Espionage: Past, Present, Future?

Wark, Wesley K., ed. "Special Issue on Espionage: Past, Present, Future?" Intelligence and National Security 8, no. 3 (Jul. 1993): entire issue.


1. Wesley K. Wark, "Introduction: The Study of Espionage: Past, Present, Future?" pp. 1-13.

2. Michael G. Fry and Miles Hochstein, "Epistemic Communities: Intelligence Studies and International Relations," pp. 14-28.

3. James Der Derian, "Anti-Diplomacy, Intelligence Theory and Surveillance Practice," pp. 29-51.

4. Christopher Andrew, "KGB Foreign Intelligence from Brezhnev to the Coup," pp. 52-67.

5. Oleg Gordievsky, "The KGB After the Coup," pp. 68-71.

6. Timothy J. Naftali, "Intrepid's Last Deception: Documenting the Career of Sir William Stephenson," 72-99.

7. Donald Avery, "Allied Scientific Co-operation and Soviet Espionage in Canada, 1941-1945," pp. 100-128.

8. Gregory S. Kealey, "The Early Years of State Surveillance of Labour and Left in Canada: The Institutional Framework of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Security and Intelligence Apparatus, 1918-26," pp. 129-148.

9. Larry Hannant, "Access to the Inside: An Assessment of 'Canada's Security Service: A History,'" pp. 149-159.

This issue of Intelligence and National Security was also published in book form: See Wesley K. Wark, ed., Espionage: Past, Present, Future? Studies in Intelligence series (London: Frank Cass, 1994).

Surveillant 3.6 notes that these are essays "from an international conference held at the University of Toronto devoted to the contemporary state of intelligence studies." The diversity of the articles "provides an indication of the richness of the field."

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