Intelligence Warfare; Penetrating the Secret World of Today's Advanced Technology Conflict

New York: Crescent Books, 1987. Revised Edition [stated]. First printing [stated]. Hardcover. 31 cm. 224 pages. Illustrations (more than 300 photographs, most in full color, over 80 maps, diagrams, charts, and tables). Index. Among the contributors are: Ray S. Cline, Richard Friedman, David Baker, and David Miller. This book helps in understanding the intelligence machine and the role it played in protecting free societies of the world in the 1980s and shows how to cope with the endemic strategic conflicts of this era. The contents include: 1. What is intelligence? -- 2. The world's intelligence organizations --3. The worldwide intelligence exchange --4. Espionage and counter-espionage --5. Intelligence and the electronic battlefield --6. Intelligence and the war in space --7. Intelligence and the war in the air --8. Intelligence and the war on land --9. Intelligence and the war at sea --10. The importance of coping with intelligence, 11. The intelligence war in the 1980s. This book, in its new revised edition, includes the then very latest insights into the inner working of the world's most powerful intelligence organizations, including the Soviet GURU and the CIA. It also deals in detail with some of the most remarkable intelligence revelations of the 1980s, indclulding the "Irangate" affair in the United States, and the storm of controversy created by Peter Wright's biography Spycatcher. Condition: Very good / Very good.

Keywords: Espionage, Spying, Electronic Warfare, CIA, KGB, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, Satellites, Cryptology, Cosmos Program, GURU

ISBN: 0517644789

[Book #79231]

Price: $50.00

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