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A historia da espionagem e o mundo dos servicos secretos e de informacao (édition 2017)

par John Hughes-Wilson, Luis, Corredoura

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A history of intelligence from its classical origins to the onset of the surveillance state in the digital age."A groundbreaking history of intelligence--from its origins in the ancient world to the onset of the surveillance state in the digital age--that lifts the veil of secrecy from this clandestine world. Dramatic and authoritative, The Secret State skillfully examines the potential pitfalls of the traditional intelligence cycle; the dangerous uncertainties of spies and human intelligence; how the Cold War became an electronic intelligence war; the technological revolution that began with the use of reconnaissance photography in World War I; the legacy of Stalin's deliberate ignoring of vital intelligence; how signals intelligence gave America one of its greatest victories; how Wikileaks really happened; and whether 9/11 could have been avoided if America's post-Cold War intelligence agencies had adapted to the new world of international terrorism. Drawing on a variety of sources, ranging from eyewitness accounts to his own personal experience, Colonel John Hughes-Wilson examines everything from undercover agents to photographic reconnaissance to today's much-misunderstood cyberwarfare. In this definitive history of espionage, Hughes-Wilson searches for hard answers and scrutinizes why crucial intelligence is so often ignored, misunderstood, or spun by politicians in season generals alike. From yesterday's spies to tomorrow's cyber world, The Secret State is a fascinating and thought-provoking history of this ever-changing and ever-important subject."--Jacket.… (plus d'informations)
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Titre:A historia da espionagem e o mundo dos servicos secretos e de informacao
Auteurs:John Hughes-Wilson
Autres auteurs:Luis, Corredoura
Info:Lisboa, Marcador,, 2017
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Mots-clés:Espionagem

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The Secret State: A History of Intelligence and Espionage par John Hughes-Wilson

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Em "A História da Espionagem e o Mundo dos Serviços Secretos e de Informação", John Hughes-Wilson apresenta-nos a história da espionagem - desde as suas ori­gens bíblicas até ao estado de vigilância da era digital em que vivemos - e levanta o véu de secretismo desse mundo misterioso e obscuro.

A espionagem e os serviços secretos e de informação sempre estiveram e continuarão a estar, para o bem ou para o mal, no epicentro dos grandes acontecimentos mundiais.
Neste livro vai conhecer as razões por que certas decisões foram tomadas, analisar os numerosos sucessos obtidos, mas igualmente aos erros, mentiras e disparates cometidos pela «Inteligência» (cuidadosamente escondidos do contribuinte que pagou por eles).
O autor revela o que realmente sucedeu nos bastidores do mundo dos serviços de informação e secretos durante alguns dos mais conhecidos acontecimentos militares que afetaram as nossas vidas.

Focando-se com mestria em algumas questões e incertezas dos espiões e da espionagem humana, como por exemplo:
- A Guerra Fria e como se tornou numa guerra de espionagem eletrónica;
- A revolução técnica que começou com o uso do reconhecimento fotográfico na Primeira Guerra Mundial;
- Como a espionagem de comunicações deu à América uma das suas maiores vitórias;
- Como o Wikileaks realmente aconteceu;
- Teria o 11 de Setembro sido evitado se as agências secretas americanas pós-Guerra Fria se tivessem adaptado à nova realidade do terrorismo internacional?
  LuisFragaSilva | Nov 8, 2020 |
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A history of intelligence from its classical origins to the onset of the surveillance state in the digital age."A groundbreaking history of intelligence--from its origins in the ancient world to the onset of the surveillance state in the digital age--that lifts the veil of secrecy from this clandestine world. Dramatic and authoritative, The Secret State skillfully examines the potential pitfalls of the traditional intelligence cycle; the dangerous uncertainties of spies and human intelligence; how the Cold War became an electronic intelligence war; the technological revolution that began with the use of reconnaissance photography in World War I; the legacy of Stalin's deliberate ignoring of vital intelligence; how signals intelligence gave America one of its greatest victories; how Wikileaks really happened; and whether 9/11 could have been avoided if America's post-Cold War intelligence agencies had adapted to the new world of international terrorism. Drawing on a variety of sources, ranging from eyewitness accounts to his own personal experience, Colonel John Hughes-Wilson examines everything from undercover agents to photographic reconnaissance to today's much-misunderstood cyberwarfare. In this definitive history of espionage, Hughes-Wilson searches for hard answers and scrutinizes why crucial intelligence is so often ignored, misunderstood, or spun by politicians in season generals alike. From yesterday's spies to tomorrow's cyber world, The Secret State is a fascinating and thought-provoking history of this ever-changing and ever-important subject."--Jacket.

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