Intelligence and Security

Editorial board: Richard J. Aldrich, Rob Dover, Sir Lawrence Freedman and Michael S. Goodman.

Secret intelligence is no longer the hidden dimension of statecraft. Yet in reality, we have only just started to lift the corner of this secret world. This series begins with the premise that the impact of secret intelligence on the international system—especially since the end of the Cold War—remains a mystery that awaits exploration. Consequently, it provides a forum for both scholars and reflective practitioners to offer new insights into the secret world from historical, sociological, political science and international relations perspectives.

Forthcoming

British Secret Intelligence on Chemical and Biological Weapons in the Soviet Union, South Africa and Libya

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The Art of Intelligence
Why Intelligence Needs the Media, Why the Media Needs Intelligence
British Secret Intelligence on Chemical and Biological Weapons in the Soviet Union, South Africa and Libya