Title: Intelligence in the Cold War. Organisation, Role, International Cooperation
Editors: Lars Christian Jenssen and Olav Riste
Publisher: Oslo: Institutt for forsvarsstudier
This book is the outcome of a conference organised by the institute in Oslo in 2000. There the most prominent scholars of intelligence studies, from the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, Germany, Canada, Israel, Australia, the Netherlands and Norway, reviewed selected aspects of the role played by the intelligence services of their countries during the Cold War. In a concluding chapter the doyen of international history, Donald Cameron Watt, surveys the international historiography of intelligence.