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  1. Asymmetries of Conflict

    War Without Death

    By John Leech

    Decisions about defence and security are becoming increasingly open to public influence. This book therefore aims to give both the voter and the decision maker a new vision of how to manage crises and avert hostilities with non-traditional means....

    Published May 1st 2002 by Routledge

  2. KGB Lexicon

    The Soviet Intelligence Officers Handbook

    By Vasili Mitrokhin

    In this volume Mitrokhin presents two dictionaries produced by the KGB itself to define their activities in both offensive and defensive intelligence work. The translated documents tell the story of the KGB's methods and targets and should interest the general public as well as the specialist....

    Published February 4th 2002 by Routledge

  3. Intelligence Services in the Information Age

    By Michael Herman

    Series: Studies in Intelligence

    Intelligence was a central element of the Cold War and the need for it was expected to diminish after the USSR's collapse, yet in recent years it has been in greater demand than ever. The atrocities of 11 September and the subsequent "war on terrorism" now call for an even more intensive effort....

    Published November 1st 2001 by Routledge

  4. Astropolitik

    Classical Geopolitics in the Space Age

    By Everett C. Dolman

    Series: Strategy and History

    This volume identifies and evaluates the relationship between outer-space geography and geographic position (astrogeography), and the evolution of current and future military space strategy. In doing so, it explores five primary propositions....

    Published October 1st 2001 by Routledge

  5. Secrets of Signals Intelligence During the Cold War

    From Cold War to Globalization

    Edited by Matthew M. Aid, Cees Wiebes

    Series: Studies in Intelligence

    In recent years the importance of Signals Intelligence (Sigint) has become more prominent, especially the capabilities of reading and deciphering diplomatic, military and commercial communications of other nations. This work reveals the role of intercepting messages during the Cold War....

    Published September 1st 2001 by Routledge

  6. British and American Anti-communism Before the Cold War

    By Markku Ruotsila

    Series: Cold War History

    This work examines in a comparative historical way the socialist, liberal and conservative strands of Anglo-American anticommunist thought before the Cold War. In so doing, this book provides us with an intellectual pre-history of Cold War attitudes and policy positions....

    Published June 1st 2001 by Routledge

  7. American-British-Canadian Intelligence Relations, 1939-2000

    Edited by Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones, David Stafford

    Series: Studies in Intelligence

    This work considers, for the first time, the intelligence relationship between three important North Atlantic powers in the Twenty-first century, from WWII to post-Cold War. As demonstrated in the case studies in this volume, World War II cemented loose and often informal inter-allied agreements...

    Published September 1st 2000 by Routledge

  8. The Clandestine Cold War in Asia, 1945-65

    Western Intelligence, Propaganda and Special Operations

    Edited by Richard J. Aldrich, Ming-Yeh Rawnsley, Ming-Yeh Rawnsley

    A range of clandestine Cold War activities in Asia, from intelligence and propaganda to special operations and security support, is examined here. The contributions draw on newly-opened archives and a two-day conference on the subject....

    Published May 1st 2000 by Routledge

  9. The Norwegian Intelligence Service, 1945-1970

    By Olav Riste

    Series: Studies in Intelligence

    This is a history of the Norwegian Intelligence Service (NIS) during the Cold War, based on its secret archives. The author describes a service that grew from a handful of specialists in 1946 to a multi-faceted organization with a personnel of about 1000 by the end of the 1960s....

    Published October 31st 1999 by Routledge

  10. Allied and Axis Signals Intelligence in World War II

    Edited by David Alvarez

    Series: Studies in Intelligence

    The importance of codebreaking and signals intelligence in the diplomacy and military operations of World War II is reflected in this study of the cryptanalysts, not only of the US and Britain, but all the Allies. The codebreaking war was a global conflict in which many countries were active. The...

    Published September 29th 1999 by Routledge