Stefania Ducci, (RIEAS Senior Analyst & Deputy Director of the Mediterranean Council of Intelligence Studies) published an article on “Strategic Cyber Exploitation of Social Media and Networks “. Read more
John M. Nomikos (RIEAS Director) coedited a Book with M.L. Maniscalco and S. Ducci (a cura di) on “Oltre Il Segreto – Information Sharing E Intelligence Transnazionale” (Beyond Secret – Information Sharing and Transnational Intelligence), Libero Con-Testo Publishing Company, July 2011, Rome, Italy. Read moreand also published an analysis on “Migratiecrisis in zuidoostelijk deel Middellandse Zeegebied” (Migration Crisis in the South-Eastern Mediterranean region), Magazine Nationale Veiligheid en crisisbeheersing (Ministry of Interior), August 2011, The Netherlands.
Andrew Liaropoulos, ‘War and Ethics in Cyberspace: Cyber-Conflict and Just War Theory’, in Ryan, Julie (ed), Leading Issues in Information Warfare & Security Research, vol. 1 (Reading: Academic Publishing International Ltd, 2011), pp.118-130.
RIEAS joined the Virtual Library in International Affairs Resources, Internet directory of over 2000 annotated links to high-quality English-language sources of information and analysis in a wide range of international affairs, international studies, and international relations topics. Read more
Dimitris Bekiaris, Journalist in “AXIA” (Greek National Weekly Newspaper) and RIEAS Senior Analyst, interviewed Mr. David Harris, American Jewish Committee Director, on Greek Israeli relations. Read more
Dr. Petrus Duvenage joined RIEAS International Advisory Board. Dr. Duvenage completed his Ph.D in Political Science at the University of Pretoria (South Africa) in 2010. His doctoral thesis, entitled “Open-Source Environmental Scanning and Risk Assessment in the Statutory Counterespionage milieu”, examines the utilization of overt information in statutory counterespionage practice. A conceptual framework for the methodological structuring of open-source based environmental scanning, aimed at the identification and assessment of espionage risks to national security, is advanced.
Dr. Shlomo Shpiro (deputy head of the political studies department at Bar-Ilan University, Senior Research Fellow at the BESA Center for Strategic Studies and RIEAS Member of International Advisory Board) published an article on “Calm Winds and Following Seas” in the Jerusalem Post (31 May 2011). Read more