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Teaching about Intelligence

ISA's Intelligence Studies Section. Compendium Project: Contributions to the International Studies Encyclopedia. Larry Lamanna and Stephen Marrin, Project Directors.

"Published as International Studies Encyclopedia, the end product is an extensive set of evaluative literature reviews … assessments of the sufficiency of the existing literature on different subjects. These reviews also highlight areas of research that still need coverage; essentially, implicit research agendas for enterprising graduate students/scholars to fill in and get published to grow the body of knowledge in the field." (http://iss.loyola.edu/ISA_Compendium.pdf)

International Studies Encyclopedia. Ed., Robert A. Denemark. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.

Larry Lamanna and Stephen Marrin, "Intelligence Studies," xci-xcvi.

Richard Aldrich, "Intelligence and International Security," 3824-3842.

Hamilton Bean, "United States Intelligence Cultures," 7239-7255.

Thomas Copeland, "Intelligence Failure Theory," 3805-3823.

Timothy Crawford, "Intelligence Cooperation," 3784-3804.

Erik Dahl, "Intelligence and Terrorism," 3862-3882.

John Ferris, "Intelligence in War," 3883-3899.

Jennifer Kibbe, "Covert Action," 608-627.

Charles Mangio and Bonnie Wilkinson, "Intelligence Analysis -- Once Again," 3765-3783.

Cynthia Nolan, "Intelligence Oversight in the USA," 3843-3861.

Hayden Peake, "Counterintelligence," 585-607.

Joshua Rovner, "Pathologies of Intelligence Producer-Consumer Relations," 5535-5550.

William Spracher, "Teaching Intelligence in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada," 6779-6800.

John Stempel, "Diplomacy and Intelligence," 1075-1082.

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