List of Figures and Tables Preface Acronyms and Abbreviations Glossary Chronology Introduction PART 1: ASIO DURING THE VIETNAM WAR, 1963-1972 1. The Challenge of Adolescence: ASIO's Growing Pains, 1963-1972 2. Shaping and Influencing: ASIO, Politics and the Media, 1963-1972 3. Listening and Watching: Human Intelligence Techniques and Procedures, 1963-1972 4. Tracking 'Revolutionaries': Counter-subversion Operations, 1963-1972 5. The Rise of Terrorism: Croatian Emigres and Counter-subversion, 1963-1972 6. Grappling with Dissent: Anti-Vietnam War Protests, 1963-1972 7. Refining the Methods: Counterespionage Techniques and Threats, 1963-1972 8. Looking for Leads: Counterespionage Operations against the Soviets, 1963-1972 9. Monitoring the Rest: Counterespionage and non-Soviet Targets, 1963-1972 10. Vetting and Advising: Protective Security, 1963-1972 PART 2: INTERNATIONAL AND OVERSEAS ENGAGEMENT, 1963-1975 11. Operations Far and Wide: ASIO's Foreign and Overseas Connections, 1963-1972 12. Australia's Cold War Frontline: ASIO in Papua New Guinea, 1962-1975 by Rhys Crawley PART 3: ASIO AND THE WHITLAM YEARS, 1972-1975 13. Whitlam, Murphy and the 'Raid': Turbulent Times, 1972-1973 14. Beyond the Murphy Raid: ASIO in Turmoil, 1972-1975 15. Responding to New Priorities: Countersubversion and Counterterrorism, 1973-1975 16. Multiplying Targets: Counterespionage, 1973-1975 17. Changing the Rules: Protective Security, 1973-1974 18. ASIO on the Brink: The Last Days of the Whitlam Government, 1974-1975 Conclusion: Reflections on ASIO in Transition Bibliography Notes Index
John Blaxland is a Senior Fellow at the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at the Australian National University and a former Director of Joint Intelligence Operations at Headquarters Joint Operations Command. He is also co-author of the third volume in the Official History of ASIO series, The Secret Cold War.