Hoagland, Jim. "How CIA's Secret War on Sadaam Collapsed." Washington Post, 26 Jun. 1997, A21, A28-29.
Hoagland, Jim. "Return of an Old Kremlin Survivor." Washington Post National Weekly Edition, 22-28 Jan. 1996, 29.
Op-ed piece comparing President Yeltsin's 9 January 1996 naming of "spymaster" Yevgeny Primakov as Russian foreign minister to Gorbachev's similar action in 1991. Primakov, who had run the Russian foreign intelligence agency since late 1991, has "displayed a constant and deep distrust of U.S. motives in foreign affairs."
Hoare, Geoffrey. The Missing Macleans. New York: Viking, 1955. London: Cassell, 1955. [Chambers]
Hoare, Oliver, ed. Enigma: Code-breaking and the Second World War: The True Story through Contemporary Documents. Richmond: Public Record Office, 2002.
Hoare, Oliver, ed. "Special Issue on British Intelligence in the Twentieth Century: A Missing Dimension?" Intelligence and National Security 17, no. 1 (Spring 2002): Entire issue.
"This special issue contains the papers given at a two-day research conference held at the [P]ublic Record Office (PRO), The National Archive [italics in original], 29-30 June 2001. The conference ... was designed to investigate the impact of recent open government initiatives ... on the study of intelligence, together with the wider reverberations of intelligence upon military, diplomatic and international history." Oliver Hoare, "Introduction," 1. Click for Table of Contents.
Hobar, Basil J. "Ardennes 1944: Intelligence Failure or Deception Success?" Military Intelligence 10, no. 4 (Oct.-Dec. 1984): 8-16.
Hobart, Paul Milton [pseud.]. "Domestic Intelligence: Functions and Forms." American Intelligence Journal 26, no. 1 (Summer 2008): 8-17.
"Our policy and procedural base (and the legal foundation for our action) lags the progress we have made in sensory and analytic capabilities. Moreover, current policies do not take into account the growing interaction and collaboration between the national intelligence, security, and law enforcement elements and emergency response structure of the Federal government (including the U.S. military), and emerging cooperation and exchange of information among federal and state, tribal, local, major city and private sector authorities."
Hobman, D.L. Cromwell's Master Spy: A Study of John Thurloe. London: Chapman & Hall, 1961.
Constantinides: The author "conveys the story of Thurloe's intelligence and security activities on behalf of Cromwell and his regime and describes his work as the oraganizer and brain of the widespread espionage system without which, some experts contend, Cromwell would not have survived.... The book could have used an index." See also, Aubrey, Mr. Secretary Thurloe (1990).
Hobson, James L., Jr. [MAJGEN/USAF (Ret.)] "Operation Urgent Fury: The Invasion of Grenada, October 25, 1983." Air Commando Journal 1, no. 3 (Spring 2012): 27-32. [http://www.aircommando.org]
The author reviews the planning for, execution of, and lessons learned from Operation Urgent Fury.
Hocking, Jenny. Beyond Terrorism: The Development of the Australian Security State. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1993.
Hockstader, Lee. "Could a Dead Israeli Spy Influence the Talks?" Washington Post, 4 Jan. 2000, A11. [http://www.washingtonpost.com]
The writer reports speculation by Israeli analysts that Syria "could have a dramatic effect" on Israeli public opinion concerning the ongoing negotiations between Israel and Syria by returning Cohen's remains to Israel.
Hockstader, Lee. "The Mossad Looks for a Few Good Spies." Washington Post National Weekly Edition, 14 Aug. 2000, 15.
In the past, the Mossad "has done its recruiting via the old boys' network." However, times have changed, and the agency has begun "advertising job vacancies in Israel's biggest newspapers as well as on the prime minister's office Web site."
Hockstader, Lee. "In Word Only, Israeli Spy Resurfaces: Published Testimony Recalls Furor Over 1986 Nuclear Case." Washington Post, 25 Nov. 1999, A30. [http://www. washingtonpost.com]
Tried in secret and sentenced to 18 years in prison, Mordechai Vanunu "has long been kept in solitary confinement and barred from giving interviews and making phone calls.... So when the newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth published 11 pages of previously undisclosed court testimony and articles based on Vanunu's 1987 trial [on 24 November 1999], the impact here was sensational, even if the material was somewhat threadbare." See also, Deborah Sontag, "Israel Eases Secrecy Over Nuclear Whistle-Blower's Trial," New York Times, 25 Nov. 1999.
Hockstader, Lee. "Jordanians Arrest 13 Suspected of Planning Attacks on Americans: Afghan-Trained Arabs Are Linked to Bin Laden." Washington Post, 16 Dec. 1999, A30. [http://www.washingtonpost.com]
Jordanian Prime Minister Abdul-Raouf Rawabdeh announced on 15 December 1999 that his country's security forces had arrested "11 Jordanians, an Iraqi and an Algerian returning from Afghanistan who planned 'to carry out operations in the Jordanian arena.'" U.S. officials said the group was planning to attack American and other targets in Jordan.
Hochstader, Lee. "Russia Threatens to Expel Britons on Spy Charges." Washington Post, 8 May 1996, A30.
Hockstader, Lee. "U.S. Role as Mideast Mediator Fades to a Whisper." Washington Post, 7 Aug. 2001, A1. [http://www.washingtonpost.com]
"As referee and mediator of the weekly meetings of Israeli and Palestinian security czars, the CIA station chief in Tel Aviv is a careful planner and a gracious host.... But ... he ... has lately been unable to coax the two sides toward a cordial entente. Some of the sessions have degenerated into shouting matches..., according to interviews with participants and Israeli media reports.... The rapid souring of the security meetings ... reflects the shrinking role of American diplomacy in the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict."
Hodges, Andrew. "Alan Turing." In Cambridge Scientific Minds, eds. Peter Harman and Simon Mitton, 253-268 Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Hodges, Andrew. Alan Turing: The Enigma of Intelligence. London: Simon & Schuster, 1987. Alan Turing: The Enigma. London: Vintage, 1992.
According to Surveillant 2.4, the 1992 edition has a new introduction by the author as a tie-in to the BBC documentary of his book. The book provides an "incisive examination of the brilliant scientist who broke 'Enigma.'" Sexton calls this an "exhaustively researched and insightful biography."
See, Edward E. Thomas, "A Sidelong Glance at Alan Turing," in In the Name of Intelligence: Essays in Honor of Walter Pforzheimer, eds. Hayden B. Peake and Samuel Halpern, 461-469 (Washington, DC: NIBC Press, 1994). See also, Christof Teuscher, ed., Alan Turing: Life and Legacy of a Great Thinker (New York: Springer-Verlag, 2004).
Andrew Hodges maintains a substantial Website dedicated to Alan Turing: http://www.turing.org.uk/turing/. Included on Hodges' site is the text and an analysis of "Turing's Treatise on the Enigma," declassified in 1996. The text is at: http://cryptocellar.org/Turing/. The analysis is at: http://www.turing.org.uk/publications/profsbook.html.
Hodgson, Lynn-Philip. Inside-Camp X. Toronto: Blake Books, 1999.
This SOE training base on the Canadian side of Lake Ontario was used by the British in providing some initial training for OSS secret operatives. Hodgson maintains a Website devoted to Camp X, at http://webhome.idirect.com/~lhodgson/campx.htm. Vintage photographs and excerpts from the book are included. See also, David Stafford, Camp X (1986).
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