Joyal, Paul M. Fifteen Years of Espionage. Washington, DC: Nathan Hale Institute, 1991.
Surveillant 2.1: "A compilation of espionage cases and arrests over the last 15 years."
Joyner, David, ed. Coding Theory and Cryptography: From Enigma and Geheimschreiber to Quantum Theory. New York: Springer, 2000.
Joyner, David, and David Kahn, eds. "Edited Transcript of Interview with Peter Hilton for 'Secrets of War.'" Cryptologia 30, no. 3 (Jul.-Sep. 2006): 236-250.
From former Bletchley Park mathematician Peter Hilton's interview in the summer of 1997 for the History Channel's "Secrets of War" series.
Juárez, Javier. Juan Pujol, el espía que derrotó a Hitler. Madrid: Temas de Hoy, 2004.
Pujol was "Garbo" in the British Double-Cross system.
Juárez, Javier. Madrid, Londres, Berlín: espías de Franco al servicio de Hitler. Madrid: Temas de Hoy, 2005.
Judah, Tim. "German Spies Accused of Arming Bosnian Muslims." Telegraph (London), 20 Apr. 1997. [http://www.telegraph.co.uk]
The BND "is in turmoil following revelations that spy chiefs ran covert and illegal operations sending arms to Bosnia's Muslims and Croatia during the war in the former Yugoslavia."
Judd, Alan. The Quest for C: Mansfield Cumming and the Founding of the Secret Service. London: HarperCollins, 1999.
Roberts, Spectator, 16 Oct. 1999, calls this biography of Sir Mansfield Cumming "a serious testament to the bravery and determination of the secret services" during World War I. The author "has had the inestimable advantages of support from his old employers [presumably SIS] and access to Cumming's secret diaries,... which he has diligently and on the whole successfully followed up." For Swain, I&NS 15.4, "Judd's is a general account, fluently written with journalistic flair and well worth reading; but it is not scholarly and footnotes are rare."
Judd, Alan. "Secret Services Wrongly Blamed." Telegraph (London), 19 Sep. 1999. [http://www.telegraph.co.uk]
"The Security Service (MI5) and the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS or MI6) are doubtless resigned to being blamed for whatever they do or do not do. But some of the criticism aimed at them this week rests on misunderstandings."
Judd, Stephen G. "The CIA and the University: A Problem of Power." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 6, no. 3 (Fall 1993): 339-358.
"So great are the disparities of power that the risks for the academic community are significantly greater than in any other institutional associations which the university undertakes.... The accompanying risks ... are so great that academic institutions ought not ... engage in them."
Judis, John B., and Spencer Ackerman. "The Operator." The New Republic, 22 Sep. 2003. [http://www.tnr.com]
"At a moment when many in the CIA, probably including [DCI George J.] Tenet, had their doubts about the factual premises of the Iraqi war, Tenet compromised his agency's mandate to 'deliver intelligence that is clear and objective.'"
Judt, Matthias, and Burghard Ciesla, eds. Technology Transfer out of Germany after 1945. Reading: Harwood, 1996.
Judt, Tony, ed. Resistance and Revolution in Mediterranean Europe, 1939-1948. London: Routledge, 1989.
Hunt, I&NS 6.3, notes that the "theme of this scholarly work is the part played by the Communist parties of southern Europe in the resistance to German occupation" in World War II and its immediate aftermath. The book consists of an introduction ("a spectacular piece of writing"), a chapter on the Comintern, and chapters on France, Italy, Yugoslavia, and Greece.
[OtherCountries/Greece/WWII; WWII/Eur/Italy; WWII/Eur/Resistance/Gen; WWII/OSS/Yugo]
1. "The Soviets and Ultra." Intelligence and National Security 3, no. 2 (Apr. 1988): 233-247.
The author believes that the capture of Enigma machines at Stalingrad and the work of Russian mathematicians allowed the Soviets to break the Enigma system. Sexton calls this a "provocative thesis that remains to be proved." For a challenge to Jukes' thesis, see P.S. Milner-Barry, "The Soviets and Ultra: A Comment on Jukes' Hypothesis," Intelligence and National Security 3, no. 2 (Apr. 1988): 248-250.
2. "More on the Soviets and Ultra." Intelligence and National Security 4, no. 2 (Apr. 1989): 374-384.
The author addresses some issues raised by critics of his original article (see above). For Ralph Erskine's comment on this article, see "The Soviets and Naval Enigma: Some Comments," Intelligence and National Security 4, no. 3 (Jul. 1989): 503-511.
Jumper, Roy D.L. "Malaysia's Senoi Praaq Special Forces." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 13, no. 1 (Spring 2000): 64-93.
The author argues that the Senoi Praaq "now plays an important role in national security affairs, reaching into the realm of Malaysia's high politics."
Jung Sung-ki. "Spy Agency to Strengthen Anti-Espionage Activities." Korea Times, 18 Feb. 2008. [http://www.koreatimes.co.kr]
Officials said on 18 February 2008 that "President-elect Lee Myung-bak's transition team is pushing ahead with overhauling the roles and missions" of the National Intelligence Service (NIS) "to help it strengthen activities in collecting intelligence on North Korea.... The incoming government will also streamline the agency drastically, replacing some 30 senior members, they said."
Justo, Luis, and Fabiana Erazun. "Neuroethics and Human Rights." American Journal of Bioethics 7, no. 5 (May 2007): 16-18.
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