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  • No Sense Of Decencyby Robert Shogan

    Ivan R. Dee 2009; US$ 26.99

    With a journalist's eye for revealing detail, Robert Shogan traces the 1954 Army-McCarthy Senate hearings and analyzes television's impact on government. Despite McCarthy's fall, Mr. Shogan points out, the hearings left a major item of unfinished business—the issue of McCarthyism, the strategy based on fear, smear, and guilt by association. more...

  • Spymistressby William Stevenson

    Arcade Publishing 2011; US$ 14.99

    A New York Times Best Seller! She was beautiful. She was ruthless. She had a steel trap for a mind and a will of iron. Born Vera Maria Rosenberg in Bucharest, she became Vera Atkins, legendary spy and holder of the Legion of Honor. Recruited by William Stevensonthe spymaster who would later come to be known as Intrepid”when she was only twenty-three,... more...

  • Intelligence in an Insecure Worldby Peter Gill; Mark Phythian

    Wiley 2013; US$ 28.95 US$ 26.06

    Over a decade on from the terrorist attacks of 9/11, intelligence continues to be of central importance to the contemporary world. Today there is a growing awareness of the importance of intelligence, and an increasing investment in it, as individuals, groups, organizations and states all seek timely and actionable information in order to increase... more...

  • Confronting the Coloniesby Rory Cormac

    Oxford University Press 2014; US$ 34.99

    An original exploration of how the intelligence community became aware of the growing insurgent threat in the twilight of Empire, the challenges this posed, and its impact upon how Whitehall saw the world. more...

  • Living Legends and Full Agencyby G.L.A. Harris

    CRC Press 2014; US$ 79.95

    This research and policy book examines the role of women in the military and the overwhelming evidence to date that warranted repealing the combat exclusion policy. It explores the following questions: How can the success of women in the military serve as justification for its repeal? What will be the potential impact of repealing the policy... more...

  • Deploymentby Karen Petty

    Redleaf Press 2009; US$ 24.99

    Theory-based, practice-driven strategies for handling separation issues in military families by internationally renowned consultant/trainer. more...

  • Shadow Governmentby Tom Engelhardt; Glenn Greenwald

    Haymarket Books 2014; US$ 15.99

    A powerful survey of a militarized America building a surveillance structure unparalleled in history. more...

  • Gratitude toward Veteransby Stephen Kershnar

    Lexington Books 2014; US$ 83.50

    Veterans are celebrated with speeches, statues, memorials, holidays, and affirmative action. They are lavishly praised in public gatherings and private conversations. Contradicting this widespread attitude, Stephen Kershnar’s Gratitude toward Veterans: A Philosophical Explanation of Why American Should Not Be Very Grateful to Veterans argues... more...

  • Knowing One's Enemiesby Ernest R. May

    Princeton University Press 2014; US$ 80.00 US$ 72.80

    In essays that illuminate not only the recent past but shortcomings in today's intelligence assessments, sixteen experts show how prospective antagonists appraised each other prior to the World Wars. This cautionary tale, warns that intelligence agencies can do certain things very well--but other things poorly, if at all. Originally published in... more...

  • The Craft We Choseby Richard L. Holm; Timothy Miller

    Mountain Lake Press 2011; US$ 9.99

    Many books, fiction and nonfiction alike, purport to probe the inner workings of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. Many attempt to create spine-tingling suspense or allege that America’s civilian spy operation has run amok and been infested with rogues and criminals. Not that The Craft We Chose lacks suspense, harrowing encounters, or its own... more...