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Jrnl Intel & Nat Sec Jun 26
Some intelligence history humour for the weekend!
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Jrnl Intel & Nat Sec Jun 26
Our latest print edition, Vol 35, Number 4 (June 2020) is out now. It's a special issue on Health Security Intelligence! This was planned well before the current pandemic but has proved to be very topical.
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David Strachan-Morris Jun 21
Great to see a former student on the MA DL Intelligence and Security getting her first publication in . Well done, !
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Celia G Parker Jun 20
Happily coinciding with 10 years since its creation, my first article (on the UK’s NSC) has been published in ! And there are 50 free copies to download here:
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Hager Ben Jaffel Jun 13
At last! My first article has just been published 50 free eprints👇Enjoy the read 📖 Britain’s European connection in counter-terrorism intelligence cooperation: everyday practices of police liaison officers
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Jrnl Intel & Nat Sec Jun 3
Alan Barnes' article on Canadian intelligence on WMD in Iraq is trending at No. 1 in the Political Science rankings.
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Politics & Contemporary History at Salford May 31
"Facing the Dictators: Anthony Eden, the Foreign Office and British , 1935–1945" by Dr Dan Lomas, published by 's International History Review, is now open access ⬇️⬇️
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Jrnl Intel & Nat Sec May 30
Alan Barnes’ recent article “Getting it right: Canadian Intelligence on Iraq, 2002-2003” is straight into the charts, trending at No 1 on the History rankings
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Tim Sayle May 29
"Getting it right: Canadian intelligence assessments on Iraq, 2002-2003" by Alan Barnes now available . A very important article. The Canadian story has, for too long, been left out of scholarly discussion re: intelligence & the Iraq War.
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Dr. Adrian Hänni May 28
Replying to @IntelNatSecJnl
This illustrates that covert action often has a signaling function as well. Miguel Grossmann and I distinguish and analyze different forms of 'signaling through covert action' in a recent article in . [4/8]
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International Security and Intelligence May 26
We are pleased to share a recent publication in written by ISI co-convener, Dr David Gioe, a frequent ISI conference presenter, Dr Joseph M. Hatfield, and Dr Mark Stout. Take a look!
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Jrnl Intel & Nat Sec May 27
Interesting story in about Maximator, the European intelligence sharing alliance, which quotes Bart Jacobs: For the full story, read Bart Jacobs' original article here:
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Shashank Joshi May 26
A short piece in on the Maximator signals-intelligence alliance between Denmark, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands and France. Formed in the 1970s, active today—and described in public for the first time last month.
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Jrnl Intel & Nat Sec May 23
We have another article trending with ! Maria Robson’s article on Canada and Five Eyes intelligence sharing.
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Stephen Marrin May 19
Good new contribution to intelligence studies. Maria Robson's new article has been published, titled: "The third eye: Canada’s development of autonomous signals intelligence to contribute to Five Eyes intelligence sharing."
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Dr Patrick F Walsh May 14
Improving ‘Five Eyes’ Health Security Intelligence capabilities: leadership and governance challenges
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Jeffrey G. Karam May 12
My review article “Reflections on Rules: the wider consequences of US foreign and policy in in the 1980s” was just published by . Feel free to DM if you want access.
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Jrnl Intel & Nat Sec May 11
Replying to @marco_munier
Thank you!
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International Security and Intelligence May 11
ISI co-convener and Head of the Department of War Studies , Dr Michael Goodman, was invited to edit a special issue of . Take a peek!
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Jrnl Intel & Nat Sec May 2
We are trending in History; Brian Adeba’s () article on intelligence oversight in South Sudan is at No. 2!
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