ISP Post-Doctoral Research Fellow featured in The Defense Post

Aug 17, 2018

ISP Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Dr. Kiril Avramov's article Does the murder of 3 journalists in Central African Republic expose Russia's 'raid, seize and exploit' strategy?  was recently published in The Defense Post 

ISP Dir. Steve Slick's commentary in War on the Rocks on Why US Intelligence Should Embrace Senator Sasse's Solarium Commission

Aug 16, 2018

ISP Director Steve Slick recently published U.S. Intelligence Should Embrace Sasse's Solarium Commission in War on the Rocks

ISP Director Slick Reviews "Spy Watching: Intelligence Accountability in the United States”

Aug 09, 2018

The Intelligence Studies Director Steve Slick recently reviewed Loch Johnson's "Spy Watching: Intelligence Accountability in the United States" in an article published by Lawfare

ISP Post-Doctoral Research Fellow's Recommended Readings for Graduate Students

Aug 09, 2018

ISP Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Dr. Kiril Avramov has assembled a reading list for graduate students interested in the topics of Propaganda and Influence and Disinformation and Information Warfare. 

Dr. Kiril Avramov, ISP Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Interviewed by Canadian Global News

Aug 07, 2018

ISP Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Dr. Kiril Avramov, was recently interviewed by Canadian Global News for their article Expendables: How shadowy mercenaries cash in on Russia's wars

ISP Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Recently Quoted in Polygraph

Aug 02, 2018

The Intelligence Studies Project's Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Dr. Kiril Avramov was recently featured in Polygraph's article Russian Journalists Murdered in Africa - What Russia Does Not Say

ISP Announces New Fall 2018 Graduate Course: "Strategic Communications for National Security"

Jul 31, 2018

During the 2018 fall semester, the Intelligence Studies Project and the LBJ School of Public Affairs will offer graduate students the opportunity to learn about the history and modern practice of strategic communications with a focus on how governments use information campaigns to shape foreign perceptions of national security issues. The course, PA 388K, will be led by Dr. Alan Kessler and is designed for graduate students and advanced undergraduate students who have an interest in foreign perceptions of the United States and public diplomacy initiatives to inform, influence, and persuade the foreign publics to support - or at least to not actively oppose - US national security objectives. 

Texas Intelligence Academy: Class of 2018

May 21, 2018

The 2018 Texas Intelligence Academy welcomed its inaugural class this Sunday, May 20 in Washington D.C. 

Research Opportunity: Russian Information Warfare (Fall Semester 2018)

May 11, 2018

UT-Austin's Intelligence Studies Project is seeking an energetic and well organized student to assist with ongoing research into aspects of Russian propaganda and information operations.

ISP Post-Doctoral Research Fellow featured in The Defense Post

May 09, 2018

ISP Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Kiril Avramov's article Expanding global footprint: Russia builds on Syria experiments in Central Africa was recently published in The Defense Post