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Ausems, André. "The 'Bureau Inlichtingen' (Intelligence Service) of the Netherlands Government in London, November 1942-May 1945: An Overview of Its Mission, Agents and Undercover Radio Traffic." Military Affairs 45, no. 3 (Oct. 1981): 127-132.


Ausems, André. "The Netherlands Military Intelligence Summaries 1939-1940 and the Defeat in the Blitzkrieg of May 1940." Military Affairs 50, no. 4 (Oct. 1986): 190-199.


Ausland, John. "A Mole Unmasked: The Arne Treholt Spy Case." The Norseman 2 (1984): 55-57.


Aussaresses, Paul [Gen.] The Battle of the Casbah: Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in Algeria, 1955-1957. New York: Enigma, 2002.

Chapman, IJI&C 16.2, says that the author's memoir "provides a shocking look into this almost forgotten part of history. [Aussaresses] tells of the horrible torture methods he personally used on suspected FLN militants. But he does not give a clue as to the Algerian side of the story." For Clayton, I&NS 18.1, the author's apologia for his actions is "unconvincing." In addition, "[c]onversations of over 45 years ago are reported verbatim"; and "trivia is mixed with matters of the utmost seriousness." See also, Michael Ignatieff, "The Torture Wars," The New Republic, 22 Apr. 2002, 40-43.


Aust, Stefan, and Anthea Bell. Baader-Meinhof: The Inside Story of the R.A.F. New York & London: Oxford University Press, 2009.


Austen, Ian, and David Johnston. "17 Held in Plot to Bomb Sites in Ontario." New York Times, 4 Jun. 2006. []

"Seventeen Canadian residents were arrested and charged with plotting to attack targets in southern Ontario with crude but powerful fertilizer bombs, the Canadian authorities" announced on 3 June 2006. "[P]olice and intelligence officials said they had been monitoring the group for some time and moved in to make the arrests ... after the group arranged to take delivery of three tons of ammonium nitrate, a fertilizer that can be made into an explosive when combined with fuel oil."


Auster, Bruce B. "Spies Wanted: James Bond Need Not Apply." U.S. News & World Report, 15 Jun. 1998, 32.

The CIA is conducting "its most intensive recruiting effort,... in a decade." In particular, it is seeking "computer scientists, engineers, and fluent speakers of Chinese and Arabic," as well as "African-American and Hispanic prospects."


Auster, Bruce B. "What's Really Gone Wrong with the CIA." U.S. News & World Report, 1 Jun. 1998, 27.

In a 5 May 1998 "classified internal briefing ... for the CIA's staff" by George J. Tenet, the DCI "outlined a new 'strategic direction' centered on the clandestine branch. Tenet pledged to hire new case officers and to outfit them with the latest equipment."


Auster, Bruce B., Kevin Whitelaw, and Lucian Kim. "An Inside Look at Terror, Inc." U.S. News & World Report, 19 Oct. 1998, 34-35.


Austin, C.G. "Credibility Gap." Journal of Higher Education, May 1967, 278-280.


Austin, Roger. "Surveillance and Intelligence under the Vichy Regime: The Service du Controle Technique, 1939-45." Intelligence and National Security 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1986): 123-137.


Austin, Stephen, and N.B. Rankov. Exploratio: Military and Political Intelligence in the Roman World from the Second Punic War to the Battle of Adrianople. London: Routledge, 1995.

Sheldon, IJI&C 11.1, finds that the authors' "description of intelligence gathering along the frontiers of the empire is ... the most detailed study to date.... The chapters on 'The Acquisition of Tactical Intelligence' (pp. 40ff) ... are the best and most comprehensive in the book." The biggest problem with the book is that it is by classicists for classicists: "The authors' text will be incomprehensible to anyone not intimately familiar with the workings of the Roman empire, the Latin language, and Roman history."

Austra, Kevin. "Battle of the Bulge: The Secret Offensive." Military Intelligence 17, no. 1 (Jan.-Mar. 1991): 26-33.

The Germans achieved surprise in the Ardennes in 1944 because Allied intelligence failed to provide an unambiguous warning of an impending attack.


Australia, Commonwealth of. Report of Royal Commission on Espionage. Sydney, Australia: A.H. Pettifer, 1955.

Australia, Commonwealth of. Royal Commission on Intelligence and Security. Report. Canberra: Australian Government Publications Service, 1977.

Australian Associated Press. "New Counter-Terrorism Centre Opens Amid 'Hundreds' of Aussie Threats." Daily Telegraph (Sydney), 21 Oct. 2010. []

"[S]peaking at the formal opening of a counter-terrorism control centre at ASIO headquarters in Canberra" on 21 October 2010, ASIO Director General David Irvine said that "[h]undreds of potential terrorist attacks on Australian interests are under investigation.... The centre aims to bring together the many streams of intelligence that come into ASIO every hour. Everything from internet chatter to phone intercepts is combed by ASIO in its attempts to stay ahead of the scores of groups and individuals threatening Australia."


Australian Associated Press. "New Zealand Gets First Female Spy Boss." 13 Nov. 2013. []

On 12 November 2013, it was announced that Rebecca Kitteridge has been appointed "director of security at the Security Intelligence Service (SIS).... She will become New Zealand's first female spy boss when Dr [Warren] Tucker retires in April next year."

[Other Countries/NewZealand]

Australian Security Intelligence Organization (ASIO). Report to Parliament 2001-2002. Canberra: 23 Sep. 2002.


Australian Security Intelligence Organisation. "Submission by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation to the Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee inquiry into the performance of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and other relevant agencies of the Commonwealth Government in the assessment and dissemination of threats to the security of Australians in Southeast Asia in the period 11 September 2001 to 12 October 2002." Canberra: 6 Jun. 2003.


Auty, Phyllis, and Richard Clogg, eds. British Policy Towards Wartime Resistance in Yugoslavia and Greece. London: Macmillan,1975.

Constantinides: This work consists of the proceedings of a 1973 conference in London, with a majority of SOE participants. "Fascinating new material on British intelligence and resistance operations, capabilities, and relationships emerges from the proceedings."

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