• Intelligence and National Security - February 2008 - Vol. 23 No. 1

Intelligence and National Security - February 2008 - Vol. 23 No. 1

Special issue on "Spying In Film and fiction".

138 pages. Very Good condition. Slight edge wear on top of front cover, otherwise like new.

Journal Description (from researchgate.net):

  • Intelligence and National Security breaks the silence surrounding the secret world of intelligence.
  • Readers gain insight into the contemporary functions of intelligence and its influence of foreign policy and national security.
  • Articles on the historical background of intelligence present the complete picture of its origins and development.
  • Experts on international strategy and the use of intelligence in war, together with cryptanalysts and others who were actively involved in intelligence work for many years offer new evidence on political incidents in recent history.

Articles:

  • Spies in the American Movies
  • 'The Good Shepherd' versus Real CIA History
  • Intelligence in Fiction
  • The Truth of Espionage is Stranger Than Truth
  • Depiction of Congressional Oversight on Spy Film and Fiction
  • Hollywood, the CIA and the African-American Response to the 'Dark Alliance' Series
  • A Look at Reality's Role in the Bourne Identity Novel and Film.


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Intelligence and National Security - February 2008 - Vol. 23 No. 1

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