By Doryol Taborda
Escrito em 1939 por Doryol Taborda, o livro trás uma reunião de contos policiais com muita ação, suspense e mistério:
O aniversário sangrento
As mortes em série
Os diamantes acusadores
O fantasma de Londres
O contrabando de platina
A lágrima da deusa
O pássaro da morte
O segredo da bíblia
A quadrilha do capuz negro
Contrário à evidência
A vingança do mutilado
Herdeiros da morte
A dama da túnica escarlate
O mistério do cavalo branco
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Examination of the evidence by a body of experts not wedded to the preconceptions of any particular department could scarcely have failed to lead to the conclusion that the second and third interpretations were too farfetched to be accepted… But the evidence was not examined by independent experts. The Joint Intelligence Committee was not yet an effective body. It provided intermittent contact between Directors of Intelligence or their deputies, and between them and the Foreign Office; there was little or no contact between departments at the level at which reports were scrutinized by specialists.
For the Chinese, the Vietnamese and the Arabs, for example, the Clausewitzian primacy of politics has been taken one step farther; in other words, it makes sense to resort to war even if victory is impossible, as long as one can win politically. This crucial point was repeatedly missed by Western analysts and policymakers in their experiences in Indochina, Algeria, and the Middle East. In 1973, Israeli intelligence, believing from its own experience that a military defeat was also, by definition, a political defeat and a direct threat to survival, did not understand that Egypt and Syria would even contemplate initiating a war with the full knowledge that they could not win militarily, but that they could triumph politically.
Of course, the control of information and the possibility of manipulating it (‘massaging information’) to promote the intelligence community’s political influence or beliefs is an ever present danger which gives rise to some serious ethical questions. (Were British intelligence analysts during the late 1930s justified in privately supplying Churchill with information he could use against the Government’s appeasement policies? Was Colonel Oster of the German Abwehr morally correct when he notified Allied intelligence of Hitler’s plans to attack Norway and the west?