cpaperExpected 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

call13aThe fall of communism has generated a security crisis in the Balkans, which was amplified by the ethnic and religious conflicts that took place during the Yugoslav Wars. Yet recent historiography does not contain enough solid accounts on the causes of religious radicalization in the post-communist Balkan states with a significant Muslim population. In a significant proportion, studies on the consequences of radicalization for the internal policies of the states towards Islam and Muslims as a religious minority group are also missing. Read more

secjournal"SECURITY SCIENCE JOURNAL" is an open access, peer-reviewed international interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary journal published by the Institute for National and International Security (Serbia), The Europa Institute, Bar-Ilan University, Israel, The Research Institute for European and American Studies - RIEAS (Greece) and ITS – Institute for Transnational Studies (Germany). Security Science Journal is first of this kind in the World with aim and goal to prove that Security is Science with its own specific methodologies and theories that Security Science is based on. Read more

atabwarcollegeCertified Intelligence Officer course launched by ATAB USA

Chairperson, Keith Flanigan PhD CMAS USA

Director, John Sears CMAS USA

Honorary Director, Daniel Sánchez OIS, MSc Anti-Terrorist Intelligence/Counterintelligence Specialist, Global Security Director 

Course Director, John M Nomikos CMAS, Greece
Secretary Course Committee John M Nomikos CMAS, Director, RIEAS Greece

Course Administrator and Design, Keshav Mazumdar, Antiterrorist Officer CPO CAS ASC FNWC ATO CMAS India

Course designed by Keshav Mazumdar CAS CMAS ATO FNWC ASC CPO Administrator Army XXII India & Course Director John Nomikos, CMAS, Greece
ATAB Chair Keith Flanigan and Director John Sears USA.

ATAB USA has launched a certification course entitled Certified Intelligence Officer (CIO) with the twin objectives to enhance the situational and intelligence awareness of commanders at all levels and prepare future intelligencers to understand intelligence from a very professional perspective, not regular training methods.

Read more: ATAB War College in Europe Information (PDF Format)

Read more:Keshav Mazumdar Video (13 minutes) on Certified Intelligence Officer Levels 1 2 & 3 ATAB USA & Europe Branch

Read more: CV for Keshav Mazumdar

Read more: CV for John M Nomikos

Read more:  CV for Daniel Sanchez

Read more:
ATAB War College in Europe web link

NISAphotoNetherlands Intelligence Studies Association (NISA)

For the past few years, the world has been receiving mixed messages about the world of intelligence. On the one hand, we are told that ‘the trade’- the techniques used to gather intelligence - has changed markedly: we now live in an information age, in which big data and social media intelligence transform signals intelligence at its core. Adding to that human intelligence has to adapt, since cameras are everywhere and covers are blown in the blink of an eye. Read more

call13aThe topic of the June 2019 Volume of the Journal of European and American Intelligence Studies (JEAIS) is “Intelligence Cooperation: Looking Ahead of 2020s”. This issue aims to address the dynamics of intelligence interaction between both domestic and international agencies and organizations, among military, civilian and hybrid structures, within the Government and the Private Sector, from a wide range of perspectives. Read more

jeais photo(Journal of European and American Intelligence Studies, vol.1:2, December 2018, ISSN: 2585-383X)

The topic of the December 2018 Volume of the Journal of European and American Intelligence Studies (JEAIS) addresses an aspect of traditional intelligence that the Intelligence Studies (IS) literature has neglected so far. Although private intelligence companies offering services to the government have become notorious, corporations across various industries are opting to establish in-house intelligence units designed to protect their assets. At the same time, intelligence continues to be considered mainly a function of government, but many intelligence professionals are retiring early from the Intelligence Community (IC) and shifting to the private sector. Within the last decade, companies have established intelligence centers as they realize they cannot solely rely on the Government and its services to protect their operations, reputation and assets. Read more

call13aThe topic of the December 2018 Volume of the Journal of European and American Intelligence Studies (JEAIS) is “The Role of Intelligence in the Private Sector.” This issue will address an aspect of traditional intelligence that the Intelligence Studies (IS) literature has neglected so far. Building upon the definition of Private Sector Intelligence (PSI) coined by Torres-Bacheș (JMBI, 2017). Read more

turkeyphoto91Copyright: Research Institute for European and American Studies ( Publication date: 10 April 2018

Note: The article reflects the opinion of the author and not necessarily the views of the Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS).

With escalating tensions in the Aegean, and mounting Turkish provocations aiming to create an “accident,” or a Gleiwitz incident, in the Archipelago or along the Greek-Turkish land frontier, as a pretext for war, RIEAS inaugurates today the TURKEY MONITOR WEEKLY NEWSLETTER.

The newsletter offers a collection of online news and resources on Turkey’s rapidly expanding combative politics of challenging the West, threatening Greece and Cyprus, cozying up to Russia, invading Syria, threatening Iraq, demonizing Israel, befriending Iran, and giving open support to radical Islamism....Read more

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