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Below you will find the latest CFP's and Discussions on H-Intel, and the latest announcements for Intelligencne Studies at the bottom of the page.
The 2019 Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA) will be held March 27-30 in Toronto. Complete Convention information can be found here: https://www.isanet.org/Conferences/Toronto-2019.
The ISA Intelligence Studies Section has released a supplementary Convention call for papers (submissions are due June 1, 2018). The call is as follows:
Intelligence Studies Section
Call for Panels/Papers for the 2019 ISA Convention
CALL FOR PAPERS: Changing alliances and power rearrangement in the Middle East: towards a new regional order?
Section: International Relations – Panel 16
Symposium Issue Call for Papers
Deadline: 15 May 2018
Fake News, Post-truth, and Alternative Facts: Lying and Integrity in the Public Sector
The H-Intel Resource Page includes links to bibliographies, journals, academic and professional sites, blogs, podcasts, and declassified records. The newest link is to Ed Moise's Vietnam War Bibliography. If there are additional resources you'd like to see added, please send along the information. Please take a few moments and review the current page: https://networks.h-net.org/node/7914/h-intel-resources.
Much appreciated, and I hope folks' summers are off to a good start!
I just wanted to send a quick note to H-Intel members that a new special issue of Intelligence and National Security is now available, with the theme "Developing Intelligence Theory." Here is the link: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/fint20/current. A nice way to start summer reading!
Mike, H-Intel Editor
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