Colonel Jan-Inge Svensson recently retired from the Swedish Armed Forces. He has filled various billets in the General Staff and in the Swedish Armed Forces Intelligence Department. His final active duty posting was Commanding Officer, Swedish Armed Forces Intelligence and Security Centre. In 1995 he was head of G-2 (Intelligence) of the United Nation Protection Force (UNPROFOR) in Zagreb. He also served as DCOS Intelligence at the European Union Operational Headquarters. Since retirement he has been course director and strategic planner for Multinational Information Sharing and Sense-Making of the Folke Bernadotte Academy in Sweden, and is one of those in senior ranks of the Nordic Countries who have been asked to create a United Nations Peacekeeping Intelligence Curriculum. He also works with Security Management and is Head of Security at the Academy. Colonel Svensson served as Aide de Camp to His Majesty the King of Sweden for 12 years.

Prof.  M.L. Maniscalco is the Director of the MA in Peacekeeping Security Studies at the University of Rome (Tre) in Italy. Read more