Without Cloak Or Dagger: The truth about the new espionage--

Without Cloak Or Dagger The truth about the new espionage Although published in it s still the best book on humtel i e human intelligence Covers everything recruitment training case officers desk officers security officers cutouts analysts the d

  • Title: Without Cloak Or Dagger: The truth about the new espionage--
  • Author: Miles Copeland Jr.
  • ISBN: 9780671216627
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Although published in 1974, it s still the best book on humtel i.e human intelligence Covers everything recruitment, training, case officers, desk officers, security officers, cutouts, analysts, the difference between intelligence officers and spies, dummy corporations, front organizations, the use of journalists and academics, difference between intelligence and espAlthough published in 1974, it s still the best book on humtel i.e human intelligence Covers everything recruitment, training, case officers, desk officers, security officers, cutouts, analysts, the difference between intelligence officers and spies, dummy corporations, front organizations, the use of journalists and academics, difference between intelligence and espionage and counter intelligence and counter espionage , the difference between intelligence gathering and law enforcement and why their goals often conflict , organizational structures of intelligence agencies, career path of a typical CIA employee, brief history of the OSS and CIA If you want to know what spying IS, and HOW it works, this book is a great start.

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    1. The first time I read this, as a library book, I found it absolutely fascinating. Copeland is passionate about his subject and his beliefs, and so much of what he had to say made sense to me. I loved it like crazy.When I picked up my own copy and re-read it some years later, I was acutely aware that this was written by a guy who wrote Government Documents for a living. ;) The subject is fascinating; the writing style, not so much.

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