Clark, Charles S. "Meet the Man Leading the Snowden Damage Investigation." Government Executive, 17 Aug. 2014. [http://www.defenseone.com]
"Bill Evanina, 47, a former FBI special agent with a counter-terrorism specialty," was named National Counterintelligence Executive (NCIX) in May 2014. One of his central tasks "is chairing the governmentwide assessment of the damage caused by [Edward] Snowden, a report slated for completion next summer."
Clark, Eugene Franklin [CDR/USN (Ret.)]. The Secrets of Inchon: The Untold Story of the Most Daring Covert Mission of the Korean War. New York: Putnam's, 2002.
According to Seamon, Proceedings 128.7 (Jul. 2002), this book tells the story of Clark's "extraordinary exploits ... behind enemy lines to gather vital intelligence for the Inchon landing."
Clark, Evert. "Satellite Spying Cited by [President] Johnson." New York Times, 17 Mar. 1967, 13.
This is an early report acknowledging U.S. use of monitoring satellites.
Clark, Freddie. Agents by Moonlight: The Secret History of RAF Tempsford during World War II. Stroud: Tempus, 1999.
From publisher: "The Special Duty Squadrons of the Royal Air Force risked everything during World War II, as their skilled men were constantly put in harm's way as agents in occupied Europe. This extensively illustrated book tells their story, and includes appendices on losses and further references."
Clark, Ian. Nuclear Diplomacy and the Special Relationship: Britain's Deterrent and America, 1957-62. London: Macmillan, 1994.
Clark, James. "Americans Expand Top Spy Base in UK." Sunday Times (London), 10 Jun. 2001. [http://www.sunday-times.co.uk]
"Hundreds of staff from ... the National Security Agency (NSA) will be transferred from a base in southern Germany to RAF Menwith Hill.... The NSA staff will arrive between March and September next year, after the closure of Bad Aibling in Bavaria."
Clark, James. "French Spies Listen In to British Calls." Sunday Times (London), 23 Jan. 2000. [http://www.the-times.co.uk]
According to French sources, France "upgraded signals intelligence last year," investing substantially in satellite technology for its listening stations. "Now secret service elements are using it to tap into commercial secrets. At least eight centres, scattered across France, are being 'aimed' at British defence firms, petroleum companies and other commercial targets."
Clark, James. "Spy Chiefs Urged Arrest of Rimington." Sunday Times (London), 21 May 2000. [http://www.the-times.co.uk]
According to a senior source, "[s]enior MI6 officers were so angry with Dame Stella Rimington ... over her plans to publish her memoirs that they lobbied to have her arrested under the Official Secrets Act."
Clark, James, and Maurice Chittenden. "Law Forces MI5 to Open Its Files." Sunday Times (London), 23 Sep. 2001. [http://www.sunday-times.co.uk]
"MI5 is to be forced to open many of its secret files to the public for the first time.... An independent tribunal has accepted that a blanket ban on releasing information ... is unlawful under the Data Protection Act. In future people will be able to apply to see files held on them by the security service, although much sensitive information will still be held back."
Clark, James, Tony Allen-Mills, and Stephen Grey. "SAS Troops Clash with Taliban Unit Deep Inside Afghanistan." Sunday Times (London), 23 Sep. 2001. [http://www.sunday-times.co.uk]
"SAS troops in Afghanistan have been fired upon by Taliban soldiers.... Nobody was hurt, military sources said, adding that the gunfire had been 'more symbolic than directed'. They suggested that the small SAS team had 'spooked' Taliban soldiers near Kabul, who had fired indiscriminately before fleeing.... SAS troopers, together with members of MI6 and the CIA, are working with the anti-Taliban Northern Alliance in the search for Osama Bin Laden."
Clark, John. "Letters from Major John Clark, Jr., to Gen. Washington Written During the Occupation of Philadelphia by the British Army." Bulletin of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania 1 (1845-1847): 1-36. [Petersen]
Clark, J. Ransom
Clark, Keith. "Notes on Estimating." Studies in Intelligence 11, no. 3 (Summer 1967): 55-64
The author notes that he has "drafted, chaired. or otherwise participated in many of the National Estimates." Here, he seeks "to identify, primarily from the ONE viewpoint, some recurrent dilemmas and common pitfalls in producing estimates, to note different ways of coping with these, and to suggest some main sources of strength or weakness, as well as some avoidable wastes of time and effort."
Clark, Keith. "On Warning." Studies in Intelligence 9, no. 1 (Winter 1965): 15-31.
The author suggests that the "criteria of likelihood and importance for determining whether, how, and to whom to give eraly warning" should be "supplemented by a third, that of imminence, which is most relevant to the choice of when to warn." (Emphasis in original)
Clark, Keith C., and Lawrence L. Legere, eds. The President and the Management of National Security: A Report by the Institute for Defense Analysis. New York: Praeger, 1969.
Pforzheimer sees this as "one of the better analyses of the U.S. national security organization prior to the Nixon Administration."
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