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Tamanaha, Brian Z. "A Critical Review of the Classified Information Procedures Act." American Journal of Criminal Law 13 (Summer 1986): 277-328.

Calder notes that the article discusses the graymail problem and cases involving CIA personnel.


Tamayo, Juan O.

Tamkin, Nicholas. Britain, Turkey and the Soviet Union, 1940-45: Strategy, Diplomacy and Intelligence in the Eastern Mediterranean. Studies in Military and Strategic History. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

From publisher: This work "offers the first comprehensive analysis of Anglo-Turkish relations during the period. It bridges a significant gap in the international history of the 1940s 'between world war and cold war', addressing Turkey's place in British strategy at three key stages in the war effort - in the Balkans in the winter of 1940-41, on the 'Northern Front' in 1941-42, and in the Eastern Mediterranean in 1943."


Tamkin, Nicholas. "Diplomatic Sigint and the British Official Mind during the Second World War: Soviet Claims on Turkey, 1940-45." Intelligence and National Security 23, no. 6 (Dec. 2008): 749-766.

"Decrypts that were of urgent importance to the war effort, or of immediate use to British diplomatists, were assimilated, but material of potential long-term significance was effectively lost because of the organizational limitations of the wartime" Foreign Office.


Tamm, Eric Enno. The Horse That Leaps Through Clouds: A Tale of Espionage, the Silk Road and the Rise of Modern China. Berkeley, CA: Counterpoint, 2011.

According to Peake, Studies 56.1 (Mar. 2012) and Intelligencer 19.2 (Summer-Fall 2012), Imperial Russian Army Col. Carl Gustaf Mannerheim (later Finnish president) was tasked in 1906 with undertaking "a secret, overland mission to China to assess its warmaking capability, while making similar judgments about the other countries encountered en route." The author "decided to make the same trip, retracing, as nearly as possible, the original route.... [T]he basic lessons the book teaches are the difficulties of operating undercover in a hostile environment and the value of firsthand observation when one wants to learn about a country."


Tamnes, Rolf. The United States and the Cold War in the High North. Albershot & Oslo: Dartmouth & Ad Notam, 1991.

Gleditsch, I&NS 7.2, says that this book on the U.S.-Norwegian bilateral security relationship is "professionally written and produced, with extremely detailed notes and a valuable bibliography."

[Liaison; OtherCountries/Norway]

Tampke, Jürgen, ed. "Ruthless Warfare": German Military Planning and Surveillance in the Australia-New Zealand Region before the Great War. Canberra: Southern Highlands, 1998.

Bonnell, Journal of Australian Studies 24.65 (2000), notes that Tampke "presents a collection of unpublished documents, all from the military history division of the German Federal Archives.... The documents are preceded by an introduction which offers a clearly written summary of German activities in the Pacific before the first world war, German naval plans, with special reference to the Australian Station, and the German and Australian historiographical discussions."


Tanaka, Akihiko. "Japan's Security Policy in the 1990s." In Japan's International Agenda, ed. Y. Funabashi, 28-56. New York: New York University Press, 1994.


Tanenhaus, Sam. "Hiss: Guilty as Charged." Commentary 95, no. 4 (Apr. 1993): 32-37.


Tanenhaus, Sam. Whittaker Chambers: A Biography. New York: Random House, 1997.

Tanhan, George K., and Dennis J. Duncanson. "Some Dilemmas of Counterinsurgency." Foreign Affairs 48, no. 1 (Oct. 1969): 113-122.


Tanner, Jari. "Estonian Official Convicted of Treason in Spy Case." Associated Press, 25 Feb. 2009. [http://www.ap.com]

On 25 February 2009, an Estonian court convicted Herman Simm, former head of security at the Estonian Defense Ministry, of having passed "domestic and NATO secrets to Russia" from at least 1995 until his arrest in 2008.


Tanner, Marisa A. "U.S. Psychological Operations in the 1991 Gulf War." Defense Intelligence Journal 12 (2003): 41-65.


Tansill, Charles. Back Door to War: The Roosevelt Foreign Policy, 1933-1941. Chicago: Regnert, 1952.


Taplin, Winn L. "Six General Principles of Intelligence." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 3, no. 4 (Winter 1989): 475-491.

The author presents his "principles" as a starting point for a "broad, and to some extent theoretical, look at the practice of intelligence": (1) intelligence derives from international conflict or rivalry; (2) conduct or use of intelligence involves secrecy; (3) clandestine collection of information is the fundamental activity of intelligence; (4) truth must be the basis for good intelligence; (5) intelligence in a vacuum is of no value; tardy intelligence is of little value; (6) special activities (covert action) must involve native knowledge of the national groups toward which they are directed.


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