restricted access   Volume 24, Number 1, Winter-Spring 2004

Table of Contents

From: SAIS Review of International Affairs

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pp. vii-viii

Domestic Perspectives

Intelligence for the Homeland

pp. 1-6

Domestic Intelligence and Civil Liberties

pp. 7-21

It Is Time to Transform, Not Reform, US Intelligence

pp. 23-31

Terrorism, Intelligence, and Organized Crime

Networks of Relationships Case Study: Abu Musab al Zarqawi

pp. 38-40

Untangling the Terror Web: Identifying and Counteracting the Phenomenon of Crossover between Terrorist Groups

pp. 33-48

Transnational Terror and Organized Crime: Blurring the Lines

pp. 49-61

Photo Essay

Mindanao on the Mend

pp. 63-76

Global Intelligence and Foreign Liaisons

Transformation and Intelligence Liaison

pp. 77-89

Interstate and Intrastate Dynamics in Southeast Asia's War on Terror

pp. 91-105

Mexican Intelligence at a Crossroad

pp. 107-130

New Ways to Look at Old Threats

Bioterrorism as a Foreign Policy Issue

pp. 131-146

Historical Uses of Biological Agents as Weapons

pp. 135-137

The Subjectivity of Intelligence Analysis and Implications for the U.S. National Security Strategy

pp. 147-163

Recommended Books

Contributor Picks--Best Books on Intelligence

pp. 165-166


Shock and Awe: Analyzing the war in Iraq

pp. 167-168

The Great Equalizer

pp. 169-172

Intelligence and the Cold War

pp. 173-177

Democracy in Africa: Women Need Not Apply?

pp. 179-182

Corporate Peace?

pp. 183-187


pp. 189-193

Recent Books

Madam Secretary (review)

pp. 195-197

Shrewd Sanctions: Statecraft and State Sponsors of Terrorism (review)

pp. 197-199

The Pattern of Aid Giving: The Impact of Good Governance on Development Assistance (review)

pp. 199-201

Act of Creation: The Founding of the United Nations (review)

pp. 201-203