In this Issue
- Volume 28, Number 1, Winter-Spring 2008
- Special Issue: Spies
Formerly SAIS Review, through volume 23, no. 2, Summer-Fall 2003 (E-ISSN: 1088-3142, Print ISSN: 0036-0775).
The SAIS Review is dedicated to advancing the debate on leading contemporary issues of world affairs. The SAIS Review publishes essays that straddle the boundary between scholarly inquiry and practical experience in its search to bring a fresh and policy-focused perspective to global political, economic, and security questions. Contributors have a wide range of backgrounds, and include distinguished academics, policy analysts, leading journalists, parliamentarians, and senior officials from both government and non-governmental organizations. A book review section is featured in every issue.
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Table of Contents
- Of Note: Mirror-Imaging and Its Dangers
- pp. 89-90
- Of Note: Intelligent Reform?
- pp. 139-140
- A Journalist's View: The New Spies
- pp. 147-156
- View from the Top: Interview: John O. Brennan
- pp. 157-158
- Photo Essay: A Burmese Holiday
- pp. 173-181
- Ending the Targeting Drill
- pp. 183-186
- The Eighteenth-Century Hockey Stick
- pp. 187-189
- The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Diplomats
- pp. 191-193
- A Review of Recent Intelligence Literature
- pp. 195-198
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- pp. 3-4
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