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GSIS Volume 1, Number 1, Fall 2015

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Volume 1, Number 1, Fall 2015
Table of Contents
Editorial Welcome
Yoav Gortzak & Patricia J. Campbell
doi: 10.18278/gsis.1.1.1

The Future of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Mike Fowler
doi: 10.18278/gsis.1.1.2
Business As Usual: The Egyptian–U.S. Intelligence Relationship
Michele Black & Osamah Alhenaki
doi: 10.18278/gsis.1.1.3
Applying a Critical Thinking Framework to Improve Intelligence Analysis
James Hess & Curtis Friedel
doi: 10.18278/gsis.1.1.4
Anthropological Theory and Intelligence
David W. Kriebel
doi: 10.18278/gsis.1.1.5
Book Reviews

Review of Torture: A Sociology of Violence and Human Rights
Julie Mazzei
doi: 10.18278/gsis.1.1.6

Review of The Future of Intelligence: Challenges in the Twenty-First Century
Jason Anderson
doi: 10.18278/gsis.1.1.7

Review of Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control
Manley Frost
doi: 10.18278/gsis.1.1.8
Review of Emergency Presidential Power: From the Drafting of the Constitution to the War on Terror
Gregory Moore
doi: 10.18278/gsis.1.1.9
Review of Killing by Remote Control: The Ethics of an Unmanned Military
Sarah da Mota
doi: 10.18278/gsis.1.1.10

Review of The Ethics of Intelligence: A New Framework (Studies in Intelligence Series)
Danielle K. Johnson
doi: 10.18278/gsis.1.1.11