The growing interest in intelligence activities and the opening of hitherto closed archives since the end of the Cold War has stimulated this series of scholarly monographs, wartime memoirs and edited collections. With contributions from leading academics and prominent members of the intelligence community, this series has quickly become the leading forum for the academic study of intelligence.
Big Data, Emerging Technologies and Intelligence National Security Disrupted
Intelligence Agencies, Technology and Knowledge Production Data Processing and Information Transfer in Secret Services during the Cold War
Conflict and Cooperation in Intelligence and Security Organisations An Institutional Costs Approach
Intelligence Analysis in the Digital Age
National Security Intelligence and Ethics
State-Private Networks and Intelligence Theory From Cold War Liberalism to Neoconservatism
Intelligence and Imperial Defence British Intelligence and the Defence of the Indian Empire 1904-1924
By Miah Hammond-Errey
January 29, 2024
This book sets out the big data landscape, comprising data abundance, digital connectivity and ubiquitous technology, and shows how it is impacting national security. The main themes are that big data is transforming intelligence production as well as changing the national security environment ...
By Rüdiger Bergien, Debora Gerstenberger, Constantin Goschler
September 25, 2023
This volume examines intelligence services since 1945 in their role as knowledge producers. Intelligence agencies are producers and providers of arcane information. However, little is known about the social, cultural and material dimensions of their knowledge production, processing and distribution...
By James Thomson
May 31, 2023
This book provides an institutional costs framework for intelligence and security communities to examine the factors that can encourage or obstruct cooperation. The governmental functions of security and intelligence require various organisations to interact in a symbiotic way. These organisations ...
By Stig Stenslie, Lars Haugom, Brigt H. Vaage
May 31, 2023
This book examines intelligence analysis in the digital age and demonstrates how intelligence has entered a new era. While intelligence is an ancient activity, the digital age is a relatively new phenomenon. This volume uses the concept of the "digital age" to highlight the increased change, ...
By Seumas Miller, Mitt Regan, Patrick F. Walsh
May 31, 2023
This volume examines the ethical issues that arise as a result of national security intelligence collection and analysis. Powerful new technologies enable the collection, communication and analysis of national security data on an unprecedented scale. Data collection now plays a central role in ...
By Dheeraj Chaya
September 29, 2022
This book examines India’s foreign intelligence culture and strategic surprises in the 20th century. The work looks at whether there is a distinct way in which India ‘thinks about’ and ‘does’ intelligence, and, by extension, whether this affects the prospects of it being surprised. Drawing on a ...
By Tom Griffin
June 17, 2022
This book examines the United States neoconservative movement, arguing that its support for the 2003 invasion of Iraq was rooted in an intelligence theory shaped by the policy struggles of the Cold War. The origins of neoconservative engagement with intelligence theory are traced to a tradition of ...
By Patrick F. Walsh
May 30, 2022
This book explores the challenges leaders in intelligence communities face in an increasingly complex security environment and how to develop future leaders to deal with these issues. As the security and policy-making environment becomes increasingly complicated for decision-makers, the focus on ...
By Stephen M. Harris
March 31, 2015
This is a study of the British military intelligence operations during the Crimean War. It details the beginnings of the intelligence operations as a result of the British Commander, Lord Raglan's, need for information on the enemy, and traces the subsequent development of the system....
By Richard James Popplewell, Richard J. Popplewell
August 01, 1995
This is the first book to appear on British intelligence operations based in both India and London, which defended the Indian Empire against subversion during the first two decades of the twentieth century. It is concerned with the threat to the British Raj posed by the Indian revolutionary ...
By Ian Leigh, Njord Wegge
August 10, 2018
This book examines how key developments in international relations in recent years have affected intelligence agencies and their oversight. Since the turn of the millennium, intelligence agencies have been operating in a tense and rapidly changing security environment. This book addresses the ...
By Sarah Miller Harris
May 09, 2018
This book questions the conventional wisdom about one of the most controversial episodes in the Cold War, and tells the story of the CIA's backing of the Congress for Cultural Freedom. For nearly two decades during the early Cold War, the CIA secretly sponsored some of the world’s most feted ...