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RIEAS’s director, John M. Nomikos had a meeting with Mr. M. Aynul Islam, Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science, Jagannath University in Bangladesh. Prof. M. Aynul Islam focuses his academic research on: Radicalism, Terrorism and Security in South Asia (Bangladesh, Pakistan and India).


By Dr. Joseph Fitsanakis

Note: Dr. Joseph Fitsanakis (joe [at] intelNews.org) teaches politics, history and intelligence at King College, USA. He is Senior Editor at www.intelNews.org.

Gordon Thomas’ Secret Wars (St. Martin’s Press, 2009), whose publication coincides with the centennial year of Britain’s intelligence and security services, is a useful historical narrative of MI5 and MI6. The book’s strength rests on Thomas’ skilled storytelling, which, coupled with some interesting new information, will appeal to both popular enthusiasts and scholarly devotees of intelligence history. The latter, however, will have to overcome the surprising absence of any source notes in the book. Thomas attempts to make up for this by naming approximately half of his primary information sources. Noticeably, however, of the author’s 44 named primary sources, 12 are Israelis and only 11 are British.

Mr. Kyriakopoulos Konstantinos (Journalist) contributed to RIEAS the following research articles: Illegal Trade (in Greek) and Children’s Sexual Abuse (in Greek).
Dr. Andrew Liaropoulos, (RIEAS Senior Analyst) will participate in the EUISS-Cambridge Summer School Programme 2009, from the 14th until the 18th of July 2009. The title of the programme is “A Summer Course on European Security and National Traditions.” Some of the issues that will be studied are the “debate on Securitization”, “working groups on national perspectives on European Security Culture.”
Florina Cristiana Matei, “Combating Terrorism and Organized Crime: South Eastern Europe Collective Approaches”, RIEAS: Research Paper, No. 133, (July 2009).
We are inviting Classical Scholars (Historians, Archaeologists) to examine the evidence on the history of Macedonia. The dispute between two countries for the name "Macedonia" brought up misinformation and inaccuracies concerning ancient Macedonia and its king Alexander the Great. The scholarly community has a duty to preserve historic truth. An example of what we would like is the evidence presented in the "articles" section. Read more.

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(Ταξίαρχος Πολεμικής Αεροπορίας ε.α, πρώην γεωστρατηγικός αναλυτής ΓΕΕΘΑ (Αύγουστος 2000 – Ιούνιος 2009)

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Η Ευρωπαϊκή Στατιστική Υπηρεσία χαρακτηρίζει ως μετανάστη αυτόν που είναι γεννημένος στην αλλοδαπή (foreign born), αλλά κατοικεί και δραστηριοποιείται στη χώρα υποδοχής.Σύμφωνα με την UNHCR (Ύπατη Αρμοστεία του ΟΗΕ για τους Πρόσφυγες), ως παράνομος ή μη κανονικός μετανάστης (irregular migrant) χαρακτηρίζεται το άτομο, το οποίο εισήλθε και διαμένει στη χώρα χωρίς να διαθέτει τα νόμιμα έγγραφα μετανάστευσης (undocumented arrivals). Read more

Ependitis (Investor, Greek Weekly Newspaper) points out RIEAS New Web Site on 27 June 2009, page: 34.


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