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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Abrams, Jeremiah / Zweig, Connie.  Meeting the Shadow: The Hidden Power of the Dark Side of Human Nature. Tarcher, 1991.

Abrams, Jeremiah.  The Shadow in America. Nataraj. 1995.

Beutler, Brian.  Snowden Revelations Cast New Doubts On Intelligence Oversight Process. Talking Point Memo, 19 June 2013. [text]

Born, Hans / Fluri, Philipp / Johnsson, Anders  (Eds.).    Parliamentary Oversight of the Security Sector. DCAF, 2003. [summary]

Born, Hans / Fluri, Philipp / Lunn, Simon  (Eds.).    Oversight and Guidance: the relevance of parliamentary oversight for the security sector. DCAF, 2010. [summary]

Born, Hans / Dowling, Alex / Fuior, Teodora / Gavrilescu, Suzana.  European Parliament Report on Parliamentary Oversight of Civilian and Military ESDP Missions: The European and National Levels. 2009. [text]

Brandsma, Gijs Jan.  The Effect of Information on Oversight: the European Parliament's response to increasing information on comitology decision-making. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 78, 2012, 1, pp. 74-92. [abstract]

Democratic Accountability and Parliamentary Oversight (DGPO). Democratic Governance and Parliamentary Oversight. New Rules for Global Finance [text]

Donaldson, Patrick J.  Infiltrating American Intelligence: Difficulties Inherent in the Congressional Oversight of Intelligence and the Joint Committee Model. American Intelligence Journal, 2010. [text]

Gates, Robert M.  Strengthening Congressional Oversight of Intelligence. National Security Law Report, 15, 1993, 2. [text]

Goldsmith, Jack.  Reflections on NSA Oversight -- and a prediction that NSA Authorities (and Oversight and Transparency) will expand. Lawfare, 9 August 2013. [text]

Halchin, L. Elaine / Kaiser, Frederick M.  Congressional Oversight of Intelligence: Current Structure and Alternatives. Congressional Research Service, 2012. [text]

Horowitz, Irving Louis  (Ed.).    The Rise and Fall of Project Camelot: studies in the relationship between social science and practical politics. MIT Press, 1967.

Kaiser, Frederick M.  Congressional Oversight. Order Code 97-936 GOV.

Koestler, Arthur.  Dialogue with Death. 1942.

Johnson, Robert A.  Owning Your Own Shadow: understanding the dark side of the psyche. Harper San Francisco, 1993.

McDonough, Denis / Rudman, Mara / Rundlet, Peter.  No Mere Oversight: Congressional Oversight of Intelligence is Broken. Center for American Progress, 2006. [text]

Orwell, George.  Nineteen Eighty-Four. 1949.

Parliamentary Oversight of Security and Intelligence Agencies in the European Union. Public Intelligence, 1 July 2013 [text]

Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence House of Representatives. Congressional Oversight. In: IC21: The Intelligence Community in the 21st Century, ch. XV [text]

Price, James R. / Jureidini, Paul.  Witchcraft, Sorcery, Magic and Other Psychological Phenomena and their Implications on Military and Paramilitary Operations in the Congo. Special Operations Research Office, 1964.. [text]

Rosenbach, Eric / Peritz, Aki J.  Congressional Oversight of the Intelligence Community. In: Confrontation or Collaboration?. Congress and the Intelligence Community Memorandum, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School, 2009. [text]

Saul, John Ralston.  The Unconscious Civilization. House of Anansi, 1995.

Siu, Ralph G. H.  Panetics and Dukkha: an integrated study of the infliction of suffering and the reduction of infliction. The International Society for Panetics, 1994.

Snid, L. Britt.  Congressional Oversight of Intelligence: Some Reflections on the Last 25 Years.. [text]

Starks, Tim.  Intelligence Oversight Split on Access Between Haves, Have-Nots. Roll Call, 10 June 2013. [text]

Sturtevant, Mary.  Congressional Oversight of Intelligence: one perspective. American Intelligence Journal, Summer 1992. [text]

Taleb, Nassim Nicholas.  The Black Swan: the impact of the highly improbable. Random House, 2007.

Taleb, Nassim Nicholas.  Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder. Random House, 2012..

United Kingdom Security Service (MI5). Parliamentary Oversight. [text]

Van Wagenen, James S.  A Review of Congressional Oversight: Critics and Defenders. Central Intelligence Agency, 2007. [text]

Waxman, Matthew.  Observations About Targeting and Congressional Intelligence Oversight. Lawfare, 17 February 2013. [text]

Watson, Peter.  War on the Mind: the military uses and abuses of psychology. Basic Books, 1978.

Yamamoto, Hironori.  Tools for Parliamentary Oversight: a comparative study of 88 national parliaments. Inter-Parliamentary Union, 2007. [text]

Yasmin, Dorin.  Parliamentary Oversight and Social Accountability: Discussion Note. Affiliated Network for Social Accountability, 2011. [text]

Zegart, Amy B.  Congress' Poor Oversight of Intelligence Is Longstanding Problem. UCLA International Institute, 2009. [text]

Zegart, Amy B.  The Roots of Weak Congressional Intelligence Oversight. 2011. [text]

Zegart, Amy B.  The Domestic Politics of Irrational Intelligence Oversight. Political Science Quarterly, 126, 2011, Spring, pp. 1-27.

Zegart, Amy B.  Eyes on Spies: Congress and the United States Intelligence Community. Hoover Institution Press Publication, 2011.

Zvoma, Austin.  The Challenges Parliamentary Committees Face in Exercising Oversight Functions on the Executive. Association of Secretaries General of Parliaments, 2010.

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