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Scahill, Jeremy (The Nation).

Scali, John. "I Was the Secret Go-Between in the Cuban Crisis." Family Weekly, 25 Oct. 1964, 4-5, 12-14.


Scalingi, Paula L. "Intelligence Community Cooperation: The Arms Control Model." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 5, no. 4 (Winter 1991-1992): 401-410.


Scalingi, Paula L. "Proliferation and Arms Control." Intelligence and National Security 10, no. 4 (Oct. 1995): 149-161.

"Because policy drives intelligence requirements, analysts whose 'accounts' focus on the proliferation threat or arms control support are facing an increasing array of challenges [footnote omitted] -- at a time when many countries are cutting defense and intelligence resources due to budgetary constraints."


Scanlon, Charles F. [MAJGEN/USA] "A Strategy to Maximize Military Human Intelligence." American Intelligence Journal 14, no. 1 (Autumn-Winter 1993-1994): 9-13.

[MI/Humint; Reform/90s/Mil][c]

Scanlon, Charles F. [MAJGEN/USA] "United States Army Intelligence and Security Command." Military Intelligence 18, no. 2 (Apr.-Jun. 1992): 6-9.

Commanding General/INSCOM.


Scannell, James.

1. "Captain Herman Goertz: Activities of a German Secret Agent During WW2 in Ireland." [Precis of a talk given on 10 Aug. 2004 at meeting of the Genealogical Society of Ireland] Genealogical Society of Ireland 5, no. 4 (Winter 2004): 207-217.

Parachuted into Ireland in May 1940, Goertz was arrested in November 1941 and interned through the remainder of the war. Facing deportation, he committed suicide in May 1947.

2. "German Espionage in South County Dublin." Dublin Historical Record 55 (2002): 88-101.

[WWII/Eur/Germany; OtherCountries/Ireland/WWII]

Scarborough, Rowan (Washington Times).

Scarborough, Ruth. Belle Boyd: Siren of the South. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1983. [Petersen]


Schachte, W.L., Jr. "NISCOM Counterintelligence Strategy for the 1990s." American Intelligence Journal 10, no. 2 (1989): 43-45.

NISCOM Commander.

[MI/CI & Navy/Postwar]

Schack, Howard H., with H. Paul Jeffers. A Spy in Canaan: My Life as a Jewish-American Businessman Spying for Israel in Arab Lands. New York: Birch Lane Press, 1993.

Schaeper, Thomas. Edward Bancroft: Scientist, Author, Spy. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2011.

Ehrman, Studies 55.4 (Dec. 2011), says that "[o]ne of the strongest parts of the book is Schaeper's exploration of Bancroft’s motives for spying." He concludes that Bancroft saw himself as a British subject and, therefore, "when the British government asked for his help, he gave it willingly. In Schaeper's account, Bancroft was a spy, but not a traitor.... [Footnote omitted] Schaeper tells a good story about politics, diplomacy, and espionage, and leaves his readers with much to think about."


Schafranek, Hans. "Die Anfänge der Operation Pickaxe 1941/42: Sowjetische Funk- und Fallschirmagenten unter der Patronanz des britischen Geheimdienstes SOE." Journal for Intelligence, Propaganda and Security Studies 2, no. 1 (2008): 7-22. [Capet]


Schake, Kori, and Bruce Berkowitz. "National Security: A Better Approach." Hoover Digest 4 (Fall 2005). []

"The United States lacks the organization required for effective national security. We need a structure that enables the president to implement the policies he has been elected to carry out. We also need a process that allows the government to focus all its resources on a strategic objective, no matter where in the executive branch those resources reside.... Until we create presidential directors with command authority to produce results, the nation will lack the means needed for effective security."

[GenPostwar/NatSec/00s; Reform/05]

Schaller, Michael. Altered States: The United States and Japan Since the Occupation. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997.

Oros, IJI&C 15.1, says that this work provides "a provocative recent analysis of the deep relationship between Japan's political leaders and the [U.S.] intelligence community."


Schaller, Michael. The American Occupation of Japan: The Origins of the Cold War in Asia. New York: Oxford University Press, 1985. 1987. [pb]

From publisher: The author "traces the origins of the Cold War in Asia to the postwar occupation of Japan by U.S. troops..... Cut off from its former trading partners, which were now all Communist-controlled, Japan, with U.S. backing, turned its attention to the rich but unstable Southeast Asian states. The stage was thus set for U.S. intervention in China, Korea, and Vietnam."

[GenPostwar/ColdWar; Japan/Postwar]

Schanzer, Steven T. "INTELINK: An Information Strategy." American Intelligence Journal 15, no. 2 (Autumn-Winter 1994): 37-41.

The effort to develop an information strategy began with the creation of the Intelligence Systems Board (ISB), which spanned both DoD and non-DoD organizations and was responsible for resolving interoperability issues within the intelligence community. The Board is supported by a "full-time action arm": the Intelligence Systems Secretariat (ISS). The ISS has established an Information Management Policy Working Group (IMPWG) comprised of senior technical representatives from intelligence organizations. The testbed architectural framework developed was INTELINK, designed to be "a worldwide intelligence information service." Early tests were successful, and follow-on issues are being addressed.


Schaub, Harry Carl. "General Lahousen and the Abwehr Resistance." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 19, no. 3 (Fall 2006): 538-558.

Reviews the career of Gen. Erwin von Lahousen, "one of Canaris's principal aides" and the head of "Abwehr Department II (Sabotage and Subversion)" until Summer 1943 when he took command of a regiment on the Eastern Front. Lahousen "was the first witness for the prosecution at the Nuremberg Trial of Major War Criminals ... as the sole survivor of the members of the Abwehr resistance."

[WWII/Eur/Ger/Canaris & Resistance]

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