Against All Enemies

Author: Richard A. Clarke
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 184737588X
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Richard Clarke has been one of America's foremost experts on counterterrorism measures for more than two decades. He has served under four presidents from both parties, beginning in Ronald Reagan's State Department becoming America's first Counter-terrorism Czar under Bill Clinton and remaining for the first two years of George W. Bush's administration. He has seen every piece of intelligence on Al-Qaeda from the beginning; he was in the Situation Room on September 11th and he knows exactly what has taken place under the United State's new Department of Homeland Security. Through gripping, thriller-like scenes, he tells the full story for the first time and explains what the Bush Administration are doing.

Against All Enemies

Author: Tom Clancy
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101536872
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Tom Clancy, the master of international intrigue and explosive action, introduces a new hero for a new era of warfare-against a new kind of threat.

Against All Enemies

Author: Jeffrey M. Carney
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ISBN: 9781482675207
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West Berlin 1984. In a forest north of the city another chapter of the Cold War is being played out. A nineteen year-old American wearing the uniform of the East German border guards climbs over the Berlin Wall and disappears on the other side. A man living in two opposing worlds, but belonging to neither.What takes place that winter morning began a year earlier. Disillusioned and angry at the the things he sees working at a secret intelligence collection site in West Berlin, the young American makes the decision to leave it all behind. In the early morning hours of April 22nd, 1983 he crosses Checkpoint Charlie for what he thinks is the last timeOnce in the hands of agents of the Ministry for State Security he quickly realizes that his days of deciding his own fate are now over. Coerced by a clever combination of praise and threats, the young man is sent back to work against his co-workers. While he betrays the secrets of units collection activities in the name of world peace, other battles are raging inside his conscience.Living in a world where friends are now enemies and enemies now friends, he faces the realization that he is now alone. As hundreds of classified documents cross the border between East and West the stark realization of how close the world teeters on the brink of nuclear war emboldens the young man. Projects worth billions in research are compromised.The spy's work continues as he is transferred to the desolate plains of West Texas. There he continues to pass classified information to his handlers, this time in places such as Rio de Janeiro and Mexico City. In 1985 the Year of the Spy approaches. Worldwide, intelligence agencies are faced with defections and revelations of betrayal. As the United States considers aggressive measures to root our spies, the young man slowly becomes unstable, a risk to his work and to himself. Faced with the risk of exposure, the young man flees to Mexico seeking asylum at the East German embassy in Mexico City. At first turned away, the agent's handlers quickly reconsider, recognizing that the man knows too much about their work. While the East Germans are deciding how to best exfiltrate this once valuable asset, the Air Force is slowly coming to the realization that there is more to the disappearance of one of its own than at first appears. The clock ticks as the Air Force soon realizes that their missing man is a potential spy, but that time is enough for the agent to reach Cuba. Unsure what to do with a once-valuable agent, the Ministry for State Security considers extreme options. As the man discovers he is to be sent to Sweden to fend for himself, he comes to the painful realization that he was nothing more than a valuable pawn. Within months, however, he is sent to work against his former colleagues again, this time from the safety of secret sites in East Berlin. Soon he is listening the United States Embassy and has a front row seat in the political battle between East and West. Painfully aware that his adopted home is slowly but inevitably collapsing under the economic and political pressures within, he watches as the noose slowly closes around his neck.1990 brings reunification and open borders, but he is trapped. The man believes that his German passport gives him protection. While others flee or commit suicide, he has chosen to remain, since the papers he received from the MfS may not withstand intense scrutiny. After receiving a tip-off from an East German defector, the United States believes it has found its man. On April 22nd, 1991, the exact date of his defection in 1983, an apprehension team of the United States Air Force Office of Special Investigations kidnaps the former sergeant on a busy street and secretly returns him to the United States to face trial in an empty courtroom.Seized by the US government in 1997, and now censored by NSA , the story can finally be told by the man who lived it.More info: http://www.against-all-enemi.es/

Against All Enemies

Author: Harold Coyle
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780765363862
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When one man decides to send a message to the government by bombing a federal building, the explosion is felt all across the United States. The chain reaction that follows resonates most powerfully with members of a rebel band in Idaho who call themselves “Patriots.” They want freedom from government control, no matter how much deadly force it takes. Thrown into the battle is Lieutenant Nathan Dixon, who is sent to quell a potentially dangerous situation. He’ll need every bit of his training, as Idaho’s charismatic governor, George Oliver “GO” Thomas, unleashes an agenda all his own, one that will truly have an effect on the whole country. New York Times bestselling author Harold Coyle gives us an intimate portrait of the men and women who fight to uphold their different visions of America against all enemies.

Against All Enemies

Author: John Gilstrap
Publisher: Pinnacle
ISBN: 0786035064
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Jonathan Grave finds it hard to believe that a fellow combat vet has gone rogue, killing American agents and leaking sensitive intel to hostile foreign interests. With black ops assassins on the trail of his old friend, Grave sets out to get to him first. He finds far more than he bargained for. Not only the wily operative, but evidence of a conspiracy so dangerous, so far-reaching, that an unthinkable tragedy is in-motion. Grave and his elite team of specialists must expose a deadly high-level secret —and do it in time to avert a catastrophe of historic proportions…

Against All Enemies

Author: John G. Hemry
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0441013821
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When the starship USS Michaelson is compromised after the South Asian Alliance opens fire on an asteroid, legal officer Paul Sinclair is ordered by NCIS to work covertly as a spy and expose a traitor who is selling secrets to the enemy. Original.

The Ultimates Against All Enemies

Author: Alex Irvine
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416510710
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When the government refuses to make available a technology capable of detecting Chitauri, Captain America leaks the secret, causing discord among his teammates, while Hank Pym experiments with his own way to identify the alien menace.

Against All Enemies

Author: Seymour M. Hersh
Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 9780345427489
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Argues that the American military should be truthful about the origins of the symptoms affecting many Gulf War veterans and take responsibility for treatment

Against All Enemies

Author: Kenneth J. Hagan
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 0313252807
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This book should be part of every professional development program. In fact, this book shows that `reform' groups pose the greatest threat to our country's security, because their agendas generally impede progress and modernization. For this reason, if for no other, soldiers and civilians should read it. Infantry

Ghost Wars

Author: Steve Coll
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141935790
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The news-breaking book that has sent schockwaves through the White House, Ghost Wars is the most accurate and revealing account yet of the CIA's secret involvement in al-Qaeada's evolution. Prize-winning journalist Steve Coll has spent years reporting from the Middle East, accessed previously classified government files and interviewed senior US officials and foreign spymasters. Here he gives the full inside story of the CIA's covert funding of an Islamic jihad against Soviet forces in Afghanistan, explores how this sowed the seeds of bn Laden's rise, traces how he built his global network and brings to life the dramatic battles within the US government over national security. Above all, he lays bare American intelligence's continual failure to grasp the rising threat of terrrorism in the years leading to 9/11 - and its devastating consequences.