Who’s Who in Peace Intelligence: Michael Herman

Alpha E-H, Peace Intelligence
0Shares

Michael Herman served from 1952 to 1987 in Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), with secondments to the Cabinet Office and Ministry of Defence. Since his retirement he has written extensively on intelligence matters, with official clearance. He has been associated with several universities, and is now an Honouree Fellow at Aberystwyth and a Senior Associate Member of St Antony’s College in Oxford. His book Intelligence Power in Peace and War (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1996) has been regularly reprinted, and a collection of his subsequent writings was published as Intelligence Services in the Information Age: Theory and Practice (Southgate: Frank Cass Publishers 2001).

Intelligence Doctrine for International Peace Support

The Book
The Book


Opt in for free daily update from this free blog. Separately The Steele Report ($11/mo) offers weekly text report and live webinar exclusive to paid subscribers, who can also ask questions of Robert. Or donate to ask questions directly of Robert.