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Kelleher, Catherine A., and Joseph E. Naftzinger, eds. Intelligence in the Arms Control Process: Lessons from INF. College Park, MD: University of Maryland Center for International Security Studies, 1990. [Petersen]

[Recon/Topics]

Keller, A.W. Targeting the Head of State During the Gulf Conflict: A Legal Analysis (Final Report). Newport, RI: Naval War College, 1992.

Surveillant 3.2/3: Keller "concludes that with the approval of the National Command Authorities, Commander-in-Chief of the United States Central Command could have specifically identified Saddam Hussein as a target, and that the killing of the Iraqi leader by U.S. Armed Forces would not have been illegal or an assassination."

[Overviews/Legal/Assassination]

Keller, B.A. Avoiding Surprise: The Role of Intelligence Collection and Analysis in the Operational Level of War. Ft. Leavenworth, KS: Army Command and General Staff College, 1992.

Surveillant 3.2/3 says that Keller provides a paradigm to examine the causes of operational surprise.

[Analysis/Surprise]

Keller, William W. The Liberals and J. Edgar Hoover: The Rise and Fall of a Domestic Intelligence State. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1989.

Kelley, Clarence M. Kelley: The Story of an FBI Director. Kansas City, MO: Andrews, McMeel, 1987.

[FBI/To90s]

Kelley, Paul X. "Coastal Infiltration and Withdrawal." Studies in Intelligence 7, no.2 (Spring 1963): A13-A17.

The future Marine Corps Commandant discusses some of the complications involved in using the buoyant ascent technique for debarking agent personnel from a submerged submarine. See John A. Hurley, "A Technique for Coastal Infiltration," Studies in Intelligence 6, no. 3 (Summer 1962): 25-28.

[CIA/Components/Tradecraft]

Kelley, Stephen J. "The SIGCUM Story: Cryptographic Failure, Cryptographic Success." Cryptologia 21, no. 4 (Oct. 1997): 289-316.

William Friedman and Frank Rowlett cooperated on the design of a cryptographic device (Converter M-228 or SIGCUM) to encipher teletype traffic. The system was placed into service in January 1943. Rowlett discovered that the system was insecure, and achieved its prompt removal from service.

[Cryptography/Gen][c]

Kellogg, Davida E. "International Law and Terrorism." Military Review 85 (Sep.-Oct. 2005): 50-57.

[Overviews/Legal/Intl; Terrorism/00s/Gen]

Kelly

Kelso, Nicholas. Errors of Judgement: SOE's Disaster in the Netherlands, 1941-1944. London: Robert Hale, 1988. [Chambers]

[UK/WWII/Services/SOE]

Kemp, Anthony. The SAS at War: The Special Air Service Regiment, 1941-1945. London: Murray, 1991. London: Signet, 1993.

Kemp, Anthony. The Secret Hunters. London: O'Mara, 1986.

Capet: "Post-war investigations about missing SOE and SAS wartime agents."

[UK/Postwar/Gen; UK/WWII/Services/SOE]

Kemp, Percy. "The Fall and Rise of France's Spymasters." Intelligence and National Security 9, no. 1 (Jan. 1994): 12-21.

Kemp, Peter. The Thorns of Memory: One of the Twentieth Century's Great Adventurers. London: Sinclair-Stevenson, 1990.

Kemp, Peter. Alms for Oblivion. London: Cassell, 1961.

Kemp, Peter. Mine Were Trouble. London: Cassell, 1957.

Kemp, Peter. No Colours or Crest. London: Cassell, 1958. London: Panther Books, 1960. [pb]

Covers the author's WWII experiences with SOE in Albania and Poland.

Kemp, Vernon A.M. Without Fear, Favour or Affection: Thirty-five Years with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Toronto: Longmans, Green, 1958.

[Canada/Gen]

Kempe, Frederick. "Now a Free Agent, Master Soviet Spy Tells Rich Tales." Wall Street Journal, 25 May 1995, A1.

Kempster, Norman. "Academia Mounts Fight to Save a CIA Program." Los Angeles Times, 14 Jan. 1997.

"At issue is a plan by some of the CIA's budget writers to cut by 25% or more the funding for the Foreign Broadcast Information Service.... Since rumors of the cuts surfaced last summer, a growing list of professors and other academics has protested what is called a false economy. Lyman Miller, director of the China studies program at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies, said the cuts will 'cripple our curriculum.'"

[CIA/C&C/FBIS]

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