Publications

September 2021
The latest instalment in the EIA's Research Paper Series is an essay by Ellie Cassidy, entitled "Regulating Innovative Platforms: AI-Based Online Monetization Methods and Their Ramifications". It vividly and cohesively describes the way in which the digital media has utilized advancements in persuasive technology and artificial intelligence to monetize manipulation. It also outlines the security ramifications of unchecked digital media, as seen in the rise in political polarization, amplification of misinformation and modernization of systematic inequity in our time. The author then advances the argument that this increasingly dystopian reality requires external regulators to ethically occupy the public space. The paper can be accessed here [.pdf].

July 2021
The EIA continues its Research Paper Series with the publication of "Taiwanese Medical and Security Policy Towards the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Best Practice", by Yi Chen Chang. The author, a student of international security with experience in both Taiwan and Europe, outlines Taiwan’s extraordinary performance in the fight against COVID-19 in a clear and concise manner. She highlights the factors that contributed to Taiwan's successful efforts to stave off the disease, while also indicating ongoing setbacks and shortcomings in the island nation's unique approach to this critical threat. This paper contributes to the literature on national public health measures at a time of crisis, within a democratic political context. It can be accessed here [.pdf].

April 2021
EIA Director, Dr. John M. Nomikos, has published an editorial entitled "European Intelligence Academy: a Greek Approach [pdf]". The editorial details and explains the rationale behind the EIA effort, in light of recent developments in Europe, including the Joint European Union Intelligence School (JEIS), which is today led by Greece and Cyprus, and the Intelligence College in Europe (ICE), which was launched in Paris, France, in March of 2019.

September 2020
The EIA has published the eighth issue of The Intelligence Review, a volume of timely 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), an initiative supported by the Department of Politics at Coastal Carolina University in South Carolina, United States. 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.

December 2019
The EIA has published the seventh issue of The Intelligence Review, a volume of timely 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), an initiative supported by the Department of Politics at Coastal Carolina University in South Carolina, United States. 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.

April 2019
The EIA has published the sixth issue of The Intelligence Review, a volume of timely 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), an initiative supported by the Department of Politics at Coastal Carolina University in South Carolina, United States. 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.

November 2018
The EIA has published the fifth issue of The Intelligence Review, a volume of timely 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. 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.

July 2018
The EIA has inaugurated its Research Paper Series with the publication of "Influencing the Adversary: From Wet Affairs to Propaganda", by Dr Stephan Blancke. Written by a political scientist with expertise on North Korean and Chinese espionage, this paper explores influence operations far beyond the usual focus on Russian activities in the era of Vladimir Putin. Dr Blancke presents a holistic account of the modern use of influence operations that explores the immense variety and vast operational scope of such activities in Europe, the Americas, and beyond. The paper can be accessed online by clicking here [.pdf].

April 2018
The EIA has published the fourth issue of The Intelligence Review, a volume 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. The fourt issue of the journal is a special edition covering "Major security challenges for the Trump Administration". 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.

October 2017
The EIA has published the third issue of The Intelligence Review, a volume 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. 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.

March 2017
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. 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.

June 2016
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 information, and to read the Intelligence Review, see here.

May 2013
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.