The EIA has participated in the second annual conference of the International Association for Intelligence Education - European Chapter, which took place in Athens between June 22 to 24. The EIA also helped sponsor the event, which was titled: "Intelligence Studies in a Time of European Crisis".
EIA Deputy Director Dr. Joseph Fitsanakis has given an interview to the Russian-language service of the Voice of America, about the arrest of the American intelligence contractor Reality Leigh Winner on charges of espionage.
EIA Director Dr. John Nomikos delivered a lecture on “Intelligence Cooperation and Maritime Security in the Mediterranean Region” at the American Military University in Charles Town, West Virginia, USA.
The EIA has published the second issue of The Intelligence Review, a compendium of useful analytical forecasts relating to some of the most pressing questions in international security today. The Intelligence Review is the product of a collaboration between the EIA and the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief (CIB), a student-run initiative supported by the Department of Politics at Coastal Carolina University in South Carolina, United States. For more about The Intelligence Review see the announcement on the website of the CIB. The volume is available to download for free, here. To order printed copies, please contact EIA Deputy Director Dr Joseph Fitsanakis at joe (at) intelnews.org or 423-742-1627 in the United States.
The EIA is pleased to welcome Dr. Stephan Blancke to its Advisory Board. Currently a researcher for the London-based Project Alpha at the Centre for Science and Security Studies, King’s College, Dr. Blancke has an extensive publication record. His recent works include an edited volume on East Asian Intelligence and Organised Crime and a study of the WMD cooperation between Pakistan and North Korea.
The EIA has published the first issue of The Intelligence Review, a compendium of useful analytical forecasts relating to some of the most pressing questions in international security today. The Intelligence Review is the product of a collaboration between the EIA and the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief (CIB), a student-run initiative supported by the Department of Politics at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina, United States. For more about The Intelligence Review see the announcement on the website of the CIB. The volume is available to download for free, here. To order printed copies, please contact EIA Deputy Director Dr Joseph Fitsanakis at joe (at) intelnews.org or 423-742-1627 in the United States.
The EIA is pleased to welcome Dr. Renato Caputo to its Advisory Board. Based in Italy, Dr. Caputo is Vice President of Italy's National Criminological Register and President of the Multinational Intelligence Studies Campus in Mardid, Spain.
The EIA has signed an official partnership agreement with Mediterranean Affairs. The Italy-based think-tank is led by Mr. Giacomo Morabito, a researcher for Wikistrat who has also worked for the Centro Studi Internazionali in Rome, the MEDEA Institute in Brussels, as well as for the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Mr. Morabito has also joined the EIA Advisory Board.
The EIA has reaffirmed its partnership with the Multinational Intelligence Studies Campus (MISC). Founded in 2011, and headquartered in Madrid, Spain, the MISC is a nonpartisan institution that provides a forum for international specialists to exchange ideas regarding effective intelligence in a democratic society.
EIA Deputy Director, Dr. Joseph Fitsanakis, has presented his research at the 2016 Conference of the New York Military Affairs Symposium, in New York City, NY. The conference, entitled "Espionage: From Cold War to Asymmetric Conflict", also featured Dr. Mark Kramer, Director of Cold War Studies at Harvard University, and Mark Mazzetti of The New York Times. The panel discussion was aired by C-SPAN television in the United States and can be watched in its entirety here.
EIA Director, Dr. John Nomikos, and EIA Advisory Board members Dr. Shlomo Shpiro, Dr. Darko Trifunović, and Ms. Anna Abelmann, have participated in the Zagreb Security Forum 2016, in Zagreb, Croatia. The forum was organized under the auspices of the President of the Republic of Croatia, Ms. Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović.
The EIA has helped organize the 1st Annual European Union-China Seminar at Charles University in Prague. Participants in the seminar included Chinese scholars from the Center for American Studies at the Renmin University of China, Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, and Charles University in the Czech Republic.
EIA Director, Dr. John Nomikos, has participated in an international workshop entitled "The smaller European Intelligence and Security Services: National Intelligence Systems and Their Environments", organized in Breda, the Netherlands, by the Netherlands Intelligence Studies Association.
The EIA, in cooperation with the Research Institute for European and American Studies, are organizing a seminar entitled "Intelligence and Counterterrorism: New Actors and New Practices". The seminar, to be held in Athens, Greece, is supported by the Antiterrorism Accreditation Board (ATAB).
The EIA has published its first eBook, entitled Open Source Information and the Future of Intelligence, authored by OSINT security analyst Antony Antoniou. The publication is available here.