I am thrilled to announce that I am general editor, with Christopher Andrew, of the multi-volume Cambridge History of Intelligence and Espionage to be published by Cambridge University Press.
Over three volumes, and approximately 90 chapters, this policy-relevant project will explore the role of intelligence in statecraft and wars from the ancient world to present-day cyber espionage. I’m honored to be leading what Cambridge University Press calls a “a major and prestigious reference project”. It will be the most authoritative collection of experts ever assembled to write on intelligence history, revealing a grand global narrative about the historical use and abuse of intelligence, across different times, cultures, and places.
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