Training intelligence officers (Series of 15 E-books) $27.86

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Henning van Aswegen

How can you oppose fascism, or Marxist realism / non-realism for that matter, if you do not know what it is and can not define these concepts? In this training document for intelligence officers, the author explores selected aspects in the philosophy of political science – knowledge that every intelligence officer should have before venturing into the world of espionage and counter espionage. The theme of this training framework for young intelligence officers, is the acquisition of a rudimentary knowledge of the nomenclature of intelligence, counterintelligence, espionage, spying and foreign intelligence operations.

This series comprises 15 books written by an expert in the field. If you are interested in this subject, this is a rare find.

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Training intelligence officers 1: Political science knowledge (South African Intelligence Library)

Book 1

Political Science knowledge
How can you oppose fascism, or Marxist realism / non-realism for that matter, if you do not know what it is and can not define these concepts? In this training document for intelligence officers, the author explores selected aspects in the philosophy of political science – knowledge that every intelligence officer should have before venturing into the world of espionage and counter espionage. The theme of this training framework for young intelligence officers, is the acquisition of a rudimentary knowledge of the nomenclature of intelligence, counterintelligence, espionage, spying and foreign intelligence operations.

 


Training Intelligence Officers 2 : Case study Richard Sorge

Book 2

Richard Sorge was one of the best spies and spymasters in history, part of the great system of ‘illegals’ used by the Russians to recruit spies and build spy networks in Western democracies. Russian intelligence services knew that their legal residences, meaning embassies and consulates, were unsafe centers for agent recruitment and agent running because of increasing counter-intelligence measures conducted by Western intelligence services against them. This Richard Sorge case study and concomitant training lectures for young intelligence officers, is the acquisition of a rudimentary knowledge of the nomenclature of intelligence, counterintelligence, espionage, spying, foreign intelligence operations and intelligence tradecraft.

 


Training Intelligence Officers 3: Russia and China's national and regional security (South African Intelligence Library lectures)

Book 3

Training Intelligence Officers (3). Russia and China’s National and Regional security.
* Intelligence threat perception attempts to analyse and measure both intent and capability. Both Russia (Sluzhba Vneshney Razvedki Rossiyskoy Federatsii – SVR RF) and China (Ministry of State Security – MSS), maintain enormous intelligence services and apparatus to fulfill exactly this function. Field intelligence officers in operational directorates need to know how Russia and China interprets security and threat perception on national, regional and international levels. ‘Russia and China’s regional and national security’ and concomitant training lectures for young intelligence officers, accommodates the acquisition of a rudimentary knowledge of the nomenclature of intelligence, counterintelligence, espionage, spying, foreign intelligence operations and intelligence tradecraft.

Book 4

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Case study: prof Hugh Hambleton
In 1961 South Africa successfully concluded a process of uranium enrichment that would bring the country world-wide notoriety, the envy of its friends and derision of its enemies. The ‘Training Intelligence Officers’ series and case studies such as prof Hugh Hambleton, supports the acquisition of rudimentary knowledge of the nomenclature of intelligence, counterintelligence, espionage, spying, foreign intelligence operations and intelligence tradecraft. This lecture is part of the South African Intelligence Library series.

Training Intelligence Officers 5: Intelligence gathering in Sudan (Training Intelligence Officers (5))

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Intelligence gathering in Sudan
Intelligence gathering in Sudan is a case study on the political constructs of the conflict between Sudan and South Sudan in the Horn of Africa. The ‘Training Intelligence Officers’ series and case studies such as ‘Intelligence gathering in Sudan,’ supports the acquisition of rudimentary knowledge of the nomenclature of intelligence, counterintelligence, espionage, spying, foreign intelligence operations and intelligence tradecraft. This lecture on Sudan is part of the South African Intelligence Library series.

Book 6

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Using transnational corporations (TO’s) in false flag operations
False flag operations are used by intelligence services to deceive and misinform. Individuals are recruited by intelligence agents, believing they are cooperating with an organisation or intelligence service of one country, whilst in reality and unwittingly cooperating and working for another.

Book 7

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Threat analysis: the European Union (EU), African Union (AU) and Federalist USA
* Africa, in its post colonial and political liberation era, is perennially challenged by questions of enhanced integration as a solution to the continent’s serious economic and political problems. Africa has however consistently failed to create a dominant and effective continental union, despite 53 countries with a common anti-colonial history, a high degree of shared identity, culture and shared challenges.
* The ‘Training Intelligence Officers’ series and threat analysis, supports the acquisition of rudimentary knowledge of the nomenclature of intelligence, counterintelligence, espionage, spying, foreign intelligence operations and intelligence tradecraft. This lecture is part of the South African Intelligence Library series.

Book 8

Training Intelligence Officers (8)
*Threat analysis: the causes and consequences of conflict, identifying weaknesses in target nation-states
*Conflicts, disputes, disagreements and and interest clashes, are are permanent fixtures in international politics. Heads of state and governments often fail to predict and foresee the consequences of conflicts because of a failure of information gathering and accurate intelligence from intelligence services. Faulty intelligence causes governments to be ill prepared to deal with the results and consequences of conflict, particularly the human cost of wars, skirmishes and disputes.
The ‘Training Intelligence Officers’ series and threat analysis, supports the acquisition of rudimentary knowledge of the nomenclature of intelligence, counterintelligence, espionage, spying, foreign intelligence operations and intelligence tradecraft. This lecture is part of the South African Intelligence Library series.

Book 9

Training Intelligence Officers (9)
Intelligensieterminologie
*Suid-Afrika het ʼn ryke geskiedenis van spioene en geheime agente wat in ʼn wêreld van eienaardige gebruike en woordeskat leef – ʼn wêreld wat bitter min met gladde kuiwe en blink sportmotors te doen het. Die meeste spioene is vaal mannetjies of vroutjies, met onopvallende, vervelige persoonlikhede wat land en siel uitverkoop vir die een of ander persoonlike rede, merendeels weerwraak, hebsug, jaloesie of ʼn vendetta teen ʼn kollega. Hierdie terminologie-lys poog om die woordeskat van spioene en hul spioenmeesters, te verstaan.

Book 10

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The impact of new social movements on state security
Whereas the media has been called the ‘Fourth Estate’ in the social constructs of society in nation-states in the 20th century, new social movements may now lay claim to the description of being the ‘Fifth Estate’ in the 21st century. This lecture investigates the impact of social movements on state security.
The ‘Training Intelligence Officers’ series supports the acquisition of rudimentary knowledge of the nomenclature of intelligence, counterintelligence, espionage, spying, foreign intelligence operations and intelligence tradecraft. This lecture is part of the South African Intelligence Library series.

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Ambassadeur William Brockway Edmondson en die CIA spioenasie-vliegtuig
Op 6 April 1979 word die Amerikaanse ambassadeur in Suid-Afrika, William Brockway Edmondson en twee lede van die CIA, op heter daad met spioenasiebedrywighede betrap deur die Department van Nasionale Veiligheid (DNV) en die Direktoraat Militêre Intelligensie (DMI).

Book 12

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*Constructivism as a model for intelligence research and analysis*
This lecture investigates the value of constructivism as a research and analysis model for intelligence services. Despite the fallibility of intelligence analysis, being open to interpretation and often inconsistent with beliefs, prejudices, doctrine, ideology and preconceptions, it remains the most reliable means for predicting political phenomena. Constructivism is the only conception of science that acknowledges and embraces sociological influences and incorporates their existence into the scientific research process. It is therefore a relevant model for intelligence research and analysis.

Book 13

*Infiltrasie-agente / Infiltration agents*
* Die intelligensiedienste van die voormalige Sowjet-Unie, met inbegrip van Rusland, plaas van die sestigerjare af infiltrasie-agente, ook slaper- of diep-penetrasie-agente genoem, in Westerse lande, met die doel om inligting in te samel en klandestiene ondersteuning aan ander agente en spioene te gee.

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Intelligence targets: the African and European Unions
The purpose of this lecture is to provide a rudimentary knowledge of neo-functionalism and liberal inter-governmentalism in the African Union [AU] and European Union [EU], both primary targets of South Africa’s intelligence services. How does the AU and EU deal with the conflicts, contradictions, inconsistencies and exceptions, as part of Africa’s construct political reality? Integration in Europe remains an unfinished project and its evolution will continue for many years to come. The same truism applies to the African Union as the purveyor of Pan Africanism.

Book 15

* Gevallestudie: Dieter Gerhard *
Die intelligensiedienste van die voormalige Sowjet Unie, met inbegrip van Rusland, werf penetrasie-agente soos Dieter Gerhard met die doel om inligting in teikenlande soos Suid-Afrika, in te samel. Gerhard was ʼn betaalde, wetende en bewuste agent – in sommige kringe ʼn held en in andere ʼn gewetenlose verraaier.


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