eia99Copyright @ 2022 www.euintelligenceacademy.eu/EIAblog (European Intelligence Academy) - Posted at RIEAS (www.rieas.gr) on 24 November 2022.

Future historians are likely to assess the impact of COVID-19 on scholarly inquiry as mixed. The pandemic compelled an unparalleled growth in mRNA medicines and pharmaceutical science more broadly. It also forced a re-evaluation of the use of emergency medicine practices in public health. At the same time, however, COVID-19 hampered scholarly cooperation by preventing experts from gathering and sharing ideas through discussion. That is why the recent conference of the International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE), which took place from October 20 to 22 in South Carolina, was such a significant event. It was the first face-to-face gathering of the IAFIE scholarly community in the United States since 2019. In a sense, it bridged the gap caused by the pandemic and, in doing so, brought back the sense of optimism that is inherent in scholarly inquiry. Dozens of intelligence studies scholars, current and former practitioners, as well as graduate and undergraduate students, came together at the Citadel in South Carolina, to break bread and re-connect. Read more

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