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Collotti, Enzo. "L'occupation allemande, la résistance, les alliés: essai d'historiographie" [The German Occupation, the Resistance and the Allies: A Bibliographical Study]. Revue d'histoire de la deuxième guerre mondiale 23, no. 92 (1973): 21-36.

[WWII/Eur/Resistance/Gen]

Collyer, Michael. "Secret Agents: Anarchists, Islamists and Responses to Politically Active Refugees in London." Ethnic and Racial Studies 28, no. 2 (2005): 278-303.

The Royal Historical Society Database places the timeframe for this article as 1880-1910.

[UK/Historical]

Colman, Jonathan. "Communication: 'What Now for Britain?' The State Department's Intelligence Assessment of the 'Special Relationship,' 7 February 1968." Diplomacy & Statecraft 19, no. 2 (2008): 350-60.

Royal Historical Society Database: "Sections of the memorandum are reproduced."

[Liaison]

Colpin, Noël, and Harald Haelterman. "Customs' Role in Managing Security at the EU's External Borders: A Risk Management and Intelligence Approach." European Journal of Intelligence Studies 2 (2008): 87-98. [http://www.ejis.eu]

[OtherCountries/EU]

Colton, David E. "Speaking Truth to Power: Intelligence Oversight in an Imperfect World." University of Pennsylvania Law Review 137, no. 2 (Dec. 1988): 571-613.

According to Lowenthal, this article finds that "the various oversight mechanisms ... have created too rigid and legalistic a system" of intelligence oversight. The author also offers "suggestions for a more flexible system that would still assure accountability."

[Oversight/To90s]

Colucci, Frank. "Radio Frequency Countermeasures Suite Protects Aircraft, Maps Battlefield Threats." Signal, Jun. 1999, 44 ff. [http://www.afcea.org/signal]

[MI/ElectronicWarfare]

Columbia Journalism Review. Editors. "CIA, FBI, and the Media: Excerpts from the Senate Report on Intelligence Activities." 15 (Jul. 1976): 37- 42. [Petersen]

[CIA/70s/Investigations; CIA/Relations/Media; FBI]

Columbia Law Review. "The Constitutionality of the Intelligence Identities Protection Act." 83 (Apr. 1983): 727-754.

[Overviews/Legal]

Columbia Law Review. Editors. "Legal Aspects of Reconnaissance in Airspace and Outer Space." 61 (1961): 1074 ff. [Petersen]

[Recon/Topics]

Colvin, Ian. Chief of Intelligence. London: Gollancz, 1951. Master Spy: The Incredible Sory of Admiral Canaris. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1951.

Constantinides: "In a series of essays on Canaris and German intelligence, the author tried to describe Canaris's character, his views, his role in the Abwehr and in German intelligence, and his place in German opposition to Hitler.... [T]he work is obviously dated, contains a number of errors, and misdirects attention by posing the wrong central question" -- whether Canaris had been a British agent.

[WWII/Eur/Ger/Canaris]

Colvin, Ian. The Unknown Courier. London: Kimber, 1953.

Constantinides: This account of Operation Mincemeat is "somewhat disjointed and at times elliptical.... The story of this operation was treated more authoritatively and completely by Montagu in The Man Who Never Was."

[WWII/Eur/Deception]

Colvin, Marie. "Revealed: CIA's Bungled Iraqi Coup." Sunday Times (London), 2 Apr. 2000. [http://www.sunday-times.co.uk]

Article provides details, ostensibly from Iraqi dissidents close to events, about the failed covert operation against Saddam Hussein in 1995-1996.

[CIA/90s/95-1996/Iraq]

Colwell, Robert N. "Intelligence and the Okinawa Battle." Naval War College Review 38 (Mar.-Apr. 1985): 81-95.

Petersen: "Account by chief photo intelligence officer."

[WWII/FEPac/Battles]

Colwell, Robert T. "Radio Luxembourg: It Uses Jokes as Propaganda against the Nazis." Life, 5 Mar. 1945, 17-18. [Winkler]

[WWII/Psywar]

Comber, Leon. "The Malayan Security Service (1945-1948)." Intelligence and National Security 18, no. 3 (Autumn 2003): 128-153.

"The Malayan Security Service (MSS) was the main intelligence agency of the British when they returned to Singapore in September 1945.... It was responsible for obtaining and collating information on subversive organisations and personalities in Singapore/Malaya. As there was some dissatisfaction over its alleged failure to forewarn the British colonial authorities of the impending uprising of the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM), it was disbanded in August 1948..., and its functions were taken over by the Singapore and Malayan Police Special Branches."

[UK/Postwar/Counterinsurgency/Malaya]

Comber, Leon. "The Malayan Special Branch on the Malayan-Thai Frontier during the Malayan Emergency (1948-60)." Intelligence and National Security 21, no. 1 (Feb. 2006): 77-99.

From abstract: "This paper examines the counterinsurgency operations carried out by the Malayan Special Branch in southern Thailand as part of the Emergency, and the establishment of a Special Branch Border Section in Penang and a joint regional Malayan-Thai Special Branch office in Songkhla, southern Thailand, to coordiante intelligence operations against the communist insurgents."

[UK/Postwar/Counterinsurgency/Malaya]

Comber, Leon. "The Singapore Mutiny (1915) and the Genesis of Political Intelligence in Singapore." Intelligence and National Security 24, no. 4 (Aug. 2009): 529-541.

From abstract: "The establishment of an intelligence bureau in Singapore came about as a direct result of the Singapore [Sepoy] Mutiny ..., and in the following year the newly-established bureau was renamed the Criminal Intelligence Department and absorbed into the Straits Settlement Police."

[WWI/UK]

[Combest, Larry.] IC21: The Intelligence Community in the 21st Century. The Intelligence Community Act of 1996. Statement by Chairman Larry Combest, March 4, 1996. Washington, DC: 1996. American Intelligence Journal 16, no. 2/3 (Autumn/Winter 1995): 5-10.

Commander, JCS Joint Contingency Task Group. The Son Tay Prisoner of War Rescue Operation. Washington. DC: Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1971.

Official after-action report.

[Vietnem/SonTay]

Commanger, Henry S. "Intelligence: The Constitution Betrayed." New York Review of Books 23 (30 Sep. 1976): 32-37.

[Overviews/Legal]

Commission Concerning the Events in Jordan September 1997. Report of the Commission Concerning the Events in Jordan September 1997: Summary for Publication. Jerusalem: Government Press Office, 17 Feb. 1998. [http://www.fas.org/irp/world/israel/ciechanover.htm]

The members of the commission were Dr. Yosef Ciechanover, Lt. Gen. (Res.) Rafi Peled, and Maj. Gen. (Res.) Dan Tolkowsky.

[Israel/Meshal]

Commission on the Roles and Capabilities of the United States Intelligence Community. Preparing for the 21st Century: An Appraisal of U.S. Intelligence. Washington, DC: GPO, 1996. [http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/GPO-INTELLIGENCE/content-detail.html]

The report is available, together with the testimony of Bobby Inman, Frank Carlucci, James Lilly, Joe Nye, William Barr, Richard Haass, and Herman Cohen, at the Federation of American Scientists' Web site: http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs.html.

[Reform/90s/Commission]

Commission on the Roles and Capabilities of the United States Intelligence Community. "Findings and Conclusions." American Intelligence Journal 16, no. 2/3 (Autumn-Winter 1995): 11-17.

Also included here is the text of "Chapter 9: The Need to 'Right-Size' and Rebuild the Community" and of "Chapter 13: The Cost of Intelligence."

[Reform/90s/Commission][c]

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