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Stefania Ducci coauthored a book titled: “Profiling Hackers: The Science of Criminal Profiling as Applied to the World of Hacking by Raul Chiesa, Stefania Ducci and Silvio Clappi, 262 pages, Auerbach Publications, 2008.
Andrew Liaropoulos participated in the “International Seminar on Common Security and Defense Policy” that was organized by the Hellenic Air Force Academy, 15-19 November 2010 and presented a paper titled “European Security Strategy.”
John M. Nomikos participated in IDC Business Intelligence 2010- Prioritizing for Renewed Opportunities Conference, November 19, 2010, Athens, Greece.
The Center for Cold War Studies in the University of Southern Denmark and RIEAS initiates the “Mediterranean-Baltic Intelligence Working Group.” Dr. Thomas Wegener Friis is the Coordinator for the Baltic Working Group and Dr. John M. Nomkos is the Coordinator for the Mediterranean Working Group.
RIEAS has published the speeches from the last workshop on: “PKK: Freedom Fighters or Terrorists?” The speakers are: Dr. Darko Trifunovic, Dr. Antonis Deriziotis, Dr. George Filis, Dr. Konstantinos Grivas and Mr. George Tsiboukis. Read more
John M. Nomikos (RIEAS Director) has published an article titled: “European Union Intelligence Cooperation: A Greek Approach” in the European Business Review (October 2010). Read more
Leo S.F. Lin (RIEAS Research Associate) has published an article on “Conceptualizing Transnational Organized Crime in East Asia in the Era of Globalization: Taiwan’s Perspective.” Read more 

Dr. Panayotis A. Yannakogeorgos received his Ph.D. (2009) and M.Sc. (2007) in Global Affairs from Rutgers University, and his ALB in Philosophy from Harvard University, cum laude, in 2005. He completed a dissertation project investigating how conflict in cyberspace affects the politics of global cybersecurity and the digital Information Society. The focus of his interdisciplinary research is on international cybersecurity policy, global change and governance, violent non-state actors, international law, philosophy, history and Hellenism. He designed and teaches the upper-level undergraduate Political Science course "Problems in International Relations: Diplomacy and Intelligence" at Rutgers University. He is Founding Publisher of the Journal of Global Change and Governance.


Dr. Prem Mahadevan is a Senior Researcher at the Center for Security Studies in Zurich, Switzerland. He completed a BA in War Studies and an MA in Intelligence Studies from King’s College London, before embarking on a doctorate on Indian counterterrorism intelligence. He has written numerous journal articles on security affairs and is the author of a widely-read short monograph on the Pakistani intelligence service ISI. He is also the first Indian scholar to specialize in intelligence issues. His responsibilities at the CSS include the study of sub-state conflicts and organized crime.

Leo S.F. LIN is a Foreign Affairs Police Officer in Taiwan (R.O.C). He specializes on transnational organized crime, illegal immigration and human trafficking in the Balkan region. He graduated (B.A.) in Crime Prevention and Corrections from Central Police University (Taiwan, R.O.C), and he received a M.A. in International Relations from Indianapolis University (Athens Campus). 



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