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Contemporary Intelligence

· Dylan, H., Goodman, M. S., Jackson, P., Jansen, P. T., Maiolo,J. & Pedersen, T. (2017) The way of the Norse Ravens: merging profession and academe in Norwegian national intelligence higher education. Intelligence and National Security. 32, 7, p. 944-96

· Dylan, H. (2018) Review: Beyond Snowden: Privacy, Mass Surveillance, and the Struggle to Reform the NSA, RUSI Journal.

· Goodman, M. S., Dover, R. M., Devanny, J., & Omand, D. (2018). Why the British Government Must Invest in the Next Generation of Intelligence Analysts. RUSI Journal, 163(6).

· Goodman, M. S., & Gioe, D. (2019). Unforgiven: Russian Intelligence Vengeance as Political Theater and Strategic Messaging. Intelligence & National Security, 1-15.

· Long, M. (2018) ‘ISIS: Background’ in Moore, G. (ed.) Encyclopedia of U.S. Intelligence. New York: Taylor & Francis.

· Long, M. (2018) ISIS: Financing’ in Moore, G. (ed.) Encyclopedia of U.S. Intelligence. New York: Taylor & Francis


Intelligence History

General

· Gaspard, Jules J. S. (2017) 'A lesson lived is a lesson learned: a critical re- examination of the origins of preventative counter-espionage in Britain'. Journal of Intelligence History, 16 (2):150-171

· Gaspard, Jules J. S. (2017) 'The Hidden Origins of Intelligence History: Rehabilitating the ‘Airport Bookstall’'. History: The Journal of the Historical Association, 102 :639-660 [DOI]

· Goodman, Michael (and Dover, Robert) (eds.) (2011) Learning from the Secret Past: Cases in British Intelligence History, Georgetown University Press

· Goodman, Michael, (2008), ‘Learning to Walk: The Origins of the Joint Intelligence Committee’ International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 21/1

· Goodman, Michael, The Anvil of Discussion: The Official History of the Joint Intelligence Committee (Forthcoming)


First and Second World War

· Maiolo, Joseph A. (2010) Cry Havoc: Arms races and the Second World War, John Murray/Basic Books

· Maiolo, Joseph A. 'Armaments and international instability between the two World Wars’, Tamara Enomoto, ed., Disarmament and Arms Control in the History of International Politics:From the Nineteenth Century to the Present (2017: Nihon Keizai Hyouronsha, Tokyo), 71-90.


Cold War

· Dylan, Huw, (2008) ‘Britain and the Missile Gap: The Intelligence Estimates on the Soviet Ballistic Missile threat, 1957-1961’ Intelligence and National Security 23/6

· Dylan, Huw (and Scott, Len), (2010), ‘Celestial Cover for Thor: Devine Deception Planning for Cold War Missiles’, Journal of Strategic Studies 33/5

· Easter, David, (2008) ‘GCHQ and British External Policy in the 1960s’ Intelligence and National Security 23/5

· Maguire, T. J. and Franklin, H., ‘Creating a Commonwealth intelligence culture? Security, surveillance, and diplomacy in the founding of the Tanzanian state, 1955-1970’, in preparation for African Affairs (forthcoming)

· Maguire T. J., ‘Shades of grey: the British way of covert propaganda during the Cold War’, in preparation for Journal of Strategic Studies (forthcoming)

· Maguire, T. J. ‘Train and equip: British overseas security assistance in Cold War Southeast Asia’, in preparation for Journal of Contemporary History (forthcoming)

· Maguire, T. J. 'The Intelligence-Propaganda Nexus: British and American covert action in Cold War Southeast Asia' .Oxford University Press (forthcoming 2020)


Intelligence Theory

Gaspard, Jules J. S. (2017) 'Intelligence without Essence: Rejecting the Classical Theory of Definition'. International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 30 (3):557-582


Intelligence Communities

· Maguire, T. J. and Franklin, H., ‘Creating a Commonwealth intelligence culture? Security, surveillance, and diplomacy in the founding of the Tanzanian state, 1955-1970’, in preparation for African Affairs (forthcoming)

· Omand, David, (2010) ‘Creating Intelligence Communities,’ Public Policy and Administration 25/1


Security

· Devanny, J., (2015), National security inputs: more expertise = more effective decision making?.

· Goodman, M. S., Dover, R., & White, M. (2017). Two Worlds, One Common Pursuit: Why Greater Engagement with the Academic Community Could Benefit the UK's National Security. In The Palgrave Handbook of Security, Risk and Intelligence (pp. 461-478). Palgrave Macmillan.

· Long, M. (2015) ‘Foreign Financing of Islamic Institutions in the Netherlands.’ RAND Corporation.


Cyber Security

· Betz, David J. and Stevens Tim, (2011) 'Cyberspace and theState: Toward a Strategy for Cyber-Power', Adelphi 424 (London: Routledge for the IISS)

· Betz, David J. and Stevens, Tim, (2013), 'Analogical Reasoning and Cyber Security', Security Dialogue, 44(2): 147-164

· Devanny, J., (2016),The cyber security race: Governments must run faster just to keep pace.

· Devanny, J.,(2018), Why it’s unwise for the UK to boast about its cyber attack capability.



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