New: The Journal of Intelligence History (Vol. 13, No. 1, 2014)

A new issue of the Journal of Intelligence History has just been published. Here you can have a quick look at the table of contents: Articles: Intelligence shocks, media coverage, and congressional accountability, 1947–2012 (by Loch K. Johnson) Spies and diplomats in Bismarck’s Germany: collaboration between military intelligence and the Foreign Office, 1871–1881 (by James Stone)…

Call for Papers: Intelligence Services and Democracy

Intelligence services and their activities present unique challenges for democracies all over the world: on the one hand, these services serve a key role in national security and foreign policy and provide decision-makers with crucial information and assessments, while on the other hand, clandestine intelligence means and methods as well as the wide investigative and…