Intelligence in Security Communities (ISC) Inaugural International Conference
September 28 – 29, 2018
Bellevue University Bellevue, Nebraska, U.S. A.
Call for Papers: Shaping Intelligence Alliances in an Emerging Polycentric World of Asymmetric Information
Our experience is one of inference and perception, of intelligence education globalization, fast security, and tension between raw intelligence collection and dissemination. Our world is one of profound political and security changes, exploited by highly motivated and nimble adversaries. We live in an era of revolution and transformation for state, society, and information. The volatile security environment demands smart real-time intelligence, the raw information that is now more critical for both East and West in thwarting attacks and overcoming insidious adversaries. The evolving nature of threats and increased public security demands pressure states into pursuing high security budgets, adversarial liaison arrangements, and new means and technologies to assess, collect, process, and disseminate information necessary to defeat or prevent the next calamity.
The Intelligence in Security Communities (ISC) International Conference invites original research and provides a venue to showcase the latest questions and methodologies in the study of intelligence. Topics will encompass the challenges and opportunities associated with political forecasting and assessing the security dilemmas encountered by intelligence and global security in the 21st Century.
Topics of Interest*: Challenges Associated with Information Processing, Forecasting Political Intelligence, Regional Intelligence Cooperation and Governance, The Role of Women in Intelligence Profession, Culture and Intelligence, Ethics, Jurisprudence and Intelligence, Intelligence Education for Global Audiences
*Note: Other related topics are welcomed.
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