Kiril Avramov, ISP's Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, published “Victory at Any Price: The Drive of Private Intelligence Operators in Pursuit of Enhanced HUMINT Capabilities” an article featured in December 2018's Issue 2 of the Journal of European and American Intelligence Journal.
In a recent article for EA Worldview, Dr. Kiril Avramov, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow for the Intelligence Studies Project, discusses Russia's campaign to co-opt Syrian youth for strategic influence in the Middle East.
Dr. Kiril Avramov, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Intelligence Studies Project, recently published an article with The Globe Post. The article, entitled, “Yunarmia: Meet the Young Russian Guardians of the Order,” explains why the Yunarmia, Russia’s Youth Army, is so internally popular and successful.
ISP Students Brief the TX ANG 636 Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade on PRP Findings and RecommendationsFeb 07, 2019
On January 28th, 2019, Meagan Bennett, David Kneeland, and James Wenninger from the Intelligence Studies Project’s (ISP) Professional Research Project Interagency Performance in Counterterrorism Operations: Implications for the “Gray Zone” briefed roughly seventy-five Texas Army National Guard leaders and soldiers from the 636th Military Intelligence Battalion in San Antonio in preparation of future mobilizations.
15th Annual International Association for Intelligence Education Conference Call for Proposals Due Feb. 15Feb 07, 2019
St. John’s University will host the 15th annual IAFIE conference in Queens, New York from June 9-12, 2019. The goal of the conference is to further promote intelligence education and provide an opportunity for networking among scholars and practitioners from academia, the private sector, and all levels of government. For more information, please see the call for proposals.
Brécourt Academic and Mercyhurst University's Ridge College of Intelligence Studies and Applied Sciences, in association with Global War Studies, are pleased to announce the first annual Intelligence Community Forum (ICF). Please see the call for papers here.
Conference of the North American Society for Intelligence History
The North American Society for Intelligence History (NASIH) invites proposals for papers for its inaugural conference, which will be held at the International Spy Museum, Washington, D.C. on October 19-21, 2019.
The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) is accepting applications for its Joseph S. Nye Internship program. Candidates may apply for research, external relations or development internships.
Steve Slick recently posted an essay in the Intelligence Studies series on the Lawfare national security website. The ISP Director argued that "it is not too early to begin planning a turnaround for U.S. intelligence under a new chief executive who appreciates the IC’s unique capabilities, its fragile assets and essential contributions to America’s national security.” The full text of the essay is here.