327.1273 O524
To catch a spy : the art of counterintelligence. --
Imp / Ed.:
Washington, DC, Estados Unidos : Georgetown University Press, c2019.
xiv, 232 p. ; 24 cm.
Acknowledgments. -- Introduction. -- 1. China. -- 2. Russia. -- 3. Cuba. -- 4. The Ten Commandments of counterintelligence. -- 5. Workplace counterintelligence. -- 6. Double-agent operation. -- 8. Counterintelligence case studies. -- Clayton Lonetree. -- Sharon Scranage. -- Clyde Lee Conrad. -- Earl Edwin Pitts. -- Chi Mak. -- Ana Montes. -- Richard Miller. -- Harold James Nicholson. -- Glenn Michael Souther. -- Jonathan Pollard. -- Edward Lee Howard. -- Larry Wu-Tai Chin. -- Conclusion. -- Appendix: The Counterintelligence Officer's Bookshelf. -- Notes. -- Index. -- About the author. --
Tomado de la solapa: "The United States is losing the counterintelligence war. Foreign intelligence services, particularly those of China, Russia, and Cuba, are recruiting spies in our midst and stealing our secrets and cutting-edge technologies. In To Catch a Spy: The Art of Counterintelligence, James M. Olson, former chief of CIA counterintelligence, offers a wake-up call for the American public and also a guide for how our country can do a better job of protecting its national security and trade secrets. Olson takes the reader into the arcane world of counterintelligence as he lived it during his thirty-year career in the CIA. After an overview of what the Chinese, Russian, and Cuban spy services are doing to the United States, Olson explains the nitty-gritty of the principles and methods of counterintelligence. Readers will learn about specific aspects of counterintelligence such as running double-agent operations and surveillance. The book also analyzes twelve actual case studies to illustrate why people spy against their country, the tradecraft of counterintelligence, and where counterintelligence breaks down or succeeds. A "lessons learned" section follows each case study."
Incluye notas y referencias bibliográficas (pp. 203-217)

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