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  1. The Egyptian Intelligence Service

    A History of the Mukhabarat, 1910-2009

    By Owen L. Sirrs

    Series: Studies in Intelligence

    This book analyzes how the Egyptian intelligence community has adapted to shifting national security threats since its inception 100 years ago. Starting in 1910, when the modern Egyptian intelligence system was created to deal with militant nationalists and Islamists, the book...

    Published June 6th 2011 by Routledge

  2. Private Security Contractors and New Wars

    Risk, Law, and Ethics

    By Kateri Carmola

    Series: Contemporary Security Studies

    This book addresses the ambiguities of the growing use of private security contractors and provides guidance as to how our expectations about regulating this expanding ‘service’ industry will have to be adjusted. In the warzones of Iraq and Afghanistan many of those who carry weapons are not...

    Published June 6th 2011 by Routledge

  3. Intelligence and Intelligence Analysis

    By Patrick F. Walsh

    This book tracks post 9/11 developments in national security and policing intelligence and their relevance to new emerging areas of intelligence practice such as: corrections, biosecurity, private industry and regulatory environments. Developments are explored thematically across three broad...

    Published June 1st 2011 by Willan

  4. Narcos Over the Border

    Gangs, Cartels and Mercenaries

    Edited by Robert J Bunker

    The book takes a hard hitting look at the drug wars taking place in Mexico between competing gangs, cartels, and mercenary factions; their insurgency against the Mexican state; the narco-violence and terrorism that is increasingly coming over the border into the United States, and its...

    Published November 15th 2010 by Routledge

  5. Understanding Counterinsurgency

    Doctrine, operations, and challenges

    Edited by Thomas Rid, Thomas Keaney

    This textbook offers an accessible introduction to counterinsurgency operations, a key aspect of modern warfare. Featuring essays by some of the world’s leading experts on unconventional conflict, both scholars and practitioners, the book discusses how modern regular armed forces react, and should...

    Published April 16th 2010 by Routledge

  6. Emerging Transnational (In)security Governance

    A Statist-Transnationalist Approach

    Edited by Ersel Aydinli

    Series: Security and Governance

    This book presents a selection of edited essays written by leading international scholars engaging with practicing intelligence, military, and police officers and responding to their first-hand international security cooperation experiences. The resulting chapters provide original theoretical...

    Published February 12th 2010 by Routledge

  7. Special Forces, Strategy and the War on Terror

    Warfare By Other Means

    By Alastair Finlan

    Series: Cass Military Studies

    This volume undertakes a systematic analysis of the relationship between Special Forces and contemporary strategy, explaining the resurgence of interest in Special Forces, particularly in the West, by exploring their appeal over traditional conventional force options in the current ‘War on Terror’....

    Published November 16th 2009 by Routledge

  8. The Guy Liddell Diaries, Volume I: 1939-1942

    MI5's Director of Counter-Espionage in World War II

    By Nigel West

    This is the first volume of Nigel West's acclaimed presentation of these fascinating diaries from the heart of Britain's Second World War intelligence operations. 'No intelligence buff can be without this volume and anyone interested in British twentieth century history needs it too....

    Published September 21st 2009 by Routledge

  9. The Guy Liddell Diaries Vol.II: 1942-1945

    MI5's Director of Counter-Espionage in World War II

    Edited by Nigel West

    WALLFLOWERS is the codename given to one of the Security Service’s most treasured possessions, the daily journal dictated from August 1939 to June 1945 by MI5’s Director of Counter-Espionage, Guy Liddell, to his secretary, Margo Huggins. The document was considered so highly classified that it was...

    Published September 21st 2009 by Routledge

  10. The New Media of Surveillance

    Edited by Shoshana Magnet, Kelly Gates

    The spread of new surveillance technologies is an issue of major concern for democratic societies. More ubiquitous and sophisticated monitoring techniques raise profound questions for the very possibility of individual autonomy and democratic government. Innovations in surveillance systems require...

    Published August 21st 2009 by Routledge