Johnson, a career CIA intelligence officer, presents the nuts and bolts of the business of counterintelligence. Although written during the late Cold War, this book continues to be useful for intelligence professionals, scholars, and students because the basic principles of CI are largely timeless. General readers will enjoy the lively narrative and detailed descriptions of tradecraft that reveal the real world of intelligence and espionage. A new foreward by William Hood provides a contemporary perspective on this valuable book.
|Paperback Book, 222 pages||English|
|Georgetown University Press (Jan. 10th, 2009)||Unknown|
|9781589012554||5.40 x 8.30 x 0.70 inches|