Reproduces and contextualises the intelligence documents that influenced crucial UK Government decisions These 20 case studies reveal the declassified papers of the JIC, shining a light on the workings of Whitehall's secret world and the vital, previously unknown, role played by intelligence in pivotal events across the 20th and 21st centuries. For more than half a century, the Joint Intelligence Committee or 'JIC' has been a central component of the British Government's secret machinery. It represents the highest authority in the world of intelligence and acts as a broker between the spy and the policy-maker. From WWII to the War in Iraq, and from the Falklands to the IRA, it has been involved in almost every key foreign policy decision.
Spying on the World: The Declassified Documents of the Joint Intelligence Committee, 1936-2013
Edinburgh University Press
The Declassified Documents of the Joint Intelligence Committee, 1936-2013
Education & Reference