Cambone, Stephen. A New Structure for National Security Policy Planning. Washington, DC, 1998.

Stan A. Taylor and David Goldman, "Intelligence Reform: Will More Agencies, Money, and Personnel Help?" Intelligence and National Security 19, no. 3 (Autumn 2004): 432/fn. 12, note that "Cambone makes a case that too many national security agencies" were then "operating without sufficient central direction and proposes a reduction and restructuring." Yet, as Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence, "he now heads a new such entity."


Cameron-Moore, Simon. "Pakistan Changes ISI Chief." Reuters, 30 Sep. 2008. []

On 29 September 2008, Army Chief Gen. Ashfaq Kayani named Lt. Gen. Ahmed Shujaa Pasha, formerly head of military operations, Director-General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), replacing Lt. Gen. Nadeem Taj. Pasha "is expected to overhaul the ISI."


Camp, Dick. Boots on the Ground: The Fight to Liberate Afghanistan from Al-Qaeda and the Taliban 2001–2002. Minneapolis, MN: Zenith, 2011.

Peake, Studies 57.2 (Jun. 2013), finds that the author "tells an important story well and adds essential perspective to the current situation in Afghanistan."


Camp, Dick. Shadow Warriors: The Untold Stories of American Special Operations During World War II. Minneapolis, MN: Zenith, 2013.

Booher, Proceedings 140.1 (Jan. 2014), notes that the author has selected "some well known and a few unfamiliar scenarios, which hr c;early and descriptively illuminates." This "is a finely woven historical tome."


Campbell, Anthony. "Bedmates or Sparring Partners? Canadian Perspectives on the Media-Intelligence Relationship in 'The New Propaganda Age.'" In Spinning Intelligence: Why Intelligence Needs the Media, Why the Media Needs Intelligence, eds. Robert Dover and Michael S. Goodman, 165-183. New York: Columbia University Press, 2009.


Campbell, Anthony. "Canada-United States Intelligence Relations and 'Information Sovereignty.'" In Canada Among Nations 2003: Coping with the American Colossus, eds. David Carment, Fen Osler Hampson, and Norman Hillmer, 156-179. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.

[Canada/PostCW; Liaison]

Campbell, Arthur. Guerrillas: A History and Analysis. New York: John Day, 1968.


Campbell, Dan. "FBI Celebrates Centennial with Web Site." Government Computer News, 7 Apr. 2008. []

The FBI "has updated its Web site with pages devoted to its first 100 years of existence. The Web site covers the 'Bureau of Investigation's' history since its inception..., and includes a section that details each of the bureau's directors through the years.... The site also includes a 'Hall of Honor' dedicated to the FBI agents that have been killed in the line of duty, as well as a detailed history of the bureau's seal." See


Campbell, Duncan. "Hiding from the Spies in the Sky." The Guardian, 4 Jun. 1998. []

Over five years ago, retired CIA analyst Allen Thomson "wrote a detailed study showing how the US strategy of depending on a few, expensive satellites for reconnaissance was flawed.... Thomson warned that 'the presumption that reconnaissance satellites can operate covertly is obsolete'.... 'Tracking US reconnaissance satellites can provide valuable support to a hostile country's concealment and deception programmes,' says Thomson, echoing his words of five years ago." The Indian nuclear tests have "spectacularly vindicated" his warning.

[CIA/90s/98/IndianNukes; Recon/Sats]

Campbell, Duncan, and Linda Melvern. "America's Big Ear on Europe." New Statesman, 18 Jul. 1980, 10-14.

Petersen: "Critical of U.S. policy."


Campbell, Helen J. Confederate Courier. New York: St. Martin's 1964.

Petersen: "Booth conspiracy and trial of John Surratt."


Campbell, James B. Introduction to Remote Sensing. New York: Guilford, 1987.


[Campbell, John.] "Speech by John Campbell, Lt Gen USAF (Ret,), Associate DCI for Military Support, CIRA Meeting -- October 2, 2003." CIRA Newsletter 28, no. 4 (Winter 2003): 3-10.

This is a more interesting speech than most of its kind, and includes the Q&As after the speech. General Campbell said, among other things, that "[a] lot of lessons were learned in Afghanistan on how we [the CIA and DoD] can work together, the kinds of teams we can put together, the relationships in the field. We took all those to the bank in Iraq. We did a lot of preplanning in Iraq to try to figure out the right kinds of relationships."


Campbell, John P.

Campbell, Kenneth - A-L

Campbell, Kenneth - M-Z

Campbell, Kurt M., and Michèle A. Flournoy, prin. authors. To Prevail: An American Strategy for the Campaign Against Terrorism. Washington, DC: Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2001.

Bergen, FA 81.2 (Mar.-Apr. 2002), says that this work "presents a series of policy recommendations that, although they may make the book less engaging, should be of considerable interest to policymakers."


Campbell, Kurt M., ed. Climatic Cataclysm: The Foreign Policy and National Security Implications of Climate Change. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2008.

Aranda, Air & Space Power Journal 25.1 (Spring 2011), finds the strength of this anthology "in the authors' sound geopolitical analysis of the impact of potential climate change. However, they offer little in terms of analyzing the cause. Although climate scientists deem the scenarios [that are presented] plausible, they suggest no way of evaluating their likelihood." Nonetheless, this is "an imaginative and worthwhile examination of what could become the greatest threat to our nation's security."


Campbell, Matthew. "French War Chest May Have Gone on 'Dancing Girls.'" Sunday Times (London), 12 Nov. 2006. []

On 11 November 2006, French intelligence chiefs were facing "embarrassment after it emerged that £18m from a secret emergency war chest had gone missing and that some of it may have been spent on what one spymaster called 'dancing girls'.... The money was part of a fund established secretly" after the World War II. "It was maintained during the cold war to finance a French state in exile if the country were ever invaded by the Soviets." According to Le Parisien, "the money was controlled by a handful of agents. No records were kept and details of bank accounts around the world were passed to successors only by word of mouth."


Campbell, Matthew. "Reborn CIA Dusts off Cloak and Dagger." Sunday Times (London), 14 Mar. 1999. []

"After years of bemoaning their absence of purpose in a post-Soviet world, the CIA's agents have found a friend in [DCI George] Tenet.... Because of his appreciation of traditional methods of spying, he has developed a warm relationship with them.... In a move that has raised eyebrows among some critics..., Tenet has been quietly resurrecting the so-called Directorate of Operations, the clandestine branch responsible for espionage and covert operations around the world."

[CIA/90s/99/Gen; CIA/C&C/DO; CIA/DCIs/Tenet]

Campbell, Rodney. The Luciano Project: The Secret Wartime Collaboration of the Mafia and the U.S. Navy. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1977.

According to Pforzheimer, this book is "based on the official 1954 report of the New York State Commissioner of Investigation,... kept secret until 1976 when it was used as the basis of this accurate book." Constantinides says "Campbell does a fine piece of work in tracing events connected with this cooperative arrangement." However, he does not answer the question of what intelligence was actually produced. Bates, NIPQ 9.3, notes that Campbell "accuses ONI of a vicious campaign of denial and disinformation about the Luciano Project.... Nonetheless, the story is a good one, and convincing."


Campbell, Stephen H. "A Survey of the U.S. Market for Intelligence Education." International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence 24, no. 2 (Summer 2011): 307-337.

The focus here is on "the education of prospective or practicing intelligence professionals and users of intelligence within the U.S. government."


Campen, Alan D.

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