Tag: Intelligence assessment

China to streamline counter-terrorism intelligence gathering

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(Reuters) – China will set up a national anti-terrorism intelligence system, state media said on Monday, as part of changes to a security law expected to be passed this week after an upsurge in violence in the far western region

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We are currently working on a new supplement about intelligence and espionage.  We are searching for people who really know their way around intelligence subjects, who are passionate and have a talent for writing;  these could be freelancers or journalists, better if

REVIEW: Fighting The Nazis. French Intelligence and Counterintelligence 1935-1945

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Fighting the Nazis: French Military Intelligence and Counterintelligence 1935-1945 By Colonel Paul Paillole. New York, NY: Enigma Books, 2003. 492 pages, photos, charts, index.   Originally published in France in 1975 this interesting work provides a remarkably detailed account of

REVIEW: Fixing Intelligence. For a More Secure America

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By Lt. Gen. William E. Odom, US Army, Ret. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2002. 230 pages. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ There are two very important themes running through this book, and they earn the author a solid four stars and a

REVIEW: Espionage in the Ancient World. An Annotated Bibliography

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By R. M. Sheldon. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 2003. ISBN 0-7864-1365-4. Glossary. Index. Pp. ix, 232. $45.00. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The esoteric processes of gathering, evaluating, and applying intelligence information have preoccupied governments and fascinated observers ever since antiquity. That becomes

REVIEW: Intelligence and the War Against Japan. Britain, America and the Politics of Secret Service

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by Richard J. Aldrich. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2000. 500 pages. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Intelligence and the War Against Japan offers the first comprehensive history of the development of the British secret service and its relations with its American intelligence counterparts