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Greene, Charles S. Thrilling Stories of the Great Rebellion: Comprising Heroic Adventures and Hairbreadth Escapes of Soldiers, Scouts, Spies and Refugees; Daring Exploits of Smugglers. Guerrillas, Desperados and Others; Tales of Loyal and Disloyal Women; Stories of the Negro, etc., etc. Philadelphia: John E. Potter, 1864.

[CivWar/Overviews]

Greene, Dorian D. "Ethical Dilemmas Confronting Intelligence Agency Counsel." Tulsa Journal of Comparative & International Law 2 (Fall 1994): 91ff.

[Overviews/Ethics]

Greene, Fred. "The Intelligence Arm: The Cuban Missile Crisis." In Foreign Policy in the Sixties: The Issues and the Instruments, eds. Roger Hilsman and Robert C. Good, 127-140. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Press, 1965. [Petersen]

[GenPostwar/60s/MissileCrisis]

Greene, George W. Life of Nathanael Greene. New York: 1871.

Petersen: "Washington's Quartermaster General was heavily involved in intelligence matters."

[RevWar/OtherIndivs]

Greene, Harris. "Experience of War: Cloak-and-Dagger in Salzburg." MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History 9, no. 3 (Spring 1997): 22-23.

The author was operations chief for the U.S. Army's 430th Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC) Detachment in Salzburg. He relates a 20 January 1946 incident between the CIC and NKVD over a former Abwehr agent named Richard Kauder.

[GenPostwar/40s/Gen][c]

Greene, Richard Allen, Pam Benson, and Mike Mount. "Top Intel Officer Slams Work of U.S. Spies in Afghanistan." CNN, 5 Jan. 2010. [http://www.cnn.com]

Maj. Gen. Michael Flynn, the top U.S. military intelligence officer in Afghanistan, said in a report published on 4 January 2010 that "U.S. military intelligence officers in Afghanistan spend too much time focusing on enemy groups and tactics and not enough on trying to understand Afghanistan's culture, people and networks.... Flynn co-wrote the report with [Marine Capt. Matt] Pottinger and Paul Batchelor of the Pentagon's Defense Intelligence Agency for a Washington think tank, the Center for a New American Security."

[MI/Ops/Afgh/2010]

Greene, Richard M. Business Intelligence and Espionage. Homewood, IL: Dow Jones-Irwin, 1966.

Wilcox: "Account of the rationale & techniques used in commercial espionage."

[GenPostwar/EconIntel/Corp]

Greenfield, Patricia. "CIA's Behavior Caper." APA Monitor, Dec. 1977, 1, 10-11.

"While news of blatant attempts at behavioral control have had immediate shock value, the CIA's support of basic research has had the more lingering effect of posing many difficult and complex questions and issues for psychologists.... The CIA's key instrument for sponsoring basic research in psychology, sociology and anthropology in the decade from the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s was the Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology, later called the Human Ecology Fund.... Psychological Assessment Associates, a private consulting firm,... was the CIA's successor to Human Ecology."

[CIA/Relations/Academe]

Greenhouse, Linda. "Webster Is Confirmed by Senate as Head of Central Intelligence." New York Times, 20 May 1987. [http://www.nytimes.com]

On 19 May 2008, the Senate confirmed William H. Webster as DCI by a vote of 94 to 1. The one negative vote was cast by Senator Harry Reid (D-NV). Acting DCI Robert M. Gates is expected to remain as Deputy Director.

[CIA/DCIs/Webster]

Greenhow, Rose O'Neal. My Imprisonment and the First Year of Abolition Rule in Washington. London: R. Bentley, 1863.

[CivWar/Conf/Women]

Greenslade, Rush V.

1. "CIA Meets the Press." Studies in Intelligence 13, no. 2 (Spring 1969): 3-10.

President Johnson wanted a late-1963 CIA assessment of the Soviet economy to be released to the public. Release of the report at the CIA's first press conference led to more speculation about the CIA's motives for releasing the story than about the state of the Soviet economy. In the longer run, the CIA estimate of a slowed growth in the Soviet economy became accepted.

2. "The Many Burdens of Defense in the Soviet Union." Studies in Intelligence 14, no. 2 (Fall 1970): 1-12

The author argues that the "proper measure of the burden of defense is its opportunity cost, that is, the value of alternative goods and services done without in order to acquire defense." (Italics in original)

3. "Rubles Versus Dollars." Studies in Intelligence 6, no. 1 (Winter 1962): 1-11.

This article explains why "dollar and ruble comparisons [of the U.S. and Soviet GNPs] are not so good, and the geometric mean not nearly so bad, as critics have alleged."

[Analysis/Sov]

Greenspan, Nicole. "News, Intelligence, and Espionage at the Exiled Court at Cologne: The Case of Henry Manning." Media History 11, no. 1/2 (2005): 105-125.

[UK/Historical]

Greentree, Todd. Crossroads of Intervention: Insurgency and Counterinsurgency Lessons from Central America. Westport, CT: Praeger Security International, 2008.

Keiser, Proceedings 134.8 (Aug. 2008), notes the author's view that "U.S. involvement in Central America during the 1980s clearly demonstrated the limits of intervention and use of force in internal conflicts." This work shows that Greentree's "experience as a U.S. foreign service officer in Central America and his professorship at the Naval War College have served him well."

For Cohen, Washington Post, 6 Dec. 2009, this "book weaves together personal knowledge and scholarly study and reminds us of forgotten conflicts in Central America that still have much teach us about small wars. As miserably unpopular as the Salvadoran conflict was,... it succeeded in defeating a communist insurgency that once stood on the verge of success."

[MI/SpecOps/C'insurgency]

Greenwald, Glenn. No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, The N.S.A., and the U.S. Surveillance State." New York: Metropolitan, 2014.

Peake, Studies 58.3 (Sep. 2014), notes the book's themes that Snowden's actions were justified because he was seeking reform and "journalists have the absolute right to be the final arbiters of what to publish," for which he offers an "often bitter and as hominem rationale."

[NSA/10s/14/Snowden]

Greenwood, John. American Defense Policy Since 1945: A Preliminary Bibliography. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press, 1973.

[MI/RefMats]

Greenwood, Ted.

1. "Reconnaissance and Arms Control." Scientific American, Feb. 1973, 2-13 [Petersen] or 14-25 [Rip & Fontanella].

2. Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Arms Control. Adelphi Papers No. 86. London: International Institute for Strategic Studies, 1972. [Petersen]

[Recon/Topics]

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