2 edition of Exploring intelligence archives found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
|2||Studies in intelligence series|
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Topics covered include the cold war, Vietnam and the Arab-Isreali conflict. Delivery Worldwide We can also ship all items worldwide.
A total of twenty one of the leading experts in the field have contributed to this book. First, it seeks to build on existing scholarship on intelligence in deepening our understanding of its impact on a series of key events in the international history of the past century. The authors challenge the general tendency to treat documents produced by intelligence Exploring intelligence archives as inevitably more valuable than more open material, providing a more realistic picture of the problems associated with this type of archive.
Gerald Hughes, Peter Jackson and Len Scott Enquiries into the secret state This collaborative work looks at the problems faced by anyone working with material produced by the secret intelligence gathering community, and the benefits to be gained from such work. Usual delivery timescale is between 5 and 7 working days from the date of dispatch.
Format: Trade Paperback Publisher: Routledge Publication Year: 2008 Language: English ISBN: 9780415349727 EAN: 9780415349727 Item Height: 0.
The central objectives of this collection are twofold. Further, it aims to explore the different ways in which intelligence can be studied by bringing together both scholarly and practical expertise to examine a range of primary material relevant to the history of intelligence since the early twentieth century.
This book covers a wide range of documents, starting with Japanese communications intercepted by the British during the London Naval Conference of 1930 and ending with the Butler Report of 2004.
4 Oz Number of Pages: 352 Pages.
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