TOC, Intelligence and National Security vol. 36 no. 7 (2021)

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Research Article


Intelligence and alliance politics: America, Britain, and the strategic Defense Initiative

Aaron Bateman

Pages: 941-960



Adopting and improving a new forecasting paradigm

Ian Speigel

Pages: 961-977



Overcoming the inertia of ‘old ways of producing intelligence’—the IC’s development and use of new analytic methods in the 1970s

James Marchio

Pages: 978-994



#ForgetJamesBond: diversity, inclusion and the UK’s intelligence agencies

Daniel W. B. Lomas

Pages: 995-1017



Hard target espionage in the information era: new challenges for the second oldest profession

Kyle S. Cunliffe

Pages: 1018-1034



Moshe Dayan in the Yom Kippur War: a Reassessment

Eitan Shamir

Pages: 1035-1052



Making intelligence telework work: mitigating distraction, maintaining focus

Michael Landon-Murray & Ian Anderson

Pages: 1053-1056


Review Article

review article

Winners and losers in Russia’s information war

Kevin P. Riehle

Pages: 1057-1064


Courier, traitor, bigamist, fabulist: behind the mythology of a superspy

Antony Percy

Pages: 1065-1075


review article

A Chinese spy manual (from the Qing dynasty)

Michael Schoenhals

Pages: 1076-1080

Book Review

book review

Surgeon in the raw: a memoir

by David Jackson with Nicola Jackson, Cirencester (UK), Memoir Books Ltd, 2020, 121 illustrations, 567 pp., £25 (paperback), ISBN 978-1-86151-966-5

David Bennett-Jones

Pages: 1081-1085


book review

Intelligence in the national security enterprise: an introduction

by Roger Z. George, Washington, Georgetown University Press, 2020, 344 pp., $49.95 paperback, ISBN 9781626167438

John A. Gentry

Pages: 1085-1087


book review

Head of the Mossad: in pursuit of a safe and secure Israel

by Shabtai Shavit, South Bend, IN, University of Notre Dame Press, 2020, 380 pp., £22.00 (hardcover), ISBN 978-0268108335

Ryan Shaffer

Pages: 1087-1089


book review

Soviet defectors: revelations of renegade intelligence officers, 1924–1954

by Kevin P. Riehle, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2020, 327 pp., 14 tables and figures, bibliography, index. £80 (Hardback), ISBN 978-1474467230

Stephen Welch

Pages: 1089-1092


book review

How spies think: ten lessons in intelligence

by David Omand, London, Viking, 2020, 344 pp., £20.00 (hardback), ISBN: 978-0-241-38518-0

Kurt F. Jensen

Pages: 1092-1094


book review

Diplomacy and intelligence in the nineteenth-century Mediterranean world

by Mika Suonpää and Owain Wright (eds.), London, Bloomsbury, 2020, x+254 pp., £28.99 (paperback), ISBN 9781350178274

T.G. Otte

Pages: 1094-1097


book review

The Khalistan conspiracy: a former R&AW officer unravels the path to 1984

by G.B.S. Sidhu, Noida (Uttar Pradesh), HarperCollins India, 2020, 296 pp., £599.00 (hardback), ISBN 978-9390327720

Ryan Shaffer

Pages: 1097-1099


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