Conscious Action and Intelligence Failure
Uri Bar-Joseph and Jack S. Levy look at the different ways in which the conscious distortion of information and the politicization of intelligence can lead to intelligence failure. They apply their categories to the Soviet failure to anticipate the German attack in 1941 and to the Israeli failure to anticipate the Arab attack in 1973.
Strategic Warning Intelligence: History, Challenges, and Prospects, John A. Gentry and Joseph S. Gordon Reviewed by Uri Bar-Joseph
The War Puzzle Revisited, John A. Vasquez Reviewed by Jack S. Levy
The New Wars, Herfried Münkler Reviewed by Jack S. Levy
Regions of War and Peace, Douglas Lemke Reviewed by Jack S. Levy
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