Stech, Frank J.
1. Estimating Intentions in Military and Political Intelligence. Boulder, CO: Westview, 1985.
2. Political and Military Intention Estimation: A Taxonometric Analysis. Bethesda, MD: Mathtech, Nov. 1979.
Steele, Jonathan. "Romeo Spy Was 'Just Trouble.'" The Observer, 19 Sep. 1999.
KGB Colonel Igor Prelin, the "main Moscow 'handler'" of the so-called "Romeo Spy" has said that John Symonds was "far more trouble than he was worth." Symonds made "only two contacts of any value to the Soviet Union but cost it a lot in hotel bills, fancy clothes and entertainment."
Steele, Richard W. "Preparing the Public for War: Efforts to Establish a National Propaganda Agency, 1940-1941." American Historical Review 75 (1970): 1640-1653. [Winkler]
Steele, Robert David.
Steely, Skipper. Pearl Harbor Countdown: Admiral James O. Richardson. Gretna, LA: Pelican, 2008.
From publisher: The author "presents a detailed biography of the man who fought to prevent" placing the United States Naval Fleet in the Pacific at Pearl Harbor -- Adm. James Otto Richardson. "Through his comprehensive treatment of the life and times of Admiral Richardson, Steely explores four decades of American foreign policy, traditional military practice, U.S. intelligence, and the administrative side of the military."
McKay, Proceedings 135.5 (May 2009), finds that this book "is marred by historical inaccuracies and weak geographical references.... Through too much irrelevancy, poor grammar, and the absence of careful editing, the true story of the countdown to Pearl Harbor and the myriad consequences that followed that fateful event are lost."
Steers, Bob. FSS. Field Security Section. Ashford, Kent: Intelligence Corps Association, 1996.
According to Watt, I&NS 12.3, "Field Security was that arm of the Intelligence Corps whose job it was to ensure the security of British troops in the field." The function included both passive (physical security) and active counterespionage work. This volume brings together "the testimonies of 43 FS personnel who served with Field Security between 1940 and the early 1950s ... and cover[s] virtually every area of active service during the years 1940-45," as well as other areas in the years immediately following the war. The reviewer, a former FS NCO, recommends the book as "a remarkable collection of reminiscences, and an excellent picture, of one of the most effective and unconventional branches of British Military Intelligence."
Stein, Abe. "The Downfall of Beria." New International 19, no. 3 (May-Jun. 1953): 111-129. [Calder]
Stein, George J. "Information Warfare." Airpower Journal 9 (Spring 1995): 30-39.
Stein, George J., and Richard Szafranski. U.S. Information Warfare. Alexandria, VA: Jane's Information Group, 1996.
Stein, Jacob A. Legal Spectator and More. Washington, DC: Magazine Group, 2003.
Stein was Larry Wu-Tai Chin's defense attorney.
Stein, Janice Gross. "'Intelligence' and 'Stupidity' Reconsidered: Estimation and Decision in Israel, 1973." Journal of Strategic Studies 3 (Sep. 1980): 147-177.
Stein, Janice Gross. "Military Deception, Strategic Surprise and Analysis of Egypt and Israel 1971-1973." In Military Deception and Strategic Surprise, eds. John Gooch and Amos Perlmutter, 94-121. London: Frank Cass, 1982.
Stein, Jeff (CQ Weekly).
Stein, Larry [CDR/USN]. "GBS IP Receiver Decoder: What's All the Buzz About?" Naval Intelligence Professionals Quarterly 21, no. 2 (Jun. 2005): 13-14.
The author discusses "some lessons learned during USS HARRY S. TRUMAN's 2004-2005 combat deployment in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM while employing the Joint Service Imagery Processing System-Navy (JSIPS-N) Concentrator Architecture (JCA), Buzzlite, and multiple communications paths."
Steinacher, Gerald. "The Special Operations Executive (SOE) in Austria, 1940-1945." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 15, no. 2 (Summer 2002): 211-221.
"Austrian Resistance was almost entirely passive: no open resistance, no partisan movement, and no leader of note produced (with the exception of [Karl] Gruber)."
Steinhauer, Gustav. Ed., S.T. Felstead. Steinhauer, the Kaiser's Master Spy: The Story as Told by Himself. New York: Appleton, 1931. [Chambers]
Steinhauer, Jennifer, and Judith Miller. "In N.Y. Outbreak, Glimpse of Gaps in Biological Defenses." New York Times, 10 Oct. 1999. [http://www.nytimes.com]
"'The encephalitis outbreak in New York is a powerful lesson for public health authorities,' said Alan Zelicoff, a senior scientist at the Center for National Security and Arms Control at Sandia National Laboratories in New Mexico. 'It is a sobering, not so reassuring, demonstration of the inadequacies of the U.S. detection network for emerging diseases.'"
Steinhauer, Jennifer, and Jonathan Weisman. "U.S. Surveillance in Place Since 9/11 Is Sharply Limited." New York Times, 2 Jun. 2015. [http://www.nytimes.com]
On 2 June 2015, the U.S. Senate approved the USA Freedom Act "curtailing the federal government's sweeping surveillance of American phone records, and President Obama signed the measure hours later." The storage of bulk collection of phone records "now shifts to the phone companies, and the government must petition" the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) "for permission to search them." See also, Mike DeBonis, "Congress Turns Away from Post-9/11 Law, Retooling U.S. Surveillance Powers," Washington Post, 2 Jun. 2015.
[FBI/DomSec/10s; NSA/10/15; Overviews/Legal/FISC/15]
Steinmeyer, Walter. "Installation Penetration." Studies in Intelligence 6, no. 3 (Summer 1962): 47-54.
"Objectives and techniques of acquiring assets in East European official missions around the world."
Steinmeyer, Walter. "The Intelligence Role in Counterinsurgency." Studies in Intelligence 9, no. 4 (Fall 1965): 57-63.
The author seeks to outline "the part a civilian clandestine service should take in helping meet" the challenges posed in the U.S. effort to combat Communist-instigated "wars of national liberation."
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