Intelligence Volume 61 No. 1

Title:
Studies in Intelligence: Journal of the American Intelligence Professional (Unclassified Articles From March 2017)
Format:
Paperback
USA Price: 
Stock:
Low stock
GPO Stock Number:
041-015-00331-3
ISBN:
9780160939563
ISSN:
1527-0874
Description

Unclassified extracts from Studies in Intelligence Volume 61, Number 1 (March 2017).

This issue features a study of private-sector applications of data science, a section on intelligence in public literature with a large selection of reviewed works, and more.

The mission of Studies in Intelligence is to stimulate within the Intelligence Community the constructive discussion of important issues of the day, to expand knowledge of lessons learned from past experiences, to increase understanding of the history of the profession, and to provide readers with considered reviews of public literature concerning intelligence.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents:

In the First Person

A Climb to Freedom: A Personal Journey in Virginia Hall’s Steps

Craig R. Gralley

Data as Corporate Asset

Private-Sector Applications of Data Science

Doug Laney

The Life of John Le Carré

A Convivial Excursion, “Blending experience with imagination”—A Review of The Pigeon Tunnel

David Robarge

Intelligence in Public Media:

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare: How Churchill’s Secret Warriors Set Europe Ablaze and Gave Birth to Modern Black Ops by Damien Lewis (2016)

and

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare: Churchill’s Mavericks—Plotting Hitler’s Defeat by Giles Milton (2016)

and

Rogue Heroes: The History of the SAS, Britain’s Secret Special Forces Unit That Sabotaged the Nazis and Changed the Nature of War by Ben Macintyre (2016)

Reviewed by J. R. Seeger

Our Man in Charleston: Britain’s Secret Agent in the Civil War South by Christopher Dickey (2015)

Reviewed by Clayton Laurie

The Swamp Fox: How Francis Marion Saved the American Revolution by John Oiler (2016)

Reviewed by David A. Foy

The English Teacher by Yiftach Reivher Atir (2015)

Reviewed by John Kavanagh

Intelligence in Public Literature:

Intelligence Officer’s Bookshelf

Compiled and reviewed by Hayden Peake

Audience

This publication is intended for use by U.S. Government officials and their staff. Intelligence specialists, investigators, and US Government employees, especially those in Law enforcement, may be interested in this volume.

Product Details

Availability Details:
In Stock
USA Price:
$14.00
International Price:
$19.60
Publisher:
Central Intelligence Agency, Center for the Study of Intelligence
Author:
  • Vaart, Andres
Year/Pages:
2017: 70 p.; ill.
Key Phrases:
  • Intelligence History
  • World War II
  • Hall, Virginia
  • Biography
  • Extracts
Weight:
0.6875
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Cover:
Paper
Unit of Issue (US):
1
Unit of Issue (Non-US):
1
Item available Date:
05/26/2017
Last Status Update:
08/29/2017
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