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  • Subordinating Intelligence: The DoD/CIA Post-Cold War Relationship, University Press of Kentucky. 2019.

Chapters in Edited Books

  • “Intelligence in Ukraine: Success, Failure, or Signaling Revolutionary Change,?” in Adib Farhadi, Mark Grzegorzewski, and Anthony J. Masys (Eds.), Great Power Competition – Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine. Springer Publishing. 2023.

  • “Organizing for the ‘Gray Zone’ Fight: Early Cold War Realities and the CIA’s Directorate of Operations,” In Thomas A. Marks and Kirklin J. Bateman (Eds.), Perspectives on the American Way of War: The U.S. Experience in Irregular Conflict, Routledge Press. 2019.


  • "Partners or Competitors?: The Evolution of the DoD/CIA Relationship since Desert Storm andits Prospects for the Future,” Joint Special Operations University Report 14-2. May 2014.

Peer Reviewed Articles

  • “Organizing for the ‘Gray Zone’ Fight: Early Cold War Realities and the CIA’s Directorate of Operations,” Small Wars and Insurgencies. Vol. 30, Issue 01, 62-80.

  • “Perfection of Process Does Not Equal Perfect Understanding,” Military Review. January/February 2015.

  • “Adapting to Change: Strategic Turning Points and the CIA/DoD Relationship,” InterAgencyJournal. 5(1), Winter  2014, 3-11.

  • “Ten Years of GWOT, the Failure of Democratization and the Fallacy of Ungoverned Spaces” (co-authored with Pat Proctor), Journal of Strategic Security. 5 (1): 1-14.

  • “Taming the Rogue Elephant?,” American Intelligence Journal. Winter 2008/2009, 61-67.


Other Publications


Book Reviews

  • Review of The Insurgent’s Dilemma: A Struggle to Prevail, by David H. Ucko, Special Operations Journal (pending).

  • Review of The Recruiter: Spying and the Lost Art of American Intelligence, by Doug London, Special Operations Journal (pending).

  • Review of The Conceit of Humanitarian Intervention, by Rajan Menon, InterAgency Journal, 12-1 (March 2022), 70-72.

  • Review of Special Forces Berlin: Clandestine Cold War Operations of the US Army’s Elite: 1956-1990, Parameters, Autumn 2021.

  • Review of Security as Politics: Beyond the State of Exception, by Andrew W. Neal, Intelligence and National Security.

  • Review of Secret Intelligence: A Reader, edited by Christopher Andrew, Richard J. Aldrich, and Wesley K. Wark, Intelligence and National Security.

  • Review of Statecraft by Stealth: Secret Intelligence and British Rule in Palestine, by Steven Wagner, Special Operations Journal, 5(2): 199-200.

  • Review of A Spy Among Friends: Kim Philby and the Great Betrayal, by Ben Macintyre, Military Review (November/December 2014): 135-136.

  • Review of Breach of Trust: How Americans Failed Their Soldiers and Their Country, by Andrew Bacevich, Military Review (July/August 2014): 102-103.

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