Intelligence and National Security
According to the website promoting the magazine, Intelligence and National Security (ISSN 0268-4527) is the world's leading academic journal on the role of intelligence in international relations."
The website also notes:
- Articles on the historical development of professional intelligence agencies provide new perspectives on the evolution of intelligence as a factor in state power in both the domestic and international contexts. Contemporary issues are also addressed using conceptual tools developed in the fields of sociology, law, anthropology, philosophy, political science and international relations. These perspectives are complemented by contributions from a range of former practitioners, drawn from various national backgrounds, providing yet another perspective on the nature and impact of intelligence on national and international security and the course of world politics. Topics addressed include the history of intelligence, representations of intelligence in popular culture, public understandings and expectations of intelligence services, intelligence and ethics, the privatisation of intelligence practices and the role of non-government agencies, the challenges of analysis and warning, the political and cultural dynamics of intelligence practices, the issue of liaison and internal cooperation and the role of intelligence services as instruments of state control in both historical and contemporary contexts. All articles are subjected to a rigorous peer-review process with an acceptance rate of one in three.
The journal was founded in 1986 and is published by Routledge Publishers.
- Christopher Andrew - Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, UK
- Michael Handel - Professor of National Security and Strategy at the U.S. Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania.
- Loch K. Johnson - University of Georgia, USA, served on the Senate and House committees on intelligence and on foreign affairs and has been a consultant to the National Security Council, the U.S. State Department, and the Senate Subcommittee on Separation of Powers.
- Peter Jackson - Aberystwyth University, UK
Assistant Editors (Reviews)
Assistant Editors (Editorial)
- Marie Milward - University of Georgia, USA
- Vincent Keating - Aberystwyth University, UK
- Richard Aldrich - University of Nottingham, UK
- Desmond Ball - Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
- David M. Barrett - Villanova University, USA
- Richard K. Betts - Columbia University, USA: Professor of political science and Director of the Institute of War and Peace Studies, Columbia University (current); member, National Commission on Terrorism (1999-2000); Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution (1981-90); staff member, National Security Council (1977); staff member, Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (1975-76). Council on Foreign Relations Adjunct Senior Fellow for National Security Studies.
- D.N. Dilks - Institute of Commonwealth Studies
- John Ferris - University of Calgary, Canada
- M.R.D. Foot - Nuthampstead, Herts, UK
- Lawrence Freedman - King's College, London, UK
- Anthony Glees - Brunel University, UK: Professor Anthony Glees is Director of the Brunel Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies at Brunel University. He argues that the European Convention on Human Rights needs to be overturned and the Government should have the power to imprison people without trial. 
- Roy Godson - Georgetown University, USA
- Oleg Gordievsky
- Glenn Hastedt - James Madison University, USA
- Samuel P. Huntington - Harvard University, USA
- Robert Jervis - Columbia University, USA
- David Kahn - Great Neck, USA
- Wolfgang Krieger - University of Marburg, Germany
- Admiral Pierre Lacoste - Paris, France
- Sebastien Laurent - Université Michel de Montaigne, Bordeaux III, France
- Joe Maiolo - King's College London, UK: Mailo is UK Editor of The Journal of Strategic Studies which has a similar editorial board
- Eduard Mark - Dept. of the Air Force, USA
- Ernest May - Harvard University, USA
- Sir David Omand - King's College London, UK
- Harry Howe Ransom - Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA
- Andrew Rathmell - RAND Europe
- Thomas C. Schelling - University of Maryland, USA
- Len Scott - Aberystwyth University, UK
- David Stafford - University of Edinburgh, UK
- Martin Thomas - University of Exeter, UK
- Richard R. Valcourt - International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence
- Wesley W. Wark - University of Toronto, Canada
- D. Cameron Watt - London, UK: Emeritus Professor of International History at the LSE
- Cees Wiebes - the National Coordinator for Counterterrorism, The Netherlands
- Desmond Ball
- Ralph Bennett
- Richard Betts
- T.I.Cubbage II
- D.N Dilks
- M.R.D Foot
- Lawrence Freedman
- Schlomo Gazit
- Alexander L.George
- Roy Godson
- Samuel Huntington
- Robert Jervis
- David Khan
- Pierre Lacoste
- Ernest May
- Klaus-Jurgen Muller
- Anthony Oettinger
- Harry Howe Ransom
- Andrew Rathmell
- Jurgen Rohwer
- Thomas Schelling
- David Stafford
- Jean Stengers
- Cameron Watt
- Sir D.G.T Williams
Types of contributors
Intelligence and National Security, Volume 23 Issue 1 2008 focussed on 'Spying in Film and Fiction' and a profile of its contributors can be downloaded from their site and is summarized below. 
Mark T. Berger: Visiting Professor in the Department of Defense Analysis at the Naval Postgraduate School (Monterey, California).
David Bewley-Taylor: Senior Lecturer and Deputy Head of Department in the American Studies Department at Swansea University.
Nicholas Dujmovic: A CIA staff historian since 2005. A frequent contributor to Studies in Intelligence [the CIA's in-house journal], he also serves on that journal’s editorial board. He is also the compiler and editor of The Literary Spy: The Ultimate Source for Quotations on Espionage & Intelligence, a book of quotations about intelligence published by Yale University Press in 2004 under the pseudonym Charles C. Lathrop.
Shannon Mollie Epps: A 2007 political science graduate from Brigham Young University who is now employed in Washington, DC.
Frederick P. Hitz: worked for the CIA from 1967 to 1973 as an operations officer, from 1978 to 1982 as a legislative counsel to the Director of Central Intelligence, and from 1990 to 1998 as the first statutory inspector general of the CIA. He is now affiliated with both Princeton University and the University of Virginia. His book, The Great Game: The Myth and Reality of Espionage (published by Knopf in 2004), uses spy fiction to illustrate various aspects of the intelligence profession.
Loch K. Johnson: The US co-editor of this journal and Regents Professor of Public and International Affairs at the University of Georgia. He recently edited the five- volume Strategic Intelligence: Understanding the Hidden Side of Government published by Praeger.
Charles McCarry: Worked as clandestine intelligence officer with the CIA from 1958 to 1967. After retirement from the Agency, he has written 11 popular novels, all but one of them about intelligence. Nine of his spy novels have focused on a single fictional family involved in espionage. He is also the author of other non-fiction works.
Stan A. Taylor: Writes occasionally on intelligence matters in this journal. He is a Research Associate at the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies and Emeritus Professor of Political Science at Brigham Young University. He served on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence from 1976 to 1985 as a staff member or consultant. He is the co-author of America the Vincible: U.S. Foreign Policy for the Twenty-first Century, a Pearson book now in its third edition.
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