Boak, David G. "The Evolution of Signals Security as a Counterintelligence Discipline." Intelligencer 15, no. 3 (Summer/Fall 2007): 53-59.
Boatman, John. "USA Planned Stealth UAV to Replace SR-71." Jane's Defence Weekly, 17 Dec. 1994, 1, 3.
Bobbitt, Philip. Terror and Consent: The Wars for the Twenty-First Century. New York: Knopf, 2008.
Peake, Studies 52.4 (Dec. 2008) and Intelligencer 17.1 (Winter-Spring 2009), comments that this book "deals head-on" with what the author "sees as the new terrorism of the 21st century and what must be done to keep it from succeeding. It is not light reading, but it is very much worth the effort."
Bocca, Geoffrey. The Secret Army. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1968.
Wilcox: "Account of the French secret army in Algeria after World War II."
Bock, Joseph G., and Duncan L. Clarke. "The National Security Assistant and the White House Staff: National Security Policy Decisionmaking and Domestic Political Considerations, 1947-84." Presidential Studies Quarterly 16 (Spring 1986).
Bock, P.G. "Transnational Corporations and Private Foreign Policy: ITT in Chile." Society 11 (Jan. 1974): 44-49. [Petersen]
Bodansky, Yossef. Bin Laden: The Man Who Declared War on America. Rosewood, CA: Forum, 1999. New York: Forum, 2001. [pb]
Clark comment: The author is Director of the Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare. According to Powers, NYRB, 17 Jan. 2002, Bodansky "reports in great detail the outward facts of bin Laden's progress from a builder of hospitals and military barracks in Afghanistan to the world's most wanted terrorist." Nevertheless, we learn "little about bin Laden's character, the people who shaped his thinking, how he came to embrace terrorism and build links with extreme Islamicist groups throughout the world." Chapman, IJI&C 15.4, finds this work "immensely thought-provoking" and "illuminating."
Bodenheimer, David Z. "Technology for Border Protection: Homeland Security Funding and Priorities." Intelligencer 14, no. 1 (Winter/Spring 2004): 83-90.
"For border security, technology is the future, and the future is now." The defining factors for the types of technologies most in demand for border security "include interoperability, off-the-shelf availability, adaptability, force-multiplier capability, and legislative requirements."
Bodine, Barbara B. "U.S. Efforts to Combat International Terrorism." U.S. Department of State Dispatch, 15 Aug. 1994, 558-559.
Statement by State Department's Coordinator for Counterterrorism before the Subcommittee on International Security, International Organizations, and Human Rights of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Washington, DC, 1 August 1994.
Bodnar, John W. Warning Analysis for the Information Age: Rethinking the Intelligence Process. Washington, DC: Joint Military Intelligence College, 2003.
According to Peake, Studies 51.2 (2007), the author's "central theme is that in today's complex, multipolar world, we require multidimensional analysis (MDA) applied by data-mining computer programs that, he seems to suggest, have yet to be written.... Few will disagree with Dr. Bodnar's premises concerning analysis in the Web-based world[;] some may even argue that we are not so far from reaching the goal" as he seems to suggest.
[Analysis/Critiques & Warning]
Bodson, Herman. Agent for the Resistance: A Belgian Saboteur in World War II. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 1994.
Surveillant 3.6: "The transformation of a pacifist student into an explosives expert in the Belgian underground forms the thread of this harrowing account."
Boehm, Edward. Behind Enemy Lines: WWII Allied/Axis Propaganda. Secaucus, NJ: Wellfleet Press, 1989.
This extensively illustrated (coffee-table) book -- drawn from the author's personal collection -- covers only the European theater but provides examples of both Allied and Axis propaganda.
Boehm, Roy, and Charles W. Sasser. First Seal. New York: Atria, 1997.
It is difficult to verify all the exploits displayed in this book. However, David Del Giudice [CAPT/USN (Ret.)], "Setting the Record Straight," U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, 137, no. 2 (Feb. 2011): 60-64, vehemently rejects Boehm's claims to having created the SEALs and been the commanding officer of the first SEAL team. He says: "These claims are demonstrably false," and then provides a brief history of the establishment of the SEALs.
Boettcher, Robert B., and G.L. Freedman. Gifts of Deceit: Sun Myung Moon, Tongsun Park and the Korean Scandal. New York: Holt, 1980.
Wilcox: "Korean CIA agent buys influence in US."
Bogart, Leo. Premises for Propaganda: The United States Information Agency's Operating Assumptions in the Cold War. New York: Free Press, 1976.
Boggs, James. "The CIA: Can We Afford to Retire Its Colors?" American Sentinel 2, no. 13 (28 Mar. 1993): 6.
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