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After the publication of King University’s first Security and Intelligence Studies Journal (SISJornal), King once again finds two of its own making significant contributions to intelligence studies. Dr. Joseph Fitsanakis, director of the King Institute for Security and Intelligence Studies, and instructor and coordinator for King’s SIS program, and Katelyn Hodges, King senior majoring in Neuroscience and minoring in SIS,co-authored an article that was included in the inaugural edition of the Journal of Mediterranean and Balkan Intelligence (JMBI)... Read more

Dr. Nikos Laos, an analyst and Philosopher, has published a New Book (in Greek language) about Geopolitics, Ideology, Global Economy, Energy, Terrorism, etc in Athens, Greece Read more

John M Nomikos, RIEAS Director is appointed (October 2013) as an Editor in Greece and Balkans in the Eye Spy Magazine in UK…  Read more

RIEAS is the “Web Site” of the Week (16-22 September 2013) for the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) …. Read more

Dr. John M Nomikos, RIEAS Director, joined the International Editorial Board of the Bulgarian Military History Journal (Voenen Zhurnal).

Prof. Andrey Kortunov is  President in the New Eurasia Foundation in Russia.

Dr. Diego Bonila is a researcher in the Departamento de Biblioteconomía y Documentación, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain.

Chikara Hashimoto is a Research Assistant (PhD Candidate) in the Intelligence Studies/International History at the Centre for Intelligence and International Security Studies (CIISS), Aberystwyth University, UK.

John M Nomikos (RIEAS Director) participated in one-day (10 June 2013) NATO discussion-seminar about the Role and Vision of NATO in the world. Among other Senior NATO Officials, the Deputy General Secretary briefed us about the strategic role of NATO as well as the emerging threats that NATO will face in the coming decades. The NATO Seminar was extremely productive and fruitful to the participants, which were from several states such as: Greece, Croatia, Albania, Spain, Czech Republic, Germany, Turkey, Denmark, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and United Kingdom.   

Andrew N. Liaropoulos participated in the 5th International Conference on Cyber Conflict that took place in Tallinn, Estonia in 5-7 June 2013 and was organized by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence. The conference focused on legal, policy, strategic and technical spectra of cyber conflict.

 

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