The electronic edition of Intelligence Newsletter on the Internet designed to "appeal to diplomats, military and political officials, the heads of company security services or academics interested in intelligence matters, business intelligence and international political issues." Must subscribe to publication before gaining full access to site.
Provides access to government documents declassified under the Freedom of Information Act(FOIA)in the form of electronic briefing books. The text of the FOIA itself is also available, as well as guidelines for requesting documents from the Government.
Contains an extensive library of documents and links related to strategic and military intelligence for the use of researchers, students, and other interested readers.
Documents on cryptology, dual-use technologies, and national security and intelligence. Includes archives.
Policies and publications on security standards in the Canadian government.
CIA-run office that conducts research on intelligence. Publishes classified and unclassified editions of the journal "Studies in Intelligence," as well as books, monographs and a newsletter. Hosts conferences and symposia.
The American intelligence community was shaped by nearly half a century of Cold War with the Soviet Union. With the end of the Cold War the community faces extraordinary challenges. This site is a comprehensive resource on the past and future of the American intelligence community.
Information, docuements, articles, readings, and links related to intelligence and national security.
Monitors developments in terrorist and intelligence activity worldwide. Site is fee-based, but does provide limited free services.
Links to spy agencies, military intelligence, and counterintelligence.