Barnet, Richard J. Intervention and Revolution: America's Confrontation with Insurgent Movements Around the World. Cleveland, OH: World, 1968.
Petersen: "Critical of CIA and U.S. policy."
Barnett, Correlli. Engage the Enemy More Closely: The Royal Navy in the Second World War. New York: Norton, 1991.
Surveillant 1.6: "Of intelligence interest is the help [Britain's Royal Navy] received from code-breaking -- Ultra secret -- which was only revealed in the 1970s. Also discussed is the impact of the German code-breaking effort."
Barnett, Dennis [COL/USAF (Ret.)] "Chindit Chatter." Air Commando Journal 1, no. 3 (Spring 2012): 5, 7. [http://www.aircommando.org]
The author is Vice President of the Air Commando Association and Editor-in-Chief of the Air Commando Journal. "After Viet Nam, Air Force SOF was reduced to minimal and obsolete assets and assigned to Major Commands that did not truly understand, not particularly care for, the need for those Air Commandos' specialized skill sets." Today, SOF "has evolved from a neglected capability to the force of choice in almost every major US conflict to the smallest contingencies."
Barnett, Frank R., and Carnes Lord, eds. Political Warfare and Psychological Operations: Rethinking the U.S. Approach. Washington, DC: National Defense University Press, 1989.
From "Foreword": "This book, based on a symposium cosponsored by the National Defense University, the National Strategy Information Center, and the Georgetown University National Security Studies Program, considers what the United States can do to overcome traditional American aversion to political warfare and compete better in the political struggle that characterizes international relations today."
Barnett, Frank R., B. Hugh Tovar, and Richard H. Shultz, eds. Special Operations in U.S. Strategy. Washington, DC: National Defense University Press/National Strategy Information Center, 1984.
Motley, Journal of Conflict Studies 6.3 (1986), notes that this book consists of eight papers and accompanying discussion from a 1983 symposium at the National Defense University on "The Role of Special Operations in U.S. Strategy for the 1980s.".The book is "informative, highly-readable, and thoughful."
Barnett, Gary G. "MI Tactical HUMINT Team Operations in Kosovo." Military Intelligence 27 (Jan.-Sep. 2001): 20-22.
Barnett, Harvey. "Legislation-Based National Security Services: Australia." Intelligence and National Security 9, no. 2 (Apr. 1994): 287- 300.
Barnett, Harvey. "Moles Under Every Bed, or History's Greatest Hoax." Pacific Defense Reporter 13 (Mar. 1987): 7-8. [Petersen]
Barnett, Harvey. Tale of the Scorpion. Melbourne: Macmillan, 1988. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1988.
Clark comment: The author was ASIO deputy director and director from 1976 to 1985. He came to those positions after a 20-year career with ASIS. Although this memoir "engages in no whistle-blowing," Wark, I&NS 5.3, sees it telling "a great deal about how one intelligence chief viewed the nature of his task." In addition, the author "provides a useful potted history of the evolution of Australian intelligence" since World War II.
1. The Meaning of Environmental Security: Ecological Politics and Policy in the New Security Era. London: Zed, 2001.
2. Security and Climate Change. Working Paper No. 7. Norwich, UK: Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of East Anglia, Oct. 2001.
Barnett, Roger W. "Information Operations, Deterrence, and the Use of Force." Naval War College Review 51 (Spring 1998): 7-19.
Barnum, H.L. The Spy Unmasked; or, Memoirs of Enoch Crosby, Alias Harvey Birch. New York: J&J Harper, 1828. Reprinted with additional material, Harrison, NY: Harbor Hill Books, 1975.
http://www.cloakanddagger.com/dagger: This is "the exciting story of John Jay's Spy of the Neutral Ground during the American Revolution. Was Crosby the spy featured in James Fenimore Cooper's notable fiction? This tells all."
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