Adam, Karla. "Edward Snowden Files Reveal GCHQ Scooped Up Journalist E-mails." Washington Post, 19 Jan. 2015. [http://www.washingtonpost.com]
The Guardian newspaper reports that documents released by Edward Snowden reveal that GCHQ "has collected e-mails from international media organizations.... Citing separate documents released by Snowden,... the Guardian also said that GCHQ had listed 'investigative journalists' as a threat alongside terrorists and hackers."
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Adams - R-Z
Adamsky, Dima P. "Disregarding the Bear: How US Intelligence Failed to Estimate the Soviet Intervention in the Egyptian-Israeli War of Attrition." Journal of Strategic Studies 28, no. 5 (2005): 803-831.
From abstract: This article "describes the US intelligence conception concerning the USSR; explains the crystallization of the intelligence estimate on the probability of Soviet intervention in 1970; deals with the intelligence data that were acquired but eventually ignored; and concludes with several plausible explanations for the intelligence blunder."
Adamsky, Dima, and Uri Bar-Joseph. "'The Russians Are Not Coming': Israel's Intelligence Failure and Soviet Military Intervention in the 'War of Attrition.'" Intelligence and National Security 21, no. 1 (Feb. 2006): 1-25.
The authors review AMAN's failure to anticipate the Soviet decision to send military forces to Egypt beginning in late 1969.
Adamthwaite, Anthony P. "French Military Intelligence and the Coming of War, 1935-1939." In Intelligence and International Relations, 1900- 1945, eds. Christopher Andrew and Jeremy Noakes, 191-208. Exeter, UK: Exeter University Publications, 1987.
Adas, Jane. "Retired CIA Agent Raymond Close Discusses Uses and Misuses of Intelligence.'" Washington Report on Middle East Affairs 23, no. 4 (May 2004): 55-56.
In a 15 February 2004 talk sponsored by the Princeton Middle East Society, "former CIA operative" Raymond H. Close spoke on "The Uses and Misuses of Intelligence."
Adelman, Kenneth L. "A Clandestine Clan." International Security 5 (Summer 1980): 152-171.
The author was ACDA Director, 1984-1987. According to Petersen, this is a "[r]eview essay on Powers [The Man Who...] and Roosevelt's Countercoup."
Adelman, Kenneth L. "Why Verification is More Difficult and Less Important." International Security 14, no. 4 (Spring 1990): 141-146.
Adelman, Kenneth L., and Robert Ellsworth. "Foolish Intelligence." Foreign Policy 36 (Fall 1979): 147-159.
According to Calder, the main thrust here "is on CIA failures in Iran and in estimating Soviet MIRV technology."
Aderet, Ofer. "IDF Declassifies Docs in Still-Rotten Lavon Affair." Haaretz, 11 May 2015. [http://www.haaretz.com]
The conversation recorded on December 28, 1954, between the two men at the heart of the Lavon Affair, Defense Minister Pinhas Lavon and Military Intelligence chief Binyamin Gibli, "was extremely tense" and "reveals [a] tense blame game over [the] 1954 false flag scandal."
Adiseshiah, W.T. "The Role of Intelligence in War Strategy." Military Review 34, no. 12 (Dec. 1954): 83-87. [Petersen]
Adkin, Mark. Urgent Fury: The Battle for Grenada. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1989.
The author was the British major commanding the Caribbean Peace-keeping Force (CPF). He argues that Operation Urgent Fury was ill planned and conducted, and avoided major casualties primarily through luck.
Adleman, Robert H., and George Walton. The Devil's Brigade. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2004.
From publisher: "The story of the ferocious and stealthy special forces' Devil's Brigade of World War II."
Adler, Emanuel. "Executive Command and Control in Foreign Policy: The CIA's Covert Activities." Orbis 23, no. 3 (Fall 1979): 671-696.
Lowenthal finds in this article "useful insights into the management of covert activities and some of the command and control problems that these activities can create."
Adler, Mark S. "National Security Information Under the Amended Freedom of Information Act: Historical Perspectives and Analysis." Hofstra Law Review 4, no. 3 (Spring 1976): 759-804. [Calder]
Adler, Renata. Reckless Disregard. New York: Knopf, 1986.
This book concerns two pieces of litigation, Westmoreland v. CBS et al. and Sharon v. Time, involving accusations of libel on the part of the media. The Westmoreland case grew out of a CBS documentary based on the work of former CIA analyst Sam Adams who had argued for a conspiracy within the U.S. government to manipulate Order of Battle estimates in the Vietnam war.
Wirtz, I&NS 2.4, concludes that Reckless Disregard offers "a convincing case against the conspiracy theory employed by CBS in its intelligence post-mortem." Nonetheless, Adler has an "incomplete understanding of what intelligence entails," and misses the point that intelligence analysts are more willing than their media counterparts to admit to the possibility of error.
Adolph, Robert B., Jr. "Strategic Rationale for SOF." Military Review 72 (Apr. 1992): 36-46. [Gibish]
Adolph, Robert B., Jr. [LTCOL/USA]. "Intelligence: The Human Dimension." Military Intelligence 25, no. 1 (Jan.-Mar. 1999).
Adolph, Robert B., Jr., and Steve L. Neely. "The Army's Soldier-Statesmen." Military Intelligence (Apr.-Jun. 1989): 22-23.
Aerospace Daily. Editors. "DARPA Eyes Low-Cost Radar Satellite Constellation." 2 Jun. 1997, 341-342.
Aerospace Daily. Editors. "Declassification Unveils More Details of NRO Structure." 25 Apr. 1995, 129.
Aerospace Daily. Editors. "House Intelligence Presses NRO on Small Satellites." 20 May 1996, 292-293.
Aerospace Daily. Editors. "NRO Chief Harris and Deputy Director Hill Are Fired." 27 Feb. 1996, 293, 295.
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