• AUTHORED BOOKS
The Black Door: Spies, Secret Intelligence and British Prime Ministers, co-authored with Rory Cormac, William Collins hardback 2016, ISBN: 978-0007555444, Pp.606. Paperback 2017. Translated into Chinese and Romanian. Nominated for Orwell book prize and Mackenzie book prize. REF 2020.
GCHQ: The Uncensored History of Britain’s Most Secret Intelligence Agency, Harper Collins hardback 2010, paperback 2011, ISBN: 978-0007312658, Pp.666. (GCHQ was the subject of a round-table in Britain and the World: Historical Journal of the British Scholar Society 5/1 (March 2012) pp.127-47.)
The Hidden Hand: Britain, America and Cold War Secret Intelligence, UK John Murray, 2001/US Penguin-Putnam, 2002, republished by Duckworth 2006, single author monograph, Pp.740. (The Hidden Hand was the Winner of the Donner Book Prize for Transatlantic Relations administered by the University of Cambridge, 2002, and short-listed for the Westminster Medal.)
Intelligence and the War Against Japan: Britain, America and the Politics of Secret Service, Cambridge University Press, 2000, single author monograph, Pp.500. (Intelligence and the War Against Japan was published in Japanese by Kobunsha, Tokyo, in 2003.)
The Key to the South: Britain, the United States and Thailand During the Approach of the Pacific War, 1929-42, Oxford University Press, 1993, single author monograph, Pp.416.
• EDITED BOOKS
Secret Intelligence: A Reader, Routledge, 2009, 1st edition 2009, 2nd edition due 2017, Pp.540. Lead editor, co-edited with Christopher Andrew & Wesley K. Wark.
The Clandestine Cold War in Asia, 1945-65: Western Intelligence, Propaganda, Security and Special Operations, Frank Cass, 2000, Pp.240, co-edited with Gary Rawnsley and Ming-yeh Rawnsley.
Intelligence, Defence and Diplomacy: British Policy in the Post-war World, Frank Cass, 1994, Pp.273, co-edited with Michael Hopkins.
British Intelligence, Strategy and the Cold War, 1945-51, Routledge, 1992, Pp.347.
• PUBLISHED VOLUMES OF DOCUMENTS & PRIMARY SOURCES
Spying on the World: The Joint Intelligence Committee and Events which Shaped History, Edinburgh University Press, 2014, Pp.458, co-edited with Michael Goodman and Rory Cormac. This project is supported by a British Academy grant and is co-published with Oxford University Press.
The Faraway War: Personal Diaries of the Second World War in Asia and the Pacific, Doubleday, 2005, edited, Pp.706. Paperback edition, Corgi, 2006, Pp.912.
Witness to War: Diaries of the Second World War in Europe and the Middle East, Doubleday, 2004, edited, Pp.708. Paperback edition, Corgi, 2005, Pp.956.
Espionage, Security and Intelligence in Britain, 1945-1970: Documents in Contemporary History, Manchester University Press, 1998, edited Pp.262.
SELECTED ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
'Britain and the Strategic Air Offensive Against the Soviet Union: The Question of South Asian Air Bases, 1945–9', History, Vol.74 Issue.242 (January 1989): 400-426, co-authored with Michael Coleman.
'Signals Intelligence and GCHQ, 1945-70' in Intelligence and National Security, Vol.16, No.1 (Spring 2001): 67-96.
'From Ireland to Bosnia: Intelligence Support for UK Low Intensity Operations', in Wies Platje, Cees Wiebes, Robert David Steele, Ben de Jong, (eds) Peacekeeping Intelligence: Emerging Concepts for the Future (Washington DC: OSS Publications, 2001), pp.73-100.
'Liberation: Rolling Back the Frontiers of Clandestine Cold War History?', Cold War History, Vol.1, No.2 (Spring 2001): 122-134.
'Grow Your Own: Cold War Intelligence and History Supermarkets', Intelligence and National Security, Vol.17, No.1 (Spring 2002): 135-52.
'The Secret State', in Harriet Jones and Keith Middlemas (eds.) Blackwells Companion to Contemporary Britain, 1939-2000 (Oxford: Blackwells, 2005), pp.333-50.
'Intelligence', in Saki Dockrill and Geraint Hughes (eds.) Advances in Cold War History (London: Palgrave, 2006), pp.210-39.
'Setting priorities in a World of Changing Threats', in Steve Tsang (ed.), Intelligence and Human Rights in the Era of Global Terrorism (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2008), pp.158-170.
'The UK Security State', in Matthew Flinders, Andrew Gamble, Colin Hay, Mike Kenny (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of British Politics (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009).
'Regulation by Revelation?: Intelligence, Transparency and the Media', in R. Dover and M. Goodman (eds.) Spinning Intelligence: Why Intelligence Needs the Media - Why the Media needs Intelligence (New York: Columbia University Press, 2009). pp.13-36.
'Intelligence and International Security', in A. Denemark (ed.) The International Studies Encyclopedia Vol.VI. (Oxford: International Studies Association/Wiley-Blackwell, 2010) pp.3824-3842.
' "A profoundly disruptive force": The CIA, Historiography and the impact of Globalization', Intelligence and National Security, Vol.26, No.2 (2011):1-20,
'Security Policy and Surveillance in Britain', in Colin Hay, Richard Heffernan and Philip Cowley (eds.) Developments in British Politics 9 (London: Palgrave, 2011) - co-authored with Antony Field, pp.280-301.
' "A skeleton in our cupboard" British Interrogation Procedures in Northern Ireland’, in M. Goodman and R. Dover (eds.) Learning from the Secret Past: Cases in British Intelligence History (Washington DC: Georgetown University Press, 2011), pp.161-189.
'Intelligence and European Union', in Erik Jones, Anand Menon & Stephen Weatherill (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the European Union (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp.627-42.
'CIA History as a Cold War Battleground: The Forgotten First Wave of Agency Narratives' in Christopher Moran and Christopher Murphy (eds.) Framing Intelligence History: The Historiography of British and American Secret Services since 1945 (New York: Columbia University Press/Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012).
‘Waiting to be kissed? NATO, NORTHAG and Intelligence’, in Jan Hoffenaar and Dieter Krüger, (eds.) Blueprints for Battle: Planning for War in Central Europe, 1948-1968 ISBN: 978-0-8131-3651-6 (University of Kentucky Press, 2012). pp.55-72.
'British Intelligence During the Cold War', in Karina Urbach and Jonathan Haslam (eds.) Secret Intelligence in the European States System, 1918-1989 (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2013), pp.149-170.
‘Counting the Cost of Intelligence: The Treasury, National Service and GCHQ’, English Historical Review, Volume CXXX, Issue 529 (2013), 0013-8266
‘Globalisation and Borders’, in Robert Dover, Michael S. Goodman, Claudia Hillebrand (eds.) Routledge Companion to Intelligence Studies (London: Routledge, 2013), pp 264-73, co-authored with Zakia Shiraz.
‘Securing Freedom: Obama, the NSA and American Foreign Policy’, in Inderjeet Parmar, Linda B. Miller, Mark Ledwidge (eds.) Obama and the World: New Directions in US Foreign Policy (London: Routledge, 2nd edition 2014), co-authored with Andrew Hammond.
‘The Intellectual Redneck: William Odom and NSA’, in Christopher Moran, Mark Stout, Ionna Iordanou, Paul Maddrell (ed.) Spychiefs: Vol.1 Intelligence Leaders in the United States and the United Kngdom (Washington DC: Georgetown University Press, 2017), 183-208.
Strategic Culture as a Constraint: Intelligence Analysis, Memory and Organizational Learning in the Social Sciences and History’, Intelligence and National Security, Vol.32, No.5 (Summer 2017): 625-35. (ISA 2015 workshop special issue).
‘Intelligence’ in Paul D. Williams and Matt McDonald (eds.), Security Studies: An Introduction (3rd Edition, London: Routledge, 2018), pp.235-49.