Dénécé, Eric. Renseignement et contre-espionage: actions clandestines, technologies, services secrets. Paris: Hachette, 2008.
Kahn, Intelligencer 17.1 (Winter-Spring 2009), says that the author "competently surveys the field," offering some historical, geographical, and analytical chapters.
Denécé, Eric. "The Revolution in Intelligence Affairs: 1989-2003." International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence 27, no. 1 (Spring 2014): 27-41.
The "'intelligence revolution' resulted from a combination of changes in international politics, information technologies, and socio-political context."
Denécé, Eric, and Gérald Arboit. "Intelligence Studies in France." International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence 23, no. 4 (Winter 2010-2011): 725-747.
"In less than two decades, French Intelligence Studies has undergone a major transformation.... [D]espite the traditional lack of interest of political leaders in the subject, Intelligence has achieved a level of recognition that it hitherto lacked.... But talk of the emergence of a 'French School' of Intelligence ... is premature. The renewed interest in Intelligence as a subject of research may yet be only a passing fad."
Dengler, Dieter. Escape from Laos. San Rafael, CA: Presidio, 1979. [Petersen]
Denham, Henry. Inside the Nazi Ring: A Naval Attache in Sweden, 1940-1945. London: Murray, 1984.
Foot, I&NS 2.1, finds that Denham "gives an admirable account of what a wartime naval attache's life is actually like" and "explains how the Admiralty became aware of Bismarck's sortie in May 1941."
Denkler, John M. "Tannenberg." Cryptolog 15, no. 1 (Jan. 1994): 3, 17-18.
'Radio intercept' played a key role in a military engagement whose outcome may have had a ... profound effect on the course of world history." See also, Richard N. Armstrong, "Tactical Triumph at Tannenberg," Military History 14, no. 3 (Aug. 1997): 58-64, 80; and Wilhelm F. Flicke, "The Early Development of Communications Intelligence," Studies in Intelligence 3, no. 1 (Winter 1959): 99-114.
Denning, Alfred Thompson [Baron] The Circumstances Leading to the Resignation of the Former Secretary of State for War, Mr. J.D. Profumo. London: HMSO, 1963. The Profumo-Christine Keeler Affair: Lord Denning's Report. New York: Marc, 1962. John Profumo & Christine Keeler, 1963. London: The Stationery Office, 1999. The Scandal of Christine Keeler and John Profumo: Lord Denning's Report, 1963. London: Tim Coates, 2003.
This is the official report on the British spy scandal of the early 1960s.
Denning, Dorothy E. Information Warfare and Security. New York: ACM Press, 1999.
Kruh, Cryptologia 23.3, calls Denning's work "a comprehensive overview of the wide range of activities that comprise information warfare." The book "provides the background needed to make informed judgements about potential threats or the defenses against them."
Dennis, Mike. The Stasi: Myth and Reality. London: Pearson Education Ltd., 2003.
Peake, Studies 47.4 (2003), finds that the author provides considerable detail "about the Stasi case officers, their recruitment techniques, and the types of sources they cultivated.... The Stasi myth was the belief that its efficiency could overcome communist inefficiency; the reality was that it could not."
De Noya, Mary. "Washington's Secret Army." Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine 116, no. 2 (1982): 102-105.
Petersen: "Espionage, informers."
Denson, Bryan. The Spy's Son: The True Story of the Highest-Ranking CIA Officer Ever Convicted of Espionage and the Son He Trained to Spy for Russia. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2015.
Kelly, Washington Post, 12 Jun. 2015, finds that the author "tackles the story" of Harold Nicholson and his son Nathan "with zest.... Denson spent about 200 hours interviewing Nathan. He uses that access to paint a sympathetic portrait of how the 22-year-old was drawn into his father's web. We glimpse an accomplice willing to do anything to please his father and who remained remarkably unsophisticated even as his involvement escalated."
Denton, Sally, and Roger Morris. "The Crimes of Mena." http://www.magnet.ch/serendipity/ cia/c_o_mena.html [link not active] ("from the July 1995 issue of Penthouse Magazine").
The authors claim to have "documents" from the period 1981 to 1986 (when Barry Seal was killed), showing that everyone from Presidents Reagan, Bush, and Clinton to the "mainstream media" (by which I assume the authors mean those media that wouldn't publish their article) to the paper boy was either involved in or is covering up "the crimes of Mena."
Denyer, Simon. "Egypt's Former Spy Chief Omar Suleiman, 76, Dies in Cleveland." Washington Post, 19 Jul. 2012. [http://www.washingtonpost.com]
According to the Egyptian government, former head of Egypt's national security intelligence agency Omar Suleiman, a trusted adviser of ousted president Hosni Mubarak and a key CIA partner in the Middle East, died" on 19 July 2011 at the Cleveland Clinic.
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