The Lessons of the COVID-19 Pandemic for Intelligence Manuscripts submitted to the editors by 1 May 2021.

Expected publication date 30 June 2021

The Lessons of the COVID-19 Pandemic for Intelligence. By transforming security as we know it, the SARSCoV-2 virus has forced the redirection of global intelligence resources to the aim of combatting the pandemic. Intelligence agencies the world over continue to operate on the front lines of the fight against the pandemic, with mixed success. The Journal of European and American Intelligence Studies is issuing a call for papers that examine the intersection between intelligence and biological challenges to security, with a focus on topics such as bio-security, bio-surveillance and bio-defense, among others.

Relevant topics include: ▪ bio-security ▪ bio-surveillance ▪ bio-defense ▪ medical intelligence ▪ critical intelligence ▪ strategic intelligence ▪ intelligence communications ▪ intelligence cooperation ▪ intelligence and telework ▪ intelligence logistics ▪ intelligence management ▪ scientific intelligence. Read more


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