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Ernst, Maurice C. "Economic Intelligence in CIA." Studies in Intelligence 28, no. 4 (Winter 1984): 1-22. In Inside CIA's Private World: Declassified Articles from the Agency's Internal Journal, 1955-1992, ed. H. Bradford Westerfield, 305-329. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1995.

This is an excellent -- it is tempting to say "classic" -- brief history of the development of economic intelligence in the CIA. It is interesting, although a minor part of the article, that writing in 1984 Ernst says the question of whether the CIA should provide assistance to private U.S. firms "has been a hot issue for more than a decade."

[Analysis/History; GenPostwar/EconIntel][c]

Errante, Guido. "The German Intelligence Service During the World War." Cavalry Journal 42 (Nov.-Dec. 1933): 16-18. [http://carlisle-www.army.mil/usamhi/RefBibs/intell/1900-39.htm]

[Germany/WWI]

Erskine, Ralph - A - O.

Erskine, Ralph - P - Z.

Erskine, Toni. "'As Rays of Light to the Human Soul?' Moral Agents and Intelligence Gathering." Intelligence and National Security 19, no. 2 (Summer 2004): 359-381.

The author "sets out a simple typology of 'realist,' 'consequentialist' and 'deontological' ethical approaches to intelligence collection and explores how different practices might be variously evaluated from each."

[Overviews/Ethics]

Ervin, Clark Kent. Open Target: Where America is Vulnerable to Attack. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.

Peake, Studies 50.4 (2006) and Intelligencer 15.2 (Fall-Winter 2006-2007), finds that the author, a former DHS inspector general, has produced a "frustrating, even frightening, but important book." Ervin surveys "every facet of homeland security" and concludes that "[w]hile some progress has been made, albeit wastefully, and it is harder for terrorists to attack now than it was five years ago,... it is still much easier than it should be."

[DHS/Books]

Erwin, Marshall Curtis (CRS).

Escalante Font, Fabian, and Mirta Muniz. The Secret War: CIA Covert Operations Against Cuba 1959-62. [U.S.]: Ocean Press, 1995.

[LA/Cuba][c]

Escott, Beryl E. [Sqn. Ldr.]

1. Heroines of the SOE F Section: Britain's Secret Women in France. Stroud : History Press, 2010.

From publisher: "Beryl Escott tells the true story of the incredible 40 women who worked" for SOE during World War II. "These women came from a variety of backgrounds.... She explores what made them risk their lives.... She takes us on a journey through their recruitment and training into their undercover operations,...and details their often tragic demise from death by injection to being shot in a prisoner of war camp[]."

2. Mission Improbable: A Salute to the RAF Women of SOE in Wartime France. Cambridge: Stephens, 1991.

Tells the stories of 15 women from the WAAF who served with SOE in France during WWII.

http://www.nielsenbookdata.co.uk: The author "examines the role played" in the SOE by women of the Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF). "Their mission was indeed improbable and hazardous.... In view of the dangers and horrific ordeals undergone by these young women, it is miraculous that some of the missions were successful, but the cost in lives was high. Beryl Escott uses her knowledge and experience of the Women's Royal Air Force to piece together the stories of 15 women of the SOE."

Eshchenko, Alla, and Jill Dougherty. "Russian Convicted of Treason over U.S. Spy Ring." CNN, 27 Jun. 2011. [http://www.cnn.com]

According to a Moscow District Military Court spokeswoman on 27 June 2011, Col. Alexander Poteyev "was convicted of treason for betraying a group of spies in the United States." He "was sentenced in absentia to 25 years in a penal colony and stripped of his military title." He has 10 days to file an appeal. See also, Vladimir Isachenkov, "Ex-Officer Convicted of Betraying Russian Spy Ring," Associated Press, 27 Jun. 2011.

[Russia/10s/11]

Eshed, Haggai. Tr., David Zinder and Leah Zinder. Reuven Shiloah -- The Man Behind the Mossad: Secret Diplomacy in the Creation of Israel. London: Frank Cass, 1997.

Eshel, David. Daring to Win: Special Forces at War. London: Arms and Armour, 1992. [Gibish]

[MI/SpecOps]

Eshel, David. "Israel Hones Intelligence Operations to Counter Intifada." Jane's Intelligence Review, Oct. 2002, 26.

[Israel/00s]

Esquire. Editors. "How Our Man in Tehran Brought Down a Demagogue: The CIA vs. Mohammed Mossedegh." 91 (Jun. 1975): 90 ff. [Petersen]

[CIA/50s/Iran]

Esquire. Editors. "These Men Run the CIA." May 1966, 84-85, 166 ff. [Petersen]

[CIA/60s/Gen]

Essad Bey, Mohammad [pseud. Lev Nussimbaum].. OGPU: The Plot against the World. New York: Viking, 1933.

[Russia/Interwar]

Esselstrom, Erik W. "Japanese Police and Korean Resistance in Prewar China: The Problem of Legal Legitimacy and Local Collaboration." Intelligence and National Security 21, no. 3 (Jun. 2006): 342-363.

Tells the "story of Japanese police activity in prewar China and a failed attempt to employ local collaborators in the suppression of anti-Japanese organizations operating within Chinese territory during the ealry 1920s."

[China/Gen; Japan; OtherCountries/SKorea]

Estavanik, R.D. Intelligence and the Commander: Desert Shield/Storm Case Study. Newport, RI: Naval War College, 1992.

Etges, Andreas. "All That Glitters Is Not Gold: The 1953 Coup against Mohammed Mossadegh in Iran." Intelligence and National Security 26, no. 4 (Aug. 2011): 495-508.

The author argues less than successfully that "while the coup was successful in getting rid of Mossadegh, its negative short-term and long-term consequences in Iran but also for the United States weigh heavily."

[CIA/50s/Iran]

Ettinger, Glenn. "Thailand's Defeat of Its Communist Party." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 20, no. 4 (Winter 2007): 661-677.

This article is based on the author's conversations between 2004 and 2006 with retired police Maj. Gen. Ari Kaributra, "the architect of the strategy to defeat Communism in Thailand," and "two of his key subordinates who participated in executing the program."

[OtherCountries/Thailand]

Etzioni, Amitai. "The Great Drone Debate." Military Review (Mar.-Apr. 2013): 2-13. [http://usacac.army.mil/CAC2/MilitaryReview/Archives/English/MilitaryReview_20130430_art004.pdf]

"[W]e should carefully deliberate before we join or initiate any new armed fights, but draw on drones extensively, if fight we must. They are more easily scrutinized and reviewed, and are more morally justified, than any other means of warfare available."

[GenPostCW/10s/Gen; Recon/UAVs/10s]

Etzioni, Amitai. "Whose COIN?" Joint Force Quarterly 60 (Jan. 2011). [http://www.ndu.edu]

"COIN is a complicated vessel that must be carefully guided through challenging terrain. It is often burdened by adding missions to its core task to end the insurgency and leave behind a legitimate and effective government. Some of these missions may be fully justified; however, those who pile them on should realize that they further burden COIN, and that it might be overloaded to a breaking point. They had best restrain their ambition as much as possible, which is the subtext of this whole article."

[MI/SpecOps/Counterinsurgency]

Etzold, Thomas H. "The (F)utility Factor: German Information Gathering in the United States, 1933-1941." Military Affairs 39 (Apr. 1975): 77-82. [http://carlisle-www.army.mil/ usamhi/RefBibs/intell/ww2/genmisc.htm]

[WWII/Eur/Ger/Ops]

Eudes, Dominique. The Kapetanios: Partisans and the Civil War in Greece, 1943-1949. New York: Monthly Review Press, 1972.

Wilcox: "Marxist view of Greek civil war."

[GenPostwar/40s/Greece]

Eustis, Frederic A., III. "The Glomar Explorer Incident: Implications for the Law of Salvage." Virginia Journal of International Law 16 (Fall 1975): 177-185. [Petersen]

[CIA/70s/Glomar; Overviews/Legal]

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