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View Resource Loyola Homepage on Strategic Intelligence

Loyola College (Baltimore) Department of Political Science offers the Strategic Intelligence page on the Web. This page consists of pointers to U.S. intelligence community sites, military intelligence sites, organizational sites related to strategic intelligence, recent documents related to strategic intelligence, and a selected list of intelligence related journals, articles, and papers. Included...
View Resource Final Report: Attorney General's Review Team on the Handling of the Los Alamos National Laboratory Investigation

The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) has posted excerpts of the March 2000 Bellows Report (formally titled the Final Report of the Attorney General's Review Team on the Handling of the Los Alamos National Laboratory Investigation), which finds fault in the way the FBI and DOE handled the Wen Ho Lee investigation. The justice department released the report in declassified form in 2000, but...
View Resource Science, Technology and the CIA: A National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book

This release on George Washington University's (GWU) National Security Archive site includes documents related to CIA projects in science and technology. The 44 documents are wide ranging, covering the years 1951-2000 and a broad span of projects from satellite reconnaissance systems to the failed "Acoustic Kitty" project, in which a cat was surgically altered to "become a mobile, eavesdropping...
View Resource Dialog for Kids: Spy Technology

Dialog for Kids is a series on Idaho Public Television that lets children "phone, fax or e-mail questions to leading scientists to be answered live, on-air." The May 20, 2003 episode, which can be viewed in its entirety online, addressed various forms of spy technology. This Web site has educational material that complement the episode. Children can learn about the basics of espionage,...