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Intelligence Reform and Transformation, 2011 (Volume 29, Number 1)
Cyber Death in Cyber Time and Cyber Space by Paul Milton Hobart
Cybersecurity: A Primer by CDR Peter J.B. Gottlieb
Treasure Trove or Trouble: Cyber-Enabled Intelligence and International Politics by Dr. Chris Bronk
Hallways and Doors: Deception in Cyberspace by Jason R. Weiss
China's First War in the Global Era: Leadership Signaling in the Sino-Vietnam War by Timothy R. Heath
Chairman of NMIA Board of Directors Saluted in Support of Scholarships for Intelligence Studies by Dr. William C. Spracher
Getting to El Dorado Canyon: The Reagan Administration's 1986 Decision to Bomb Libya by Michael Moss
Teaching Intelligence Analysis with TIACRITIS by Dr. Georghe Tecuci, Dr. David Schum, Dr. Mihai Boicu, Dr. Dorin Marcu, Dr. Benjamin Hamilton, and Benjamin Wible
Chinese Corporate Espionage by Gary Sibeck
Kinetic Targeting of U.S. Citizens in the War on Terror: A Legal and Policy Perspective by Capt (USAF) Eric McCutchen
In My View.. Intelligence Oversight: Street Fight or Delicate Dance? by COL (USAR, Ret) William H. Drohan
Profiles in Intelligence series… Liberazione d'Italia: One Woman's War by Luis Carlos Montalvan
Profiles in Intelligence series… The Role of Austro-Hungarian Intelligence in World War I
Andreas Figl: World War I Austrian Codebreaker by Dr. Kenneth J. Campbell
Maximilian Ronge: Master Spy by Dr. Kenneth J. Campbell
NMIA Bookshelf… Vaults, Mirrors, and Masks: Rediscovering U.S. Counterintelligence reviewed by LTC (USA) Anthony Shaffer
NMIA Bookshelf… Treachery: Betrayals, Blunders, and Cover-ups: Six Decades of Espionage Against America and Great Britain
NMIA Bookshelf… U.S. National Security, Intelligence, and Democracy: From the Church Committee to the War on Terror
NMIA Bookshelf… Intelligence for an Age of Terror
2011 (Volume 29, Number 2) - Counterintelligence, Operations Security, and Information Assurance
A Grounded Theory of Counterintelligence - by Dr. Hank Prunckun
Counterintelligence in Irregular Warfare: An Integrated Joint Force Operation - by Aden C. Magee
Financial Counterintelligence: Fractioning the Lifeblood of Asymmetrical Warfare - by R.J. Godlewski
Counterintelligence in Cleared Industry - by COL (USA, Ret) Stanley Sims and William D. Stephens
Proactive Pursuit of Insider Betrayal - by Darlene M. Holseth
China and S&T Intelligence Gathering Activities Against the United States - by Dr. Stéphane Lefebvre
On the "Front" Line of Chinese Espionage: A New Lexicon for Understanding Chinese Front Companies - by LCDR (USNR) John D. Dotson
The U.S. and China: Shall We Duel or Dance? - by Maj (USAF) David J. Berkland
Operation Cardinal: "…So You Must Be a Spy" - by Bill Streifer
Internet and Ideology: The Counterintelligence Challenges of the "Net Wolf" - by Thomas F. Ranieri and Spencer Barrs
The Counterintelligence Certificate Program at the National Intelligence University - by LTC (USAR, Ret) Joseph P. O’Neill
Into the Snake Pit: The Magnification of the Counterintelligence Threat in the Post-Cold War World - by LT (USN) Michael A. Cantilo
Counterintelligence, U.S. Security, and Clausewitz: The Need for Another ‘Wunderliche’ Trinity - r by Col (USAF) Eric S. Gartne
The Regional Knowledge System: A Complex Response to Complex Conflicts - by COL (USA) Laurel J. Hummel and Dr. Peter Siska
Enhancing the ODNI Analytic Standards: An Evolving Framework - by MAJ (USA) Michael J. Adamski
Avatars or Robots? The Human Factor in Overcoming Information Overload - by Dr./Col (USAF, Ret) Gordon R. Middleton
The Utility of Airborne ISR Assets for Stability and Reconstruction - by Maj (USAF) Colby J. Kuhns
Hidden in Plain Sight: The Ever-Increasing Use of Open Source Intelligence - by Bianna Ine
Data-Frame Theory of Sensemaking as a Best Model for Intelligence - by David T. Moore and Dr. Robert R. Hoffman
Profiles in Intelligence series... A Swiss Spy: Hans Hausamann - by Dr. Kenneth J. Campbell
NMIA Bookshelf...Leland McCaslin’sSecrets of the Cold War: US Army Europe’s Intelligence and Counterintelligence Activitiesagainst the Soviets - reviewed by Maj (USAF) Matthew G. Goodman
Shawn Engbrecht’sAmerica’s Covert Warriors: Inside the World of Private Military Contractors - reviewed by Dr. Rebecca Frerichs
Douglas Waller’sWill Bill Donovan: The Spymaster Who Created the OSS and Modern American Espionage - reviewed by Dr. Russell G. Swenson
Jennet Conant’sA Covert Affair: Julia Child and Paul Child in the OSS - reviewed by Lt Col (USAF) Richard D. Cimino
Larry L. Watts’With Friends like These: The Soviet Bloc’s Clandestine War Against Romania - reviewed by Dr. Joseph L. Gordon
Paul Marshall and Nina Shea’sSilence: How Apostasy and Blasphemy Codes Are Choking Freedom Worldwide - reviewed by Erik D. Jens
Review Essay regarding Loch K. Johnson’sThe Threat on the Horizon: An Inside Account of America’s Search for Security after the Cold War - reviewed by LTC (USAR, Ret) Christopher E. Bailey
2012 (Volume 30, Number 1) - Cultural Intelligence and Regional Issues
Bolstering United Nations Intelligence: Cultural and Structural Solutions by Maj (USAF) Joseph A. Barry
The African Boulevard of Broken Dreams by MAJ (Dutch Army, Ret) Rob Sentse
Understanding Intractable Conflict in Sudan by CPT (USA) Christopher M. Collins
An African Country Called Afghanistan: Development Traps in a Fragile State by Dr. James E. McGinley
The OSS in Korea: Operation Eagle by Bill Streifer
The KGB in Ann Arbor - by Boris Volodarsky
Chinese Perception of the U.S. Strategic Position in East Asia: An Analysis of Civilian and Military Perspectives - by Xiuye Zhao
An Appropriate Response to China’s Rise - by Lt Col (USAF) Donald Brunk
Cultural Intelligence and Counterinsurgency Lessons from Vietnam - by Lt Col (USAF, Ret) James E. Dillard
The Links between Human Trafficking, Organized Crime, and Terrorism - by LT (USNR) Daniel Sheinis
Al Shabaab: Is It the New Al-Qaeda? - by Darlene M. Holseth
Can the West Dismantle the Deadliest Weapon Iran Has in Its Armory? - by Anita Rai
A Look at Qatar’s Rise to Power: Using Cultural Intelligence as Our Guide - by SSgt (USAF) Adam Furtado
From Red Team to Brown Team: Cultural Repercussions for Counterinsurgency - by 1LT (USA) Nima Sarrafan and Maya Cameron
Seeking Cultural Intelligence in the Desert’s Shifting Sands While Keeping Peace Along the Berm - by Dr. William C. Spracher
Welcome Back, Harvard ROTC: Case Study in the Complexities of Understanding Culture - by Dusty B. Farned
Understanding Legislative Oversight of the CIA - by Allen Miller
The Case Against WikiLeaks: The Pentagon Papers Reconsidered - by Lee O. Lacy
Next Steps in the Intelligence Education Literature: Stipulating Academic Competencies with Greater Precision and the Pursuit of Curricular Innovations - by Michael Landon-Murray
Profiles in Intelligence series...
Otto Skorzeny: The Most Dangerous Man in Europe - by Dr. Kenneth J. Campbell
In My View
Bringing a Defector Back under U.S. Control - by Leland C. McCaslin
NMIA Bookshelf...
Jan Goldman’s (ed.)Words of Intelligence: An Intelligence Professional’s Lexicon for Domestic and Foreign Threats - reviewed by Daniel W. Opstal
R. Gerald Hughes, et al.(eds.)Exploring Intelligence Archives: Enquiries into the Secret State - reviewed by Nate Jones
Simon Chesterman’sOne Nation Under Surveillance: A New Social Contract to Defend Freedom Without Sacrificing Liberty - reviewed by Erik D. Jens
Review essay regarding a trilogy of books on terrorism by CDR (USN) Youssef Aboul-Enein
Review essay regarding a group of "how to” books on analysis by Kristan J. Wheaton
American Intelligence Journal, Vol. 30, No. 2 - Information Warfare
Lest We Forget: Five Decades after the Construction of the Wall by Dr. David M. Keithly
Teaching Integrated Information Power: The NDU-NIU Approach by Dr. Daniel T. Kuehl and LTC (USA, Ret) Russell C. Rochte
Arming the Intelligence Analyst for Information Warfare by Maj (USAF) Robert D. Folker, Jr.
The Roots of Deception by Dr. James A. Sheppard
Geo-Profiling for Geospatial Intelligence: An Application to Maritime Piracy by Lt Col (Italian AF) Vinicio Pelino and Capt (Italian AF) Filippo Maimone
The Other Fifty Percent: Psychological Operations and Women in Eastern Afghanistan by Kailah M. Karl
Soft Power: The Limits of Humanitarian Intervention by Dr. James E. McGinley, Louis P. Kelley, and Laura M. Thurston Goodroe
All That Jazz: CIA, Voice of America, and Jazz Diplomacy in the Early Cold War Years, 1955-1965 by Lt Col (USAF, Ret) James E. Dillard
A Labor Migrant's Handbook: A Looking-Glass into the State of Russia's Social Labor Divide by LT (USN) Jason Gregoire
Three Critical Factors in Intelligence Activity: Product, Process, and Personnel (The 3P Project) by Ionel Nitu
Performing the Intelligence Mission Despite Large Budget Reductions by John G. Schwitz
The Militarization of Intelligence: Can the Military Perform Covert Action More Effectively than the Intelligence Community? by Stuart D. Lyle
Intercultural Competence for Future Leaders: Addressing Cultural Knowledge and Perception at West Point by Dr. Richard L. Wolfel and Dr. Frank Galgano
Mexico’s Challenges: Why Colombia’s Solution to the Drug War Won’t Work in Mexico by Meghan Harrison
Getting It Right: Assessing the Intelligence Community’s Analytic Performance by Welton Chang
A Shift in Leadership Praxis: A Creative and Innovative Leadership Journey of Transformation in a Military Intelligence Context by Donald Patterson, Jr.
Formal Modeling of Heterogeneous Social Networks for Human Terrain Analytics by Dr. J. Wesley Regian
In My View
To Win in Afghanistan, Destroy Pakistan’s ISI by Howard Kleinberg
Profiles in Intelligence series...
Joseph Goebbels: Propagandist by Dr. Kenneth J. Campbell
NMIA Bookshelf...
Robert Leiken’s Europe’s Angry Muslims: The Revolt of the Second Generation reviewed by MAJ (USA) John M. Rose
Peter Hart’s Gallipoli and Otto Liman von Sanders’ Five Years in Turkey reviewed by Christopher N. Bailey
Amy Zegart’s Eyes on Spies: Congress and the United States Intelligence Community reviewed by Charles Carey
Eric Felton’s Loyalty: The Vexing Virtue reviewed by Stephanie Wesley
Mark Owen’s No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission that Killed Osama Bin Laden reviewed by LTC (USA) Anthony Shaffer
American Intelligence Journal, Vol. 31, No. 1 - Intelligence/Information Support to Small Unit Operations
Editor's Desk
Preparing the Air Operations Center to Leverage the Intelligence, Surveillance, and
Reconnaissance Capabilities of Current and Future Aircraft
by Maj (USAF) Richard G. Vasquez
Transition Planning for the Intelligence Community in Afghanistan:
Adaptive Frameworks Unifying Future Missions, Enduring Capabilities, and Resource Implications
by Dr. Andrew Trice, Hannah Powell, and William Patchak
Human Intelligence Operations in ISAF by Erik D. Jens
The Social Context of Clandestine Operations by Dr. Alf H. Walle
Supplementing Shadow’s ISR Capabilities with Longer-Enduring Tactical Unmanned Aerial Systems by 2LT (USA) Matthew Polek
Culture for the Masses? Supporting Small Units with Cultural Intelligence by Dr./LTC (USA, Ret) Lawrence E. Cline
Finishing Strong: Adjusting Intelligence Practices for the Drawdown in Afghanistan by MAJ (USA) Michael J. Adamski
Cartel-Extremist Relations: Increasing Concerns at the U.S.-Mexico Border by Briguette Carstensen
The Shock of ‘First Lightning’: An Intelligence Failure? by Bill Streifer and Irek Sabitov
A Failure of Imagination in the U.S. Intelligence Community by David R. Hoover
Government Draws upon the National Language Service Corps for Foreign Language Skills by Wanda Penn
Cyber Joint Munitions Effectiveness Manual (JMEM) by Dr. Mark A. Gallagher and Dr. (LT, USNR) Michael C. Horta
Cyber Warfare: A Misrepresentation of the True Cyber Threat by Troy E. Smith
Fixing Intelligence: Reforming the Defense Intelligence Enterprise for Better Analysis by Welton Chang
A Lack of Process: Why the Intelligence Community Finds It Difficult to Assess Military Threat by John J. Robb
Assessing Foreign Intelligence Threats by CDR (USNR) Kevin P. Riehle
Dark Networks and the Missing Link Inference Problem by Dr. Thomas F. Litant
Integrating ISR with Small Unit Operations: An Airman’s Perspective by Maj (USAF) Robert D. Folker, Jr.
Profiles in Intelligence series...
Colonel General Ludwig Beck: Conspirator by Dr. Kenneth J. Campbell
In My View...
Drones: The Psychological and Cultural Effects of Gaming/Kill Operations in the Future of War by A.P. Mathew
NMIA Bookshelf
Philip H.J. Davies’ Intelligence and Government in Britain and the United States: A Comparative Perspective reviewed by Judith Boyd
Tony Schwalm’s The Guerrilla Factory: The Making of Special Forces Officers, the Green Berets reviewed by LTC (USA) Alexander D. Stephenson
Fawaz A. Gerges’ The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda reviewed by William S. Combes
David M. Barrett and Max Holland’s Blind Over Cuba: The Photo Gap and the Missile Crisis reviewed by Joseph W. Caddell
Vali Nasr’s The Dispensable Nation: American Foreign Policy in Retreat reviewed by LTC (USA) Joseph Becker
Glenmore S. Trenear-Harvey’s Historical Dictionary of Atomic Espionage reviewed by CDR (USNR, Ret) Calland Carnes
Review Essay
GEN (USA, Ret) Stanley A. McChrystal’s My Share of the Task: A Memoir, Michael R. Gordon
and Bernard E. Trainor’s The Endgame: The Inside Story of the Struggle for Iraq, from George W.
Bush to Barack Obama Peter L. Bergen’s The Longest War: The Enduring Conflict Between America and Al Qaeda
reviewed by Christopher N. Bailey


American Intelligence Journal, Vol. 31, No. 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
American Intelligence Journal, Vol. 32, No. 1 - New Paradigms in Intelligence Analysis
Editor's Desk 1
New Paradigms – Old Wisdom by LTG (USA, Ret) Patrick M. Hughes
Doing More with More: The Efficacy of Big Data in the Intelligence Community by Maj (USAF) Brant C. Reilly
Psychology of Alternative Analysis by Benjamin B. Anderson
Intelligence Analysts Not Providing Options for Consideration to Policymakers: An Anachronism Whose Time Has Passed? by Marty Z. Khan
Building Analysis: An Alternative to Art or Science by Kelly N. Davidhizar
An Interpretive Sociological Framework for the Analysis of Threats by Dr. (CAPT, USN, Ret) David D. Belt
A Counterintelligence Analysis Typology by CDR (USNR) Kevin P. Riehle
The Role of the Zimmermann Telegram in Spurring America’s Entry into the First World War by Puong Fei Yeh
The Greater Middle East’s Fifth Historical Wave: Revolutionary Upheavals, but Game-Changing Progress? An Application for Preemptive Early Warning Intelligence Analysis by Dr. Joshua Sinai
Understanding ISIL: How History Explains Ideology by Dr. Rasheed Hosein
The Iraq War: Bad Intelligence or Bad Policy? by Joshua Kameel
A Scrum Approach to Integrated Intelligence by Dr. Ronzelle L. Green
Predictive Threat Analysis of American Espionage by Ric Craig and Dr. James Hess
Locally Nuanced Actionable Intelligence: Qualitative Analysis for a Volatile World by Dr. John Hoven and Joel Lawton
Propositional Diagrams for Intelligence Sensemaking: Examples and Case Studies by Dr. Robert T. Hoffman, Tom Eskridge, Dr. Simon Henderson, Jonathan Jenkins, and Brian Moon
A Novel Computer-Assisted Personality Profiling Methodology: Illustrating Psychological Analysis via Former Egyptian President Morsi’s Speech to the United Nations by Yair Neuman, Yohai Cohen, and Golan Shahar
From Crowds to Crystal Balls: Hybrid Analytic Methods for Anticipatory Intelligence by Melonie K. Richey
The U.S. National Security Pivot to Asia: A Socio-Cultural Approach to the Western Pacific by LT (USN) Jason K. Gregoire
Unmanned Aircraft, Privacy, and the Fourth Amendment by SrA (USAF) Herschel C. Campbell and Dr. James Hess
What’s in a Name? Waging War to Win Hearts and Minds by Dr. Robert J. Kodosky
Two CIA Reports: Hungnam, North Korea by Bill Streifer
Profiles in Intelligence series...
The "Great Gouzenko": Political, Intelligence, and Psychological Factors in the Defection that Triggered the Cold War by Erik D. Jens
Bearing Silent Witness: A Grandfather’s Secret Attestation to German War Crimes in Occupied France by McKay M. Smith
In My View...
Army Intelligence: Where Are We Now? by CPT (USA) Charles A. Harrison III
NMIA Bookshelf
Michael Warner’s The Rise and Fall of Intelligence: An International Security History reviewed by Dr. Edward M. Roche
Steven O’Hern’s Iran’s Revolutionary Guard: The Threat that Grows While America Sleeps reviewed by COL (USA) William Phillips
Larry L. Watts’ Extorting Peace: Romania and the End of the Cold War, 1978-1989, Vol. 2 reviewed by LTC (USAR, Ret) Christopher E. Bailey
Nigel West’s Historical Dictionary of Signals Intelligence reviewed by Col (USAFR, Ret) Michael Grebb






























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