Burd, Michael L. [LTCDR/USN] Global Warming and the Combatant Commander: Engaging the Arctic Region. Newport, RI: Naval War College, Oct. 2006. Available at: http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA463334.
Simpson: "The Arctic region is reemerging as a potential theater of operations because of changes" brought about by "global warming. A characteristic that ... distinguishes the Arctic from other U.S. geographic combatant commander (GCC) areas of responsibility is that its landscape is literally changing in physical composition. This reality brings with it many significant and far-reaching security implications."
Burdett, Anita L. P., ed. Saudi Arabia: Secret Intelligence Records 1926-1939. 8 vols. Slough: Archive Editions, 2003.
Vol. 1 1926-1931; Vol. 2 1931-1932; Vol. 3 1932-1933; Vol. 4 1933-1934; Vol. 5 1934-1935; Vol. 6 1935-1936; Vol. 7 1937-1938; Vol.. 8 1938-1939.
Bures, Oldrich. "EU Counterterrorism Policy: A Paper Tiger?" Terrorism and Political Violence 18, no. 1 (2006): 57-78..
Burg, Steven L., and Paul S. Shoup. The War in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Ethnic Conflict and International Intervention. New York: M.E. Sharpe, 1999.
Prochazka, Balkan Academic Book Review (2000), finds that the authors have produced "a very well balanced and thorough piece abundant with a great variety of information covering historical, cultural, political, and military dimensions of the conflict in Bosnia as well as different international peace efforts to resolve it. Furthermore, Burg and Shoup offer detailedanalysis of behaviour and motivation of various domestic and international actors throughout the crisis.... The strength of this work is that it strives to be fair to all sides."
1. "Episode on the Western Front: The Amazing Story of a Psychological Unit Which Talked a Group of Nazis into Our Lines." New York Times Magazine, 26 Nov. 1944, 5, 52.
2. "Operation Annie: Now It Can Be Told." New York Times Magazine, 17 Feb. 1946, 12-13, 48, 50. [Winkler]
See also, Brewster Morgan, "Operation Annie," Saturday Evening Post, 9 Mar. 1946, 18-19, 37-41; and Time, "Operation Annie," 25 Feb. 1946, 78-80.
Burger, Nash. Confederate Spy: Rose O'Neal Greenhow. New York: Franklin Watts, 1953. [Petersen]
Burger, P. "Spymaster to Louis XIV: A Study of the Papers of the Abbé Eusèbe Renaudot." In Ideology and Conspiracy: Aspects of Jacobitism, 1689-1759, ed. Eveline Cruickshanks, 111-137. Edinburgh: John Donald, 1982.
Burger, Timothy J. [Time].
Burgess, John, and John Mintz. "CIA, FBI Chiefs Warn Panel Over Economic Espionage: U.S. Advanced Technology Is a Target." Washington Post, 30 Apr. 1992, B11, B13.
Burgess, John, and David B. Ottaway. "Iraqi Opposition Unable to Mount Viable Challenge." Washington Post, 12 Feb. 1998. [http://www.washingtonpost.com]
Burgess, Lauren Cook, ed. An Uncommon Soldier: The Civil War Letters of Sarah Rosetta Wakeman, alias Pvt. Lyons Wakeman. 153rd Regiment, New York State Volunteers, 1862-1864. Pasadena, MD: The Minerva Center, 1994. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995.
Surveillant 4.4/5 notes that these are the letters of a young woman who enlisted in the Union army under an assumed name and male identity. "Several letters from Wakeman discuss women who served as rebel spies. This is an important look at women agents in the Civil War."
Burgess, Ronald L., Jr. [LTGEN/USA; D/DIA] "The Defense Intelligence Agency: National Intelligence and Military Intelligence Are Indivisible." Intelligencer 18, no. 3 (Summer-Fall 2011): 11-16. ["Remarks, as prepared for delivery, at the AFIO Summer Luncheon, 12 August 2011"]
"In so many ways, the story of DIA's evolution is one that finds the agency continuing to serve as the engine integrating national and militrary intelligence."
Burgess, William H., III, ed. Inside Spetsnaz: Soviet Special Operations: A Critical Analysis. Novato, CA: Presidio Press, 1990.
Burke, Colin B.
Burke, David. The Spy Who Came In From the Co-op: Melita Norwood and the Ending of Cold War Espionage. London: Boydell and Brewster, 2008.
According to Chris Hastings, "British Spy Melita Norwood Helped Speed Up USSR's Atomic Bomb Programme," Telegraph (London), 3 Sep. 2008, the author was a friend who interviewed Melita Norwood "extensively in the years leading up to her death in 2005." Burke claims that "Norwood ... handed over technical information which provided Russian scientists with a crucial breakthrough. Her contribution allowed them to overcome problems,... and led directly to the USSR exploding its bomb in 1949." Peake, Studies 53.3 (Sep. 2009) and Intelligencer 17.2 (Fall 2009), says that this story "is at once peculiarly fascinating and well told."
Burke, James F. "The Role of Capital Markets Intelligence in Corporate Management." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 7, no. 4 (Winter 1994): 429-433.
Capital Markets Intelligence = The provision of timely information on the behavior of institutional investors, on key personnel in investment institutions, and on actual investments. "A select group of financial consulting firms have ... [made] a qualitative leap forward in the collection, analysis, and dissemination of information on portfolio managers and capital flows. These qualitative advances have come in the form of computer-based databases."
Burke, James F. "Romanian and Soviet Intelligence in the December Revolution." Intelligence and National Security 8, no. 4 (Oct. 1993): 26-58.
"While Moscow clearly supported the coup, there is only patchy and inconclusive evidence that Moscow was involved in preparing or launching the coup using intelligence assets in Romania."
Burke, Michael. Outrageous Good Fortune. Boston: Little, Brown, 1984.
Burke served in OSS in World War II and later was part of the CIA's covert operation against Albania in the early 1950s. His OSS adventures were made into a movie, "Cloak and Dagger," with Gary Cooper playing Burke. In later life, Burke was president and chairman of the board of the New York Yankees. O'Toole, Encyclopedia, pp. 84- 85.
Burke, Terrence M. Stories from the Secret War: CIA Special Ops in Laos. Durango, CO: La Plata Books, 2012.
From "Prologue": "I played a role in th[e] drama [in Laos] from 1963 to 1965.... I have not attempted to make this a historical tome, but ... to place a face on those who lived, worked and sometimes died in an effort to keep a small landlocked kingdom free." Peake, Studies 57.4 (Dec. 2013), calls this "the tale of a genuine risk-taker who overcame a low tolerance for bureaucratic niggling and achieved high office [deputy administrator of DEA]."
Burkhalter, E.A., Jr. "Soviet Industrial Espionage." Signal 37, no. 7 (1983): 15-20. [Petersen]
Burkhalter, Edward A., Jr. "The Role of the Intelligence Community (IC) Staff." Signal 39 (Sep. 1984): 33-35. [Petersen]
Burks, A. Roy. "Three Decades with the NRO." In Beyond Expectations -- Building an American National Reconnaissance Capability: Recollections of the Pioneers and Founders of National Reconnaissance, ed. Robert A. McDonald, 173-183. Bethesda, MD: American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 2002.
Burleson, Clyde W. The Jennifer Project. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1977. London: Sphere, 1979. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 1997.
Clark comment: The 1997 reissue of The Jennifer Project includes a new foreword and postscript. Also note that the correct project name is Project Azorian; Jennifer was the special security compartment created for information on the project. Commenting on the first edition, Constantinides says that there are things in this book "that make one hesitate to accept its reliability," and recommends Verner and Collier's book, A Matter of Risk, as a better source.
Burman, Rohit, Kelly Kirschner, and Elissa McCarter. "Infectious Disease as a Global Security Threat." Environmental Change and Security Report 3 (Spring 1997): 66-81.
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