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Who Needs Intelligence? The Effect of Intelligence Information and Assessments on Decision Makers
Unformatted Document Text:  24 Bibliography Allison, G. (1972). Essence of Decision: Explaining the Cuban Missile Crisis, Little Brown: Boston. Andrew, C. (2004). "Intelligence, international relations and ‘Under-theorisation,’" Intelligence and National Security 19(2): 170-184. Bar-Joseph, U. & Kruglanski A. W. (2003). "Intelligence failure and the need for cognitive closure: On the psychology of the Yom Kippur surprise," Political Psychology 24(1): 75- 99. Brecher, M. (1972). The Foreign Policy of Israel: Setting, Images, Process. London: Oxford University Press. Drucker, R & O. Shelah (2005). Boomerang: The Failure of Leadership in the Second Intifada, Jerusalem: Keter Publishing. [Hebrew] Festinger, L. (1957). A Theory of Cognitive Dissonance, New-York: Row, Peterson and Company. George, A. L. (1980). Presidential Decisionmaking in Foreign Policy: The Effective Use of Information and Advice, Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press. Gluska, A. (2004). Eshkol, Give the Order! Israel's Army Command and Political Leadership on the Road to the Six-Day War, 1963–1967, Maarachot: Tel-Aviv. [Hebrew] Goldstein, Y. (2004). Eshkol: Biography, Keter Publishing: Tel Aviv. [Hebrew] Haber, E. (1987). Today War Will Break Out, Yedi’ot Aharonot: Tel Aviv. [Hebrew] Handel, M. (1987). "The politics of intelligence," Intelligence and National Security 2(4): 5-46. Handel, M. (1988). “Leaders and intelligence,” Intelligence and National Security, 3(3): 3-39. Hermann M. G. & C. F. Hermann (1999). "Who makes foreign policy decisions and how: An empirical inquiry," International Studies Quarterly 33(4): 361-387. Jackson, P. (2005). "Historical reflections on the use and limits of intelligence," in P. Jackson & J. Siegel (eds.), Intelligence and Statecraft (pp. 11-51), Westport, Conn.: Praeger Publishers. Janis, I. L. (1972). Victims of Groupthink, Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Kam, E. (1990). Surprise Attack: The Victim's Perspective, Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press. Post, J. (1993). "Current concepts of the narcissistic personality: Implications for political psychology," Political Psychology 14: 99-121. Powers, T. (23-9-2004a). "How Bush got it wrong," New York Review of Books 51(14).

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Bibliography
Allison, G. (1972). Essence of Decision: Explaining the Cuban Missile Crisis, Little Brown:
Boston.
Andrew, C. (2004). "Intelligence, international relations and ‘Under-theorisation,’" Intelligence
and National Security 19(2): 170-184.
Bar-Joseph, U. & Kruglanski A. W. (2003). "Intelligence failure and the need for cognitive
closure: On the psychology of the Yom Kippur surprise," Political Psychology 24(1): 75-
99.
Brecher, M. (1972). The Foreign Policy of Israel: Setting, Images, Process. London: Oxford
University Press.
Drucker, R & O. Shelah (2005). Boomerang: The Failure of Leadership in the Second Intifada,
Jerusalem: Keter Publishing. [Hebrew]
Festinger, L. (1957). A Theory of Cognitive Dissonance, New-York: Row, Peterson and
Company.
George, A. L. (1980). Presidential Decisionmaking in Foreign Policy: The Effective Use of
Information and Advice, Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press.
Gluska, A. (2004). Eshkol, Give the Order! Israel's Army Command and Political Leadership on
the Road to the Six-Day War, 1963–1967, Maarachot: Tel-Aviv. [Hebrew]
Goldstein, Y. (2004). Eshkol: Biography, Keter Publishing: Tel Aviv. [Hebrew]
Haber, E. (1987). Today War Will Break Out, Yedi’ot Aharonot: Tel Aviv. [Hebrew]
Handel, M. (1987). "The politics of intelligence," Intelligence and National Security 2(4): 5-46.
Handel, M. (1988). “Leaders and intelligence,” Intelligence and National Security, 3(3): 3-39.
Hermann M. G. & C. F. Hermann (1999). "Who makes foreign policy decisions and how: An
empirical inquiry," International Studies Quarterly 33(4): 361-387.
Jackson, P. (2005). "Historical reflections on the use and limits of intelligence," in P. Jackson &
J. Siegel (eds.), Intelligence and Statecraft (pp. 11-51), Westport, Conn.: Praeger
Publishers.
Janis, I. L. (1972). Victims of Groupthink, Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
Kam, E. (1990). Surprise Attack: The Victim's Perspective, Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University
Press.
Post, J. (1993). "Current concepts of the narcissistic personality: Implications for political
psychology," Political Psychology 14: 99-121.
Powers, T. (23-9-2004a). "How Bush got it wrong," New York Review of Books 51(14).


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