Call for Papers: Encyclopedia of U.S. Intelligence

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In preparation for an online update of the Encyclopedia of U.S. Intelligence (Taylor and Francis, 2014), a call for papers is being issued. A comprehensive reference work that examines U.S. intelligence practices, history and education, the Encyclopedia of U.S. Intelligence has been designed to be holistic in nature and examines intelligence issues, practices and history from both academic and practitioner perspectives.

We seek writers to cover a number of open topics, and welcome suggestions for additional articles. We are especially interested in articles about the following:

1. ISIS/ISIL: History, leadership, message/ideology, tactics, use of social media, counterterror/counterintelligence efforts, U.S. response to

2. North Korea:  Nuclear and missile program, threat to the region and the U.S., intelligence about, efforts to limit or halt the program

3. Iran: Nuclear deal framework

4. Cybersecurity/cybercrimes/cyberintelligence: Hacking of U.S. government and private organizations, Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election

5. Role of social media in counterintelligence

6. Biography of James Comey

7. Financial crimes and anti-money laundering; terrorism financing

We welcome submissions/proposals from scholars, practitioners and graduate students. Proposals for additional topics should include an abstract of 100-300 words. Additional information about the encyclopedia and the submission of articles may be found here:

To inquire about submitting an article or a proposal, or for a list of additional topics, please contact either:

Gregory Moore, Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief

Alexandria Torres, Editor