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NATIONAL SECURITY STUDIES PROGRAM

Advanced Intelligence Course


with

Dr. Michael GOODMAN


Department of War Studies Kings College London

MAY 28TH AND 29TH 2010 LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY


VIA NOMENTANA 335 ROME (ITALY) This advanced two-days course, organized by the Department of Strategic Intelligence and Security of Link Campus University with the intent to bring to Link Campus University specialists and students from around the globe to share training courses in security, intelligence analysis and related topics programs, will focus on:Spinning Intelligence and Intelligence and Policy Making. The seminar will also analyze the relation between the new media and terrorism and explore some intelligence organizational orientations. It then will explore the British Intelligence Machinery. with a glance at the history of the Joint Intelligence Committee. In each phase of the course, attention will be paid to matters of legality, politics, and morality, not just the details of intelligence operations. An overall evaluation of some intelligence failures will provide a capstone to the course.

Requests for registration should be made by e-mail to c.palmieri@unilink.it. Please include your name and institutional affiliation.

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STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE


FRIDAY MAY 28TH (14:30 18:30 1430 1515 1530 1615 1630 1715 1730 1830 Lecture Spinning Intelligence Lecture New Media and Terrorism Lecture Making Secret Intelligence Public Exercise When to publish

SATURDAY MAY 29TH MORNING SESSION (09:00 13:00) 0900 0945 1000 1045 1100 1145 1200 1245 Lecture Intelligence and Policymaking Part 1 Lecture Intelligence and Policymaking Part 2 Exercise Defining an Intelligence Organisation Lecture British Intelligence Machinery

SATURDAY MAY 29TH AFTERNOON SESSION (14:30 18:30) 1430 1515 1530 1615 1630 1715 1730 1830 Lecture History of the Joint Intelligence Committee Lecture Buster Crabb: Failure of an Operation Lecture Klaus Fuchs, Atom Spy Exercise Intelligence Failure and Lessons

The course is designed for government analytical, operational, and management officials; for decisionmakers involved in foreign policy, in national security policy; for experts involved in activities related to intelligence, security, counterintelligence, and counter terrorism. We will send invitation to professionals from: Public Sector - Government, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Defence, Justice, Economy, Parliament, Armed Forces, Law Enforcement Forces. Private Sector - Corporate security Operators with a particular focus on strategic industries and infrastructures: energy, transport, telecommunications, finance, banks, insurers and multinationals. Geopolitical, geoeconomy and global strategy analysts; mass-media experts; university and scientific researchers; competitive intelligence and knowledge strategic intelligence researchers.

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ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Dr Michael S. Goodman, FRHistS.


Work Address: Work 200920082008200720072006200620052005-2006 2005200520052004-7 2004-8 Department of War Studies, Kings College London, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS, England

Series Editor, Intelligence and Security Studies, Hurst/Columbia University Press. Senior Lecturer, Department of War Studies, Kings College London. Elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society Official Historian of the Joint Intelligence Committee Secretary, Study Group on Intelligence Consultant, Special Forces Club Historical Sub-Committee Director, Kings Intelligence Studies Programme (with the Cabinet Office) Tutor, Royal College for Defence Studies Committee Member, British International History Group Academic Advisory Board, AHRB Nuclear History Project, Mountbatten Centre for International Studies, University of Southampton. Editorial Board Member, Contemporary British History Editorial Board Member, Prospero: The Journal of British Rocketry and Nuclear History. Reviews Editor, Journal of Strategic Studies Lecturer, Department of War Studies, Kings College London.

Education and Qualifications 2004-2006 Kings College London Post-Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice 2001-2004 University of Nottingham Ph.D., British Intelligence Estimates of the Soviet Nuclear Weapons Programme, and their Impact on Strategic Planning, 1945-1958. School of History 2000-2001 University of Nottingham MA in Politics and Contemporary History. Obtained: Distinction 1997-2000 University of Leicester BA in History and Archaeology. Obtained: 2:1 (Hons) Media October 2006 July 2006 July 2005 July 2005 June 2005 February 2005 May 2003 Television interview for Sky News. Historical Consultant, BBC Series on Nuclear Spies TV documentary on post-war British CBW development Interview on LBC London Radio on the intelligence aspects of the London bombs. Radio interview for BBC World Service series, Superpower: Past, Present and Future. TV documentary on wartime intelligence on the German atomic bomb Interview on BBC Radio 5 Live on release of MI5 papers concerning Klaus Fuchs
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Membership British Nuclear Weapons History Study Group Security and Intelligence Studies Group Study Group on Intelligence Oxford Intelligence Group Pluscarden Programme for the Study of Global Terrorism and Intelligence New Approaches to WMD Proliferation Study Group Publications
Books: Spinning Intelligence: Why Intelligence Needs the Media, Why the Media Needs Intelligence. (Hurst; Columbia University Press, 2009). [Co-edited with Rob Dover] Spying on the Nuclear Bear: Anglo-American Intelligence and the Soviet Bomb. (Stanford University Press, 2007). ISBN: 080475585X). Chapters in books: The British Way of Intelligence. In M.Grant (ed). The British Way in Cold Warfare. (Hambledon Continuum, forthcoming 2009). Klaus Fuchs. In R. Gerald Hughes, Peter Jackson, and L.V.Scott (eds). Exploring Intelligence Archives: Enquiries into the Secret State. (Routledge, 2008. ISBN: 0415349982). pp.123-32. Intelligence. In J.Winter & J.Merriman (eds). Europe Since 1914 - Encyclopedia of the Age of War and Reconstruction. (Charles Scribners Sons, 2006). pp.1418-23. Journal articles: The Birth of British Intelligence BBC History Magazine (forthcoming, 2009). Jones Paradigm: The How, Why, and Wherefore of Scientific Intelligence. Intelligence and National Security 24:2 (2009), pp.236-56. Spying by Committee: The British Approach to Intelligence, World Defence Systems Vol. 1 (2009) pp.155-8. Intelligence: The Loss of Innocence International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 22:1 (March 2009), pp.147-64. [co-authored with Matthew Pritchard] The Tentacles of Failure: British Intelligence, Whitehall and the Buster Crabb Affair. International History Review XXX:4 (December 2008), pp.768-84. What Analysts Need to Understand: The Kings Intelligence Studies Programme, CIA Studies in Intelligence 52:4 (December 2008), pp.1-12. Behind Irans Nuclear Weapons halt. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. (2008). [with Wyn Bowen] Nuclear Reaction: The Intelligence on Irans Nuclear Capabilities, Janes Intelligence Review (March 2008), pp.2-5. [with Wyn Bowen] Calming the Crisis: Iran The Nuclear Issue, The World Today (March 2008), pp.22-24. [with Wyn Bowen] Learning to Walk: The Origins of the Joint Intelligence Committee. International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence. 21:1 (March 2008), pp.40-56. A Cold War Cover-Up: The Buster Crabb Affair. BBC History Magazine (February 2008), pp.40-43. The Dog That Didnt Bark: The Joint Intelligence Committee and the Warning of Aggression. Cold War History. 7:4 (November 2007), pp.529-51. Real Deal: Unpicking History from Fiction, BBC Radio Times (24-30 November 2007), pp.29-31.
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Klaus Fuchs: The Man who Opened Pandoras Nuclear Box. BBC History Magazine. (February 2007), pp.38-42. With A Little Help from My Friends: The Anglo-American Atomic Intelligence Partnership, 19451958. Diplomacy and Statecraft 18:1 (January 2007), pp.155-83. Meteorite or Bomb? The 1979 VELA Incident. The Vacuum. (October 2006). Teaching About Intelligence. CIA Studies in Intelligence 50:2 (Summer 2006), pp.57-66. Sibling Rivalry: The Post-War Origins of the American Atomic Intelligence Community. International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence. 19:2 (Summer 2006), pp.289-301. Who is Trying to Keep What Secret from Whom and Why?: MI5-FBI Relations and the Klaus Fuchs Case. Journal of Cold War Studies 7:3 (Summer 2005), pp.124-146. Research Note: Attlee, Sillitoe and the Security Aspects of the Fuchs Case. Contemporary British History 19:1 (Spring 2005), pp.67-78. [with Chapman Pincher] Santa Klaus? Klaus Fuchs and the Nuclear Weapons Programmes of Britain, the Soviet Union and America. Prospero: The Journal of British Rocketry and Nuclear History 1:1 (April 2004), pp.47-70. Books, Nukes and Spooks: British Intelligence and the Soviet Bomb. Cold War History 4:3 (April 2004), pp.126-139. Grandfather of the Hydrogen Bomb? Klaus Fuchs and Anglo-American Intelligence. Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 34:1 (2004), pp.1-22. Research Note: The Daniel Report on Atomic Intelligence. Intelligence and National Security 18:3 (Autumn 2003), pp.154-167. British Intelligence and the Soviet Atomic Bomb, 1945-1950. Journal of Strategic Studies. 26:2 (June 2003), pp.120-151.

Prizes, Awards & Research Income September 2007 Cabinet Office 3-year buyout for Official History (100,000) September 2006 Cabinet Office Kings Intelligence Studies Programme (100,000) April 2003 Arts and Humanities Research Board (AHRB) Travel Research Grant (1000) February 2003 Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library Research Grant ($1,500) May 2002 Harry S. Truman Presidential Library Research Grant ($1,000) April 2002 BROHP Conference Bursary (60) December 2001 British International Studies Association Conference Bursary (100) October 2001 School of Politics, University of Nottingham: prize for best MA awarded September 2001 Arts and Humanities Research Board (AHRB) three-year PhD Bursary (40,000) April 2001 BROHP Conference Bursary (60)

For any further information please contact: Francesco DArrigo - Director of the Department f.darrigo@unilink.it

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