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1998

Espionage

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Spying For Friends As An Unfriendly Act: Another Review Of The Pollard Case, Editor Nov 1998

Spying For Friends As An Unfriendly Act: Another Review Of The Pollard Case, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some negative consequences of an intelligence analyst from Country A providing classified information to allied Country B in an unauthorized fashion.


Sexual Seduction, Illicit Sex, And Licit Sex: International And National Leaders As Targets Of Intelligence Operations, Editor Sep 1998

Sexual Seduction, Illicit Sex, And Licit Sex: International And National Leaders As Targets Of Intelligence Operations, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the varied consequences that could be achieved by a hostile intelligence service through effecting the sexual seduction of an international or national leader or through exploiting ongoing illicit or licit sex engaged in by that leader.


Trends. Warranted Dogmatism Against The Closed Mind: Preliminary Look At The Intelligence Agency's (Cia) Groat Case, Editor Apr 1998

Trends. Warranted Dogmatism Against The Closed Mind: Preliminary Look At The Intelligence Agency's (Cia) Groat Case, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

In this article, the author analyzes the arrest of former CIA employee, Douglas F. Groat.


The Steady Dating Relationship: A Model For The Intelligence Case Officer-Agent Dyad? Jan 1998

The Steady Dating Relationship: A Model For The Intelligence Case Officer-Agent Dyad?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article advocates that social psychological research on interpersonal relationships varying in intimacy may facilitate the prediction, evaluation, and influence of intelligence case officer-agent dyadic phenomena.