Teplitz, Robert F. "Taking Assassination Attempts Seriously: Did the United States Violate International Law in Forcefully Responding to the Iraqi Plot to Kill George Bush?" Cornell International Law Journal 28 (Spring 1995): 569-617. [Calder]
Terchek, Ronald J. "Strategic Intelligence and the Formulation of Public Policy." In Interaction, Foreign Policy and Public Policy, ed. Frank B. Feigert, 70-93. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1983. [Marlatt]
Terisi, Stephen R. [SN/USN] "Submarine Reconnaissance: The Dawning of a New Age in Intelligence." Naval Intelligence Professionals Quarterly 19, no. 4 (Dec. 2003): 40-41.
"In the early days of World War II, reconnaissance became a primary mission for the U.S. submarine force.... Periscope photography was investigated [earlier], but its effectiveness as an intelligence collection tool did not come about until late 1943.... Submarines proved to be the intelligence-gathering force that allowed Japanese fleet movements to be tracked and reported."
Terriff, Terry, et al. Security Studies Today. New York: Polity, 1999.
Nelson, Choice, Sep. 2000, finds that the authors of this "straightforward, useful book ... deftly identif[y] key arguments and assumptions" in the field of security studies.... On the whole, this is a balanced and worthy introductory text."
Terry, Nicholas. "Conflicting Signals: British Intelligence on the 'Final Solution' through Radio Intercepts and Other Sources, 19411942." Yad Vashem Studies 32 (2004): 351-396.
Terry, Thomas M. "Administrative Law -- Passports May Not Be Revoked for National Security and Foreign Policy Reasons without Congressional Authorization (Agee v. Muskie)." Notre Dame Lawyer 56 (Feb. 1981): 508-514.
Teuscher, Christof, ed. Alan Turing: Life anf Legacy of a Great Thinker. New York: Springer-Verlag, 2004.
According to Kruh, Cryptologia 29.1 (Jan. 2005), this collection of 21 essays comes out of a 2002 conference pegged to what would have been Turing's 90th birthday. "[T]he distinguished contributors have expertise in such diverse fields as artificial intelligence, natural computing, mathematics, physics, cryptography, cognitive studies, philosophy, and anthropology."
Teveth, Shabtai. Ben-Gurion's Spy: The Story of the Political Scandal that Shaped Modern Israel. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996.
For Cohen, FA 75.5 (Sep.-Oct. 1996), "Teveth pushes some of his conclusions a bit further than the evidence may warrant ... but he tells the story with skill." This is an "authoritative" and "powerful rendering of how clever politicians can conduct amazingly stupid and destructive secret policies."
Texas International Law Journal. "Passports -- Regulation Allowing Revocation of Passports for National Security or Foreign Policy Reasons Held Invalid. Agee v. Muskie, 629 F.2d 80." 16 (Winter 1981): 141-149.
Thackrah, John Richard. Encyclopedia of Terrorism and Political Violence. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1987. 2d ed. Dictionary of Terrorism. London and New York, Routledge, 2004.
Regarding the second edition, the publisher states: "This revised and updated second edition of a major reference work in the area contains definitions and descriptions of all aspects of terrorism and political violence."
Thamm, Gerhardt. "Clandestine Spirit of '76." Intelligencer 10, no. 3 (Dec. 1999): 18-21.
This review of the many facets of intelligence practiced by America's "first foreign intelligence directorate, the ... Committee of Secret Correspondence," is well worth a read.
1. "It Was All About ALFA." Naval Intelligence Professionals Quarterly 18, no. 4 (Oct. 2002): 9-12.
The author discusses the years-long effort by Naval Intelligence Support Center (NISC) analysts (aided by CIA analysts) to piece together the enigma of the Soviet ALFA class SSN -- and to get that analysis accepted.
2. "Unraveling a Cold War Mystery -- The ALFA SSN: Challenging Paradigms, Finding New Truths, 1969-79." Studies in Intelligence 52, no. 3 (Sep. 2008): 17-24. [Originally published in a classified Studies in Intelligence 37, no. 3 (Fall 1993). Declassified "with slight redactions in 2007.] "The ALFA SSN: Challenging Paradigms, Finding New Truths, 1969-79." Naval Intelligence Professionals Quarterly 25, no. 1 (Jan. 2009): 21-25.
The author describes the long road to acceptance that the Soviets had broken the mold with their ALFA class submarine.
Thamm, Gerhardt B. The Making of a Spy: Memoir of a German Boy Soldier Turned American Army Intelligence Agent. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2010.
Peake, Studies 54.3 (Sep. 2010) and Intelligencer 18.1 (Fall-Winter 2010), notes that the author served for 2 years with the CIC in postwar Germany. The book's strength "lies in his descriptions of the training, tradecraft, and agent-control techniques he developed in the field."
Thayer, Russell. "Dirigible Balloons for War Purposes." Journal of the Military Service Institution of the United States 7 (1886): 177-194.
Calder identifies this as "one of the earliest known technical discussions of the role of balloons in warfare."
Theobold, Robert A. [RADM/USN (Ret.)] The Final Secret of Pearl Harbor: The Washington Contribution to the Japanese Attack. New York: Devin-Adair, 1954.
Nautical Brass Bibliography, http://members.aol.com/nbrass/biblio.htm, notes that the author "was Commander, Destroyers, Battle Force during the Pearl Harbor attack.... Theobald's thesis is that President Roosevelt and others in the White House deliberately withheld warnings of the impending attack."
Theodorou, Jerry. "Political Risk Reconsidered." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 6, no. 2 (Summer 1993): 147-171.
Definition: "[P]olitical risk analysis [is] an assessment of prospects for unanticipated changes in the disposition of business enterprise abroad arising from politically-induced or politically-related sources."
Theurmer, Angus MacLean. "My Stasi File: Tattered Cloak, Not Much Dagger." Christian Science Monitor, 13 Jul. 1998, 11.
See T. Rees Shapiro, "Angus Thuermer dies at 92; former journalist, CIA official," Washington Post, 9 May 2010, C8.
The author was CIA chief of base in West Berlin from 1975 to 1978. He wrote to the West German office in charge of old East German intelligence documents, and received his Stasi file -- 18 pages of tailing reports. He was still waiting for his FBI file.
Thigpen, Jerry L. [COL/USAF (Ret.)] The Praetorian STARShip: The Untold Story of Combat Talon. Maxwell Air Force Base, AL: Air University Press, 2001.
The Combat Talon, "[f]irst modified and sent to Southeast Asia (SEA) in 1966," is described by Maj. Gen. USAF (Ret.) James L. Hobson, Jr. as "the most versitile C-130 ever produced" and "the weapons system of choice for long-range, clandestine operations." ("Foreword," p. xv)
Thirsk, James. Bletchley Park: An Inmate's Story. Bromley, UK: Galago, 2008.
The author worked as a traffic analyst attached to Hut 6 from the spring of 1942 until the end of the war. For Christensen, Cryptologia 34.1 (Jan. 2010), the book "is a bit disappointing" and "provides little that is new." Although he has some "new tales of life at Bletchley Park," the author "does not do as well when he writes about things that he did not expeience or people whom he did not meet."
Thirsk, James W. "Traffic Analysis: A Log-Reader's Tale." In Action This Day: Bletchley Park from the Breaking of the Enigma Code to the Birth of the Modern Computer, eds. Ralph Erskine and Michael Smith, 264-277, 496. London and New York: Bantam, 2001.
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