Bosch, J. M. J. "Information Operations -- Challenge or Frustration?" Military Technology, May 2000, 86-89.
Bose, Meena. Shaping and Signaling Presidential Policy: The National Security Decision Making of Eisenhower and Kennedy. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 1998.
Zelikow, FA 78.3 (May-Jun. 1999), comments that the author's "knowledge of history is sound, and her narrative is concise and smooth." For Mulcahy, APSR 94.2, the author's work "is well grounded in the archival sources" and "is well organized and clearly written." This is a "worthy, if narrowly focused, comparative case study."
Bose, Mihir. "Everyone's Man in Kabul." History Today 60, no. 4 (April 2010): 26-29.
The author tells the story of Bhagat Ram Talwer (codenamed "Silver" by the British) who "started working for the Italians, switched to the Germans, the Russians and finally the British." The Nazis awarded him an Iron Cross. From late 1942 his case officer in Delhi was Peter Fleming.
Bosiljevac, T.L. SEALs: UDT/SEAL Operations in Vietnam. Boulder, CO: Paladin Press, 1990. New York: Ballantine, 1991. [pb]
The publisher bills this as "[t]he definitive book on U.S. Navy SEALs' role in Vietnam.... Sixteen pages of rare photos show SEALs in training, on patrol in VC territory and moving up canals in the Mekong Delta."
Bossy, John. Under the Molehill: An Elizabethan Spy Story. New Haven, CT, and London: Yale University Press, 2001.
Collinson, London Review of Books 23.13 (5 Jul. 2001), says that the author's "ingenious explorations [have] established him as one of the most cerebrally motivated and engaged of all historians of the early modern period."
Boston College Law Review. "Clarifying the Authority Delegated to the Secretary of State for the Control of Passports: Haig v. Agee (101 S. Ct. 2766)." 24 (Mar. 1983): 435-467.
Boston Globe. "[Editorial:] A CIA Warning." 6 Jul. 1998, A14. [http://www.boston.com]
"Last month a chagrined CIA admitted that it had no spies in India able to tip off the agency that the new government was planning to explode a nuclear device. Now comes news that the CIA is beginning the biggest recruitment drive in its history to beef up its clandestine operations, which fell into neglect in the post-Cold War rush to cut the agency's budget. In addition, the CIA plans to reopen some of its overseas bureaus that were cut when the Soviet Union went out of business.
"This is a good thing.... The failure of US intelligence to detect the Indian bomb comes as a direct result of the overzealous cuts made in the mistaken and naive belief that with the Soviet Union gone, the need for intelligence was reduced.... The need for the United States to keep informed in the fractured and multipolar world of today argues in favor of enhancing this country's intelligence capabilities."
Boston Globe. "[Editorial:] A Lack of Intelligence." 13 Jan. 1997.
"[T]here is something perverse about a pending decision to eliminate the FBIS translations."
Boston, Guy D., Marvin Marcus, and Robert J. Wheaton. Terrorism -- A Selected Bibliography. Washington, DC: National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, U.S. Dept. of Justice, 1976. Guy D. Boston, Kevin E. O'Brien, and Joanne Palumbo. Terrorism: A Selected Bibliography: Supplement to the Second Edition, 1977.
Boston University, College of Communication, Disinformation Documentation Center. Disinformation and Democracy: A Discussion on the Disinformation Campaign Against Libyan Leader Khadafi, October 23, 1986. Boston: Boston University, 1986.
Boston University International Law Journal. "The First Amendment Goes Undercover: A Constitutional Analysis of the Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1982." 2 (Summer 1984): 495-511.
Bosworth, Bruce. Codes, Ciphers, and Computers: An Introduction to Information Security. New York: Haywood, 1982.
Wilcox: "Basic manual on code and computer security."
1. The Big Chill: Canada and the Cold War. Contemporary Affairs No.1. Toronto: Canadian Institute for International Affairs, 1998.
2. "The Cold War and the Curate's Egg: When did Canada's Cold War Really Begin?" International Journal 53, no. 3 (Summer 1998): 407-418.
Bothwell, Robert, and J.L. Granatstein, eds. The Gouzenko Transcripts. Montreal, Canada: Deneau, 1982.
These are the transcripts of Gouzenko's testimony.
Botsai, Sarah L. "Dr. David Kahn, 'That @#%! Manuscript,' and His Donation of His Rare Collection to the National Cryptologic Museum." Intelligencer 18, no. 3 (Summer-Fall 2011): 67-71.
Bott, Chris. "In Principle, Da: An Introduction to the Life of an Attaché in Moscow (1994-96)." Naval Intelligence Professionals Quarterly 22, no. 1 (Jan. 2006): 35-38.
This is an interesting general piece ("a snapshot in time") about the attaché business at an interesting juncture in Moscow.
Bott, Chris [CAPT/USN], Jim Fanell [LCDR/USN], and Joseph Smith [LCDR/USN]. "Tsunami of Targeting -- A Vision for Naval Intelligence's Role in Shaping the Future of Naval Power Projection." Naval Intelligence Professionals Quarterly 18, no. 1 (Jan. 2002): 9-11.
Bott, Darrell W. [MAJ/USA] "Maintaining Language Proficiency." Military Intelligence 21, no. 4 (Oct.-Dec. 1995): 12-16.
Bottom, Norman R., Jr., and Robert R.J. Gallanti. Industrial Espionage: Intelligence Techniques and Countermeasures. Boston: Butterworth, 1984.
Unsinger, IJI&C 2.1: This is a "generalized security text for someone unfamiliar with the security field in general and industrial espionage in particular.... The style is good.... For someone new to the security topic, it is a good book."
Bottome, Edgar M. The Missile Gap. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickerson University Press, 1971. [Petersen]
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