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This website consists of a collection of various security studies & international relations resources, e.g. links to useful websites, found while undertaking research. Compiled by Adam Svendsen.

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(Prof./Dr.) ADAM D.M. SVENDSEN, PhD.

Intelligence & defence strategist, educator, researcher, analyst, adviser & consultant - Intelligence Engineer | Strategic Analyst | Intelligence Systems Thinker & Practitioner

Overview: Developing & advancing an original methodology & approach - 'Intelligence Engineering' (IE) - for insight-generation & the strategic purposes of effective analysis & evaluation, implementation & delivery, extending to oversight, traceability & accountability in & across multiple systems to enterprises (however defined - e.g. War to Peace, risk & mainstream business), including training & education components. IE framework is equally applicable for structuring historical case studies, as well as to futures studies, for the purposes of lesson-learning, sense- & decision-making to foresight & anticipation.

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Keywords: Intelligence, Defence/Defense/Forsvar/Försvar, Security, Strategy, Policy, Multi-functional Operations (MFOs), Special Operations (SO/SpecOps), Geostrategy/Geostrategic, Multiplexity/Multiplexic, Complexity, Research, Advisory, Training, Education, Analysis, Investigation, Review, Decision-making & Sense-making, Situational Awareness, Globalism/Globalisation/Globalization, Regionalism/Regionalisation/Regionalization, Glocal, Crisis Management, Emergency Planning, Air & Space Power, Cyber, Arctic/Polar-regions, Non-Proliferation, Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD/CBRNE), Policing/Law Enforcement, Police/Politi/Polis/Politie/Polizei, Soft/Hard/Smart Law, Criminology, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, Advanced Concepts, Frameworks, Processes, Lenses, Systems, Federation-/System-of-Systems, Engineering, War/Krig/Krieg, Peace/Fred, Red-Teaming/A+B-Teaming, Wargaming, Leadership, Direction, Command-and-Control (C2), Strategic Management, Strategic Futures, Strategic Foresight Analysis (SFA), Strategic Early Warning (SEW), Strategic Notice, Forecasting, Collective Intelligence, Crowdsourcing, Public Sector, Private Sector, Public-Private Partnerships (PPP), Organisational Communication, Communications, Media (social & traditional), Public Relations (PR), Marketing, Advertising, Change, Reform, Transformation, Optimisation, Intelligence Liaison, Intelligence Cooperation, Intelligence Collaboration, Intelligence Sharing, Intelligence Exchange, Intelligence Integration, Jointery, All-Source/Multi-INTs, 'multi-everything!' ('nothing is something')...


Introduction (Main work activities & Research topics):

Research & Consultancy to Training & Education - provider of insight: helping 'make-sense of the "big picture"' & advancing that goal through 'systems'-based lenses, toolboxes & toolsets - via:

  1. Conducting & delivering bespoke Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)-based gathering/collection to analysis & assessment/estimation work - from products to training & education outputs;
  2. Generating investigative & research-originating intelligence ('RESINT') for supporting to bolstering operations-related & contemporary under-resourced & under-exploited reflective to reflexive Strategic Intelligence (STRATINT) efforts;
  3. Providing STARC - specific, timely, accurate, relevant & clear - input utility for enhanced direction-guidance & for sense- to decision-making purposes;
  4. Contributing to better understanding current & future environments ('situational awareness' & 'context appreciation' to '[strategic] early warning', 'anticipation' & 'foresight'), in & across several multi-domain contexts (including cyber/digital), & at multiple tempos over many different geographies/locations & timelines to timeframes (capturing 'multiplexity').
  5. Offering advanced insight relating to the full-spectrum-range of themes-issues-problems-risks-hazards-&-threats confronted and experienced, both operationally up & across to in policy & strategy terms, as well as organisationally, administratively, technologically, & beyond;
  6. Design, development & delivery of robustly-tested, research & evidence-based intelligence 'solutions' ('solution-fashioning' to 'problem-solving' & 'trouble-shooting') - powered by bespoke tailored & targeted, semi-automated Internet-based keyword searches, keeping humans firmly 'in-the-loop'.

Pursued for over 15 years and firmly embedded in an in-depth understanding to command of both contemporary strategic and military theory to their detailed case-study-based lessons from history, Adam Svendsen's scholarship can be summarised as covering & spanning 10 inter-connecting, main research themes & projects (freely listed as follows):

  1. 'Intelligence Engineering (IE) for multi-application' - details via ResearchGate --->>>
  2. 'Unpacking "Intelligence Liaison"' - details via ResearchGate --->>>
  3. 'Reforming & optimising Intelligence to Strategic Futures (Strategic Foresight Analysis - SFA)' - details via ResearchGate --->>>
  4. 'Intelligence + International Relations' - details via ResearchGate --->>>
  5. 'Anglo-American (UK-US) intelligence & defence co-operation' - details via ResearchGate --->>>
  6. 'European/EU intelligence cooperation' - details via ResearchGate --->>>
  7. 'Collective Intelligence' (aka. COLINT) - details via ResearchGate --->>>
  8. ‘“Intelligence Power in Peace and War” as manifested in a “Multiplex World” context’ (inc. civilian & conventional military to special operations forces dimensions) - details via ResearchGate --->>>
  9. 'Project on Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance - ISR to ISTAR/C4ISR/C5ISR' (inc. Cyber Intelligence - CYBINT) - details via ResearchGate --->>>
  10. 'Intelligence & Criminology focus' - details via ResearchGate --->>>

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Summary - ranging from 'basics' to 'advanced levels':

(Prof./Dr.) Adam D.M. Svendsen, PhD (Warwick, UK) is an international intelligence & defence strategist, educator, researcher, analyst, adviser & consultant ('scholar-practitioner') - twitter: @intstrategist / @BridgeheadInst1 / LinkedIn >>>

Multi-sector experienced to a senior level over several years, among many roles he co-runs the Bridgehead Institute (Research & Consulting - Insight, Training & Education) (2016+), is an Affiliated Scientist & Visiting Guest at the Collective Intelligence Group at the IT University of Copenhagen (ITU) - previously the Collective Intelligence Unit (CIU), Copenhagen Business School (2019+) - and an Associate Consultant at the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies (CIFS), Denmark (2012+).

He works as a Strategic Intelligence & Risk Consultant (2005+), including having undergone senior practitioner-training after his doctorate at European defence & emergency planning colleges (2009+), lectured at senior/advanced level at the Royal Danish Defence College (FAK), given expert guest lectures, classes & bespoke-tailored research seminars at the Royal Netherlands Defence Academy, Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Aarhus University, amongst other institutions & venues, and taught at the University of Nottingham (2006-7).

He also lectures and advises from design to implementation as an 'academic director' on Global Security & Intelligence for the Global & International Studies Masters Program courses at the University of Salamanca, Spain: https://globalandinternationalstudies.com/

Adam Svendsen presenting in OsloHe divides his time between the UK and Scandinavia, helping to advise on both national and regional (European/EU) projects, together with contributing to the research work of various countries’ defence research agencies & intelligence academies, as well as contributing towards the efforts of international organisations, such as the United Nations (UN).

He has been a Visiting Scholar at the Center for Peace and Security Studies, Georgetown University (where he remains registered as an Adjunct Professor with the Walsh School of Foreign Service - SFS), has held a post-doctoral research fellowship based in the Centre for Military Studies (CMS), University of Copenhagen, Denmark, and he has worked at Chatham House on the International Security Programme and at the IISS, London.

Together with work cited in testimony to the Foreign Affairs Committee of the UK Parliament (amongst others) and participating in the RUSI Strategic Hub on Organised Crime Research, he has multi-sector award-winning international media and communication experience, including authoring several peer-reviewed publications, such as numerous articles, chapters, and the four books: (1) Intelligence Cooperation and the War on Terror: Anglo-American Security Relations after 9/11 (London: Routledge/Studies in Intelligence Series, 2010); (2) Understanding the Globalization of Intelligence and (3) The Professionalization of Intelligence Cooperation: Fashioning Method out of Mayhem, both (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012); and (4) Intelligence Engineering: Operating Beyond the Conventional (New York: Rowman & Littlefield/Security and Professional Intelligence Education Series - SPIES, 2017). [Further details follow below...]

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Further information - multi-sector impact & beyond:

Adam D.M. Svendsen has an established record of research and analysis to senior researcher/(associate) professor-level, spanning both the government/non-profit ('public') and business/commercial/financial ('private') sectors, with particular operational-to-strategy/policy-orientated focus on security, defence & intelligence.

While primarily a 'generalist' in global security, he equally specialises in the 'optimisation' and 'future-proofing' of intelligence, as well as all of its associated processes, including both 'real' & 'artificial intelligence' concerns. A main driver in his highly-task-oriented investigative approach is: 'only connect'.

With a constantly-developing focus on systems & design-engineering, he also covers the areas of civil contingencies, emergency planning & disaster/crisis management (risk/resilience), including 'intelligence business/organisation/administration', 'intelligence enterprise', 'intelligence architecture', and 'Strategic Futures' or 'Strategic Foresight' (Strategic Foresight Analysis - SFA) to 'Strategic Notice' & 'Global Trends/Scenarios' work.

Dividing his time mostly between the UK & Scandinavia, high-level customers include both national and regional (European/EU) agencies.

Adam Svendsen shows slides in OsloA co-founder & co-director of the Bridgehead Institute (Research & Consulting) >>>, he is also an affiliated scientist & visiting guest at the Collective Intelligence Group at the IT University of Copenhagen (ITU) >>> - previously the Collective Intelligence Unit (CIU), Copenhagen Business School (CBS) in Denmark - as well as an associate consultant with the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies (CIFS) >>> where, amongst other projects, he has helped to develop a 'Resilience Network', and where work has involved focus on advising on a range of crisis to risk management, 'Strategic Early Warning' (SEW) to 'environmental' and 'horizon-scanning' projects, such as most notably a well-received & influential Big Data/open source intelligence (OSINT)-related EU Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) project for law enforcement end-users - ePoolice >>>; see also the project as discussed in this paper from the European Police Science & Research Bulletin, 16 (Summer 2017 - PDF download) >>>

Alongside, he is research coordinator for the ‘The Intelligence-domain System-of-Systems Dynamics Reference Content (SoSD)’ research project, see for details via: the Global University Alliance website >>>

He also participates in the collaborative ‘Strategic Hub on Organised Crime Research’, hosted by the UK think-tank, the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI) in Whitehall, London >>> and in functional/thematic-focused United Nations (UN) networks.

A regular peer-reviewer for several journals, he is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of European and American Intelligence Studies (JEAIS) ->>>; and he has contributed to professional and industry-leading publications, such as Jane's Intelligence Review (JIR), amongst others.

Occasionally, he tweets at: @intstrategist & @BridgeheadInst1


Researcher Identification data (N.B. Indicative only [as data is not all completely comprehensive, due to being dependent on what is featured in and recorded/measured by the various respective databases, therefore the number of citations do vary and go beyond merely those captured and displayed]):
  1. ResearcherID/Publons citation & peer-review info - >>>
  2. Google Scholar citation information - >>>
  3. ORCID researcher information - >>>
  4. Scopus information - >>>
  5. WorldCat identification information (Global Library holdings, etc.) - >>>
  6. Find him also on Kudos - >>>
  7. See also his Dimensions publication data, inc. for multi-disciplinary coverage ->>>
  8. Further data available via: Microsoft Academic profile, for citing papers, etc. - >>>
  9. See him as featured on Researchgate - >>>
  10. Semantic Scholar profile entry - >>>

Scanning | Monitoring | Surveying | Mapping | Analysing | Evaluating | Assessing | Examining | Exploring | Investigating | Reviewing

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(1) Helping understand today's world - Advancing + Applying 'Functional Intelligence Studies':

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Summarised as ranging across M4IS2 (Multi-agency, Multi-national, Multi-disciplinary, Multi-domain Information Sharing and Sense-making) areas, including with a fusion and sensor-integration focus and examining the full-spectrum of joint-service (Army, Air Force, Navy), civilian & military (both public & private sector), 'multi-functional operations' (MFOs) to 'Special Operations' conducted in 'globalised strategic risk' (GSR) and 'complex co-existence plurality' (CCP) environments (war to peace), where 'multiplexic' conditions and situations of 'multiplexity' prevail...

Adam Svendsen's work clusters around the concerns and delivery of: 'public safety, security and supply' ('PS3').


Alongside his 'all-source'/multi-INT-ready Open Source Intelligence (OSINT/OSINF) + Research-originating Intelligence (RESINT) work (akin to the compilation & production of open-source dossiers for assisting in sense- & decision-making & similar activities in and across many different sectors), he also has a wide range of research-related interests more broadly spanning the fields of war, defence, security to strategic studies, law, and history.

Main areas of work include connecting:

  • Strategy, Risk & Resilience (including arms control, WMD/CBRN[E] management factors)
  • ‘Good’ (lawful) Governance & Security Sector Reform (SSR)
  • Defence, Security & Law Enforcement
  • Civil Protection & Emergency Preparedness
  • Civil Contingencies & Emergency/Crisis Management
  • Intelligence & Information/Knowledge-management (including fusion)
  • Leadership/command-and-control (C2)

With a Red Teaming & A+B Teaming/War-Gaming-related focus on advanced analysis (helping answer the ‘what is it?’ questions) and assessment/estimate work (dealing with the 'so what?', 'why?', & ‘what does it mean?’ queries), Adam Svendsen's work ranges far.

Progressed for sustainable risk management (and beyond, such as for resilience & issue-problem-hazard-risk-to-threat) purposes across a multitude of differently-ranging global security affairs (scaled both geographically/regionally [by area] & functionally/thematically [by entity], including the nexus between time/temporal & space/spatial factors), his research work includes investigating & advocating the adoption of:

  1. an interconnected and layered ‘multi-level approach’ (both high-to-low level and macro-to-micro-ranging in nature);
  2. a ‘systems approach' (involving eight systemic variables/dimensions); and
  3. a ‘System-of-Systems Dynamics (SoSD) or Federation-of-Systems approach’.

Adam Svendsen presents in Copenhagen at CIUThat last above SoSD approach, in turn, consists of harnessing and exploiting both 'breaking-down' system-of-systems analysis (SoSA) and more proactive, 'synthesising' to 'building', system-of-systems engineering (SoSE) constructs, using PMESII, PESTLE, STEEP(L), DIME, HSCB (etc.) factors/indicators.

The SoSD factors/indicators are all considered to then being implemented across the five physical-to-virtual domains of sea, air, land, space and cyber(space); including examination of closely associated aspects such as 'power' and 'legal' considerations (whether 'hard', 'soft', and/or 'smart') that are found both within and span those above domains.

The systems work also closely overlaps with tried-and-tested developing bodies of design & architecture-related 'Systems Oriented Design (SOD)' approaches - see, e.g., an introduction to SOD --->>> ; as well as other multi-sector/domain-impacting 'System Dynamics' approaches & methodologies.


Highly task-responsive and collectively bridging both #2 intelligence (G2/J2) and #3 operations (G3/J3) activities, as well as with 'structural' and 'cultural' dimensions figuring in terms of technology (e.g. sensors/IS[TA]R/C4I[SR] & analogue to digital, including 'digitalisation/digitalization' processes) & organisationally to administratively (e.g. enterprises / innovation / change / leaning / business process management / standards / 'best practices'), ultimately his indicators-based work is undertaken for:

  1. context appreciation (for situational awareness / contextualisation / understanding); and, then
  2. solution-fashioning (for decision-making/responses).

Both technical (e.g. automated) and non-technical (e.g. human) areas & factors are covered, including such as how they interface, and where & how feedback features, influences and impacts (e.g. in terms of relationships, implications, ramifications, consequences, etc.), and so forth.

For instance, this work includes considering for 'added value' purposes, the following ‘4Vs’ when dealing with distributed 'Big Data', developments & events, and their associated patterns, such as the ‘quantitative considerations’ of:

  • Volume’ (e.g. ‘Scale/size [of data/developments and events]’); and
  • Velocity’ (e.g. ‘Analysis of streaming/flows of [data/developments and events]’).

As well as evaluating the ‘qualitative factors’ of:

  • Variety’ (e.g. ‘Differentiated forms [of data/developments and events]’); and
  • Veracity' (e.g. ‘Uncertainty [of and relating to data/developments and events]’).

For more information on this work, see the publications below >>>

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(2) Qualifications & experience overview - dual-track 'scholar-practitioner' ('pracademic'):

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Adam Svendsen holds high-grade degrees in Modern History with Politics [BA (Hons), First Class, 2002] and International Relations [MA, Distinction, 2004] from the UK universities of East Anglia (UEA, Norwich) and Warwick, including a PhD thesis with case studies on counter-terrorism and WMD counter-proliferation, titled: ‘On “a continuum with expansion”: UK-US intelligence relations & wider reflections on international intelligence liaison’ (Coventry, UK: University of Warwick, July 2008; externally examined by the Department of War Studies, King's College London, September 2008, with 'no corrections required'.) >>>

He has studied and taught at the University of Nottingham (affiliated with the Centre for the Study of European Governance - CSEG, 2005-07), as well as having been a visiting scholar (2007) at the Center for Peace and Security Studies, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS), Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA (now the Center for Security Studies - CSS), where he remains registered as an adjunct professor (2018+).

He has also held a post-doctoral research fellowship based in the Centre for Military Studies in the Department of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark (2011-13). His research work has been pursued across Scandinavia and also in Canada since 2006.

More recently in 2020, as an advisor and educator, he has joined the Graduate School at the University of Salamanca, Spain, to tailor design, develop and deliver a number of modules, such as those titled: (i) 'Countering terrorism from 9/11 (11 September 2001) to Islamic State/Daesh'; (ii) 'Introducing Intelligence & Multi-INT approaches/Doing Contemporary Intelligence'; and, from 2021, adding: (iii) '21st Century Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Non- & Counter-proliferation' & (iv) 'Contemporary Intelligence Insights', for its Global & International Studies Masters Program course offerings - see more via: https://globalandinternationalstudies.com/

He has also been appointed as 'academic director' for the set up from concept and for the delivery of an international Masters in 'Global Security & Intelligence', with the added value of a strong Intelligence Studies focus (including the courses introduced above), as well as for the supervision of related dissertations.


Beyond academia, in parallel with an operational- to policy-/strategy-focus, he has contributed to the work of leading UK and global independent international relations 'think-tanks', such as the International Security Programme at Chatham House (the British Royal Institute of International Affairs), the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), London; as well as contributing to the research & training/education work of various countries' defence research agencies and intelligence academies, together with towards the efforts of international organisations, such as the UN, OSCE and NATO. He also helps to advise on and convene regular, high-level & expert discussion group meetings held in accordance with the Chatham House Rule.

Toronto pictureA keen photographer and interested in digital video, Adam Svendsen also has over 20 years' worth of professional communications (including Strategic Communication(s) & influence to information operations & psychological operations - PSYOPs), online and print publishing, editorial, UK and international (DK and US) journalism, and award-winning new media managerial, advisory and consultancy experience.

Maintaining his design interests, he has worked as an agency-based Design Consultant and as a Web Editor/Manager/Designer, running all the online operations of a UK publishing house - including corporate, publications, advertising, marketing/public relations (PR), customer service, googleAdwords campaigns & e-commerce areas (across managerial, editorial & production depts.).


Together with his academic studies, commercial & think-tank work, he has undergone senior/advanced-level training in the areas of: intelligence & security sector reform (iSSR), peacekeeping & civil protection, crisis & emergency planning/management, business continuity, diplomacy, media, communications & public relations (as a 'talking-head'/media commentator), etc.

Courses have been taken at various Western European countries' national defence, emergency planning & security sector reform (SSR) colleges, such as: the UK Defence Academy, the UK Cabinet Office Emergency Planning College (EPC), the Swedish National Defence College/Swedish Defence University (SNDC/FHS/SEDU), and the Swedish Folke Bernadotte Academy (FBA), Stockholm & Sandö.

Alongside his other roles, he has also studied and lectured at senior/advanced level at the Royal Danish Defence College (FAK), Copenhagen, as well as guest lectured at the Royal Netherlands Defence Academy, Breda.


He is a member of IISS, the International Studies Association (ISA), and of the (UK) Air & Space Power Association - ASPA, amongst others.

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(3) Key outputs - including publications - presented in the following formats: books >>> | articles >>> | chapter contributions >>> | online commentary pieces >>>

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Over the years, Adam Svendsen has helped to advise international media (UK, US and DK), contributed to several workshops, a Track II UK-US Strategic Dialogue (2010), and is a regular contributor to many academic and professional conferences, including those of the International Society of Military Sciences (ISMS), UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) and UK Defence Academy-run Symposiums, and the International Symposium on Military Operational Research (ISMOR).


Examples of his conference output (abstract & presentation slides) relating to his 2014-15 (& continuing...) research on ‘Cyber Intelligence’ (CYBINT) can be found online via the Finnish Defence University, Helsinki >>> and his 2012-15 research on knowledge work and intelligence insights relevant for policing (law enforcement) to military multi-functional and special operations, including toolboxes and toolsets for practical application, can be found via ISMOR >>>Adam Svendsen presenting at the Finnish National Defence University, Helsinki, October 2015

See also: ’An intelligence-engineering framework for Defence Engagement Considerations’, presentation given at the 'Human Geography in Defence Engagement: 9th Annual International Spatial Socio-Cultural Knowledge Workshop (SSKW 2016)’, UK Defence Academy, Shrivenham (May 2016) + ‘Extending the Academy: Advancing “Functional Intelligence Studies” (FIS)’, paper presented at the ‘Connecting Intelligence Education Communities: Europe, North America, and Beyond’, the International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE), 12th Annual Conference - also 1st annual conference of IAFIE’s European chapter, Netherlands Military Academy, Castle of Breda, Breda, NL (June 2016).


Insights into his work on intelligence liaison and ISR/ISTAR platforms during 2016-17 can be found in his slides for: 'International Intelligence Liaison: An Agent for Change in World Politics', presented during an Intelligence Studies Section (ISS) panel, and his slides for: 'Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR): A federation/system of systems-based agent of and for change?', presented as part of an International Security Studies Section (ISSS) panel, both at the International Studies Association (ISA) 58th Annual Convention 2017, held in Baltimore, USA (February 2017). [See also his 'intelligence liaison' and 'C4ISR/C5ISR/ISR/ISTAR' work as 'written-up' & published in several of the publications, listed below (scroll down)].

Click here for further conference, workshop, etc., highlights --->>>


Current R&D - Pioneering 'Intelligence Engineering' (IE) work & extending frontiers:

Intelligence Engineering book*** For a 2-minute, quick introduction to 'Intelligence Engineering' (IE), download a 2019 conference poster (PDF) via this link --->>>

Emergent since 2015, 'Intelligence Engineering' (IE) - also known as 'the Bridgehead Methodology' - at its least represents an attempt towards both 'thinking about' & 'doing' (the conduct of) intelligence work differently, both now and into the future, in and across a variety of several different contexts.

IE equally includes consideration of all aspects of risk analysis/assessment to risk management and resilience over varying geographies and multiple, geo-strategic (multi-)domains of operation (sea, air, land, space to cyber and digital).

A fuller introduction to Adam Svendsen's developing body of 'Intelligence Engineering' (IE) work can be found via this presentation: 'Introducing Intelligence Engineering: Operating Beyond the Conventional', as delivered at the 2017 annual conference of the International Society of Military Sciences (ISMS), hosted by Norwegian Defence & held in central Oslo, Norway, during November 2017; for further insights, see also his related slides, titled: 'Presenting Intelligence Engineering: Operating Beyond the Conventional', as presented at the International Symposium on Military Operational Research - ISMOR 35 (July 2018); and for more training & education relevant insights, see the presentation: 'Intelligence Engineering as an Education Tool', as presented at the International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE) Europe Conference 2018 (September 2018).

Copies of his slides from his paper: 'Mapping & Gaming COVID-19/Coronavirus via "Intelligence #Engineering"', presented at the 2-day KCL Wargaming Network workshop on 'Wargaming the Pandemic', hosted online by King's College London, School of Security Studies during April 2020, can be found here --->>> Also learn more about 'Doing IE' --->>>

An introductory 'write-up' on IE can be found in the Romanian Intelligence Studies Review (2017) -->>> and in the Journal of the Royal Swedish Academy of War Sciences (2/2018) -->>> as well as via a series of blogs -->>>; for a fuller discussion, etc., see also his 2017 textbook on IE >>> + insight-generation courses & workshop offerings -->>>

Feedback:

‘Your presentation introduced a very stimulating/thought-provoking methodology and some great insights into the ways in which qualitative data can be organised and analysed more effectively than current methods and clearly struck a chord with several members of the audience judging by the questions raised and ensuing discussion.’

- UK Joint Forces Command (2016) [now: UK Strategic Command].

'Adam Svendsen is to my mind consistently ahead of the curve and it was a privilege for our participants to have access to his insights into the scientific arts ... of the Intelligence and Futures Communities.'

- Chair, War Studies Working Group (WSWG), International Society of Military Sciences (ISMS) Annual Conference Report (2017).

 


His work has been widely cited, including in 'expert testimony' to the UK Parliament's House of Commons Foreign Affairs Select Committee (amongst others, such as in testimony given to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Drones and including contributing to the discussions of the APPG for Future Generations), as well as his work being listed on several university, government ministry/agency and police & defence academy and emergency planning/crisis management colleges' courses delivered across the world for training, education and guidance.

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Further publication details, research impact, etc., are available via - e.g.: Google Scholar - >>> and via a general Google search - >>>

His peer-reviewed research publications regularly make 'the top 25% of all research outputs scored by Altmetric', including making the 'top 5% of all research outputs scored by Altmetric' (2015) - see below >>>


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Four Books (single-authored, monographs):

Jump to more info on >>> Book 1: Intelligence Cooperation and the War on Terror | Book 2: Understanding the Globalization of Intelligence | Book 3: The Professionalization of Intelligence Cooperation | Book 4: Intelligence Engineering // To buy/rent- Info from: Amazon.co.uk + Amazon.com / alternatively e-book versions from Google Play Store >>> // See also his author profile on Goodreads.com -->> inc. for further buying, rental &/or library access options.


#1 Intelligence Cooperation and the War on Terror

Intelligence Cooperation and the War on Terror: Anglo-American Security Relations after 9/11 (London: Routledge/Studies in Intelligence Series, 2010) was published at the end of 2009 (paperback April 2012) - >>> & with e-book purchase options via GooglePlay >>>

  • Reviews - e.g.:
    • ‘Svendsen provides a different way of thinking about the [UK-US intelligence] relationship…’ - from ‘Intelligence Officer’s Bookshelf’, in CIA Studies in Intelligence (March 2011);
    • ‘Svendsen offers some particularly acute insights.’ - in the journal Intelligence and National Security (December 2013).
  • Click here for a GoogleBooks preview --->>>
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    #2 Understanding the Globalization of Intelligence

Understanding the Globalization of Intelligence (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012) --->>> & with e-book purchase/rental options via GooglePlay >>> or >>>

  • Reviews - e.g.:
    • ‘Svendsen has presented readers with a provocative and challenging work that takes time to digest. There is much to be gained from taking that time.’ - in Journal of Contingencies & Crisis Management (May 2013);
    • ‘Svendsen certainly has done his homework.’ - in Journal of Intelligence History (January 2014).
  • See also a GoogleBooks sample --->>
  • Rated: 4/5* on Goodreads.com --->>
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#3 The Professionalization of Intelligence Cooperation

The Professionalization of Intelligence Cooperation: Fashioning Method out of Mayhem (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012) --->>> & with e-book purchase/rental options via GooglePlay >>> or >>>

  • Review, e.g.:
    • The Professionalization of Intelligence Cooperation is the product of intense research and deserves serious attention.’ - from ‘Intelligence Officer’s Bookshelf’, CIA Studies in Intelligence (December 2013).
  • See a GoogleBooks preview --->>
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#4 The Professionalization of Intelligence Cooperation

  • Intelligence Engineering: Operating Beyond the Conventional (New York: Rowman & Littlefield/Security and Professional Intelligence Education Series - SPIES, 2017) >>> Available from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com (Hardback / Paperback / e-book) & with e-book purchase/rental options via GooglePlay >>>
    • Reviews, e.g.:
      • ‘Adam Svendsen provides a new intellectual framework for generating analysis that meets the standard of being comprehensively exhaustive and mutually exclusive. As a practitioner and facilitator of Strategic Foresight Analysis, I believe the various systems of systems approaches described in the book are particularly valuable in helping students be more rigorous in identifying critical forces, factors, and events likely to shape future events.’ - Randolph H. Pherson, former National Intelligence Officer for Latin America, CEO of Globalytica, LLC, and co-author of Structured Analytic Techniques for Intelligence Analysis.
      • ‘All security and intelligence scholars will find much to stimulate their thinking in this book. Its depth and scope, variety of intelligence systems explored and the advanced nature of the argument provokes considerable insight into the role of data and information in human systems. As he has done before, Svendsen once again helps us think more sophisticatedly about how modern and emergent intelligence is done. Intelligence Engineering is not only a discussion of how states seek to learn about other states or actors, but is instead a microcosm of the networked systems that we all live in today.’ - David J. Galbreath, Centre for War and Technology, University of Bath, UK.
      • '[Svendsen] provide[s] a substantial framework for enhancing the analyst’s view and understanding of the world. Nurtured carefully, this can be turned into a competitive advantage against any given target.... Adam D. M. Svendsen offers an original and interesting idea in this book. Moreover, he develops a framework for how this idea can bolster intelligence in the 21 century. His methodology and list of references reveals that coming up with this innovative framework has been no walk in the park and has taken years of expert research.'Global Readers' Club (2017).
      • Featured in the 'Recent Titles of Interest' section of the Canadian Military Intelligence Association / L'Association Canadienne du Renseignement Militaire newsletter (Spring 2017).
      • Described as 'most challenging' and 'thought provoking' by the 'Intelligence Officer's Bookshelf', CIA Studies in Intelligence (December 2017).
    • Taster/Preview from GoogleBooks - >>>
    • Rated: 5/5* on Amazon.com -->> & Bookshout.com -->>
    • See also: the Presentation delivered at the ISMS Conference 2017 - >>> + insight-generation courses & workshop offerings -->>>

He has had several peer-reviewed articles published in leading international relations, strategic studies, and defence and security-focussed journals, see as listed below >>>.


He has also contributed book chapters for various UK and international edited volumes, including for the Austrian Ministry of Defence and Sport - again, see as listed below for details >>>


 

(3.1) Peer-reviewed journal articles & other commentary (30+):

Jump to date >>> 2008; 2009; 2010; 2011; 2012; 2013; 2014; 2015; 2016; 2017; 2018; 2019; 2020 // Article access options via GoogleScholar --->>> (November 2020).


#1Cambridge Review of International AffairsA. Svendsen, ‘The globalization of intelligence since 9/11: frameworks and operational parameters’, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 21, 1 (March 2008), pp.129-144 (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09557570701828642). DOWNLOAD a free limited availability e-print - >>> Check out access options (& related articles) via GoogleScholar --->>>


#2International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligenceA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘The globalization of intelligence since 9/11: The optimization of intelligence liaison arrangements’, International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence, 21, 4 (December 2008), pp.661-678 (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/08850600802254871). DOWNLOAD a free limited availability e-print - >>> Check out access options (& related articles) via GoogleScholar --->>>


#3Journal of Transatlantic StudiesA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Painting rather than photography: Exploring spy fiction as a legitimate source concerning UK-US intelligence co-operation’, Journal of Transatlantic Studies, 7, 1 (March 2009), pp.1-22 (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14794010802658799).

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#4Intelligence and National SecurityA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Connecting intelligence and theory: Intelligence Liaison and International Relations’, Intelligence and National Security, 24, 5 (October 2009), pp.700-729 (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02684520903209456). DOWNLOAD a free limited availability e-print - >>> Check out access options (& related articles) via GoogleScholar --->>>

See also for a 2018 follow-up discussion... --->>>


#5Journal of Strategic StudiesA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Strategy and disproportionality in contemporary conflicts’, Journal of Strategic Studies, 33, 3 (June 2010), pp.367-399 (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01402390903189576). DOWNLOAD a free limited availability e-print - >>> Check out access options (& related articles) via GoogleScholar --->>>


#6Defence StudiesA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Re-fashioning risk: Comparing UK, US and Canadian security and intelligence efforts against terrorism’, Defence Studies, 10, 3 (September 2010), pp.307-335 (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14702436.2010.503677). DOWNLOAD a free limited availability e-print - >>> Check out access options (& related articles) via GoogleScholar --->>>


#7Journal of Transatlantic StudiesA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Exemplary “friends and allies”? Unpacking UK-US relations in the early Twenty-First Century’, Journal of Transatlantic Studies, 9, 4 (December 2011), pp.342-361 (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14794012.2011.622934). DOWNLOAD a free limited availability e-print - >>>


#8HdiploA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Special Issue on “The CIA and US Foreign Relations Since 1947: Reforms, Reflections and Reappraisals,” Intelligence and National Security 2-3 (April-June 2011) - Section I: Challenges and Reform’, H-Diplo/ISSF Roundtable Reviews, III, 6 (December 2011), pp.26-43 - (Roundtable link --->>> | Direct contribution link --->>>).


#9Journal of Contemporary European ResearchA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘On “a continuum with expansion”? Intelligence co-operation in Europe in the early Twenty-first Century’, Journal of Contemporary European Research – JCER, 7, 4 (December 2011), (http://www.jcer.net/index.php/jcer/article/view/318). Full-text download link: < http://jcer.net/index.php/jcer/article/download/318/308 > (accessed: August 2018).


#10Baltic Security and Defence Review A.D.M. Svendsen, ‘NATO, Libya operations and intelligence co-operation – a step forward?’, Baltic Security & Defence Review, 13, 2 (December 2011), pp.51-68 (https://www.baltdefcol.org/files/files/BSDR/BSDR_13_2.pdf).


#11Intelligence and National SecurityA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Change: Addressing US domestic counter-terrorism intelligence’, Intelligence and National Security, 27, 3 (June 2012), pp.371-397 (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02684527.2012.668080). DOWNLOAD a free limited availability e-print - >>> Check out access options (& related articles) via GoogleScholar --->>>


#12Defense and Security AnalysisA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘“Flectas Non Frangas”: Revisiting early Twenty-First Century UK-US defence relations (2000-05) after five years’, Defense & Security Analysis, 28, 3 (September 2012), pp.234-246 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14751798.2012.708595). DOWNLOAD a free limited availability e-print - >>> Check out access options (& related articles) via GoogleScholar --->>>


#13International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligenceA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Introducing RESINT: A Missing and Undervalued “INT” in All-Source Intelligence Efforts’, International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence, 26, 4 (September 2013), pp.777-794 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08850607.2013.807196). DOWNLOAD a free limited availability e-print - >>> Check out access options (& related articles) via GoogleScholar --->>>


#14Defence StudiesA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Sharpening SOF tools, their strategic use and direction: Optimising the command of special operations amid wider contemporary defence transformation and military cuts’, Defence Studies, 14, 3 (2014), pp.284-309 <http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14702436.2014.890341>. DOWNLOAD a free limited availability e-print - >>> Check out access options (& related articles) via GoogleScholar --->>>


#15Defense and Security AnalysisA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Advancing “Defence-in-depth”: Intelligence and Systems Dynamics’, Defense & Security Analysis, 31, 1 (2015), pp.58-73 - available via: <www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14751798.2014.995337>. This article was rankedNumber 3’ (June 2015) in: explore.tandfonline.com/page/taylor-francis-altmetric-top-20/taylor-francis-altmetric-1-10 and 'Number 1' for Routledge Strategic Studies (March 2015). DOWNLOAD a free limited availability e-print - >>> Check out access options (& related articles) via GoogleScholar --->>>


#16Defence StudiesA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Contemporary intelligence innovation in practice: Enhancing “macro” to “micro” systems thinking via “System of Systems” dynamics’, Defence Studies, 15, 2 (2015), pp.105-123 - available via: <www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14702436.2015.1033850>. DOWNLOAD a free limited availability e-print - >>> Check out access options (& related articles) via GoogleScholar --->>>


#17AFIO-IntelligencerA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Intelligence Liaison’, Intelligencer - Journal of the US Association of Former Intelligence Officers - AFIO (May 2015) - available via: <www.afio.com/publications/SVENDSEN%20Intel%20Liaison%2028May2015l.pdf>. See also the chapter version as published in AFIO's Guide to the Study of Intelligence (2016) via --->>>


#18International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligenceA.D.M. Svendsen, 'Developing international intelligence liaison against Islamic State: Approaching “one for all and all for one”?’, International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence, 29, 2 (2016), pp.260-277 - available via: <www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/08850607.2016.1121042>. DOWNLOAD a free limited availability e-print - >>> Check out access options (& related articles) via GoogleScholar --->>>


#19Romanian Intelligence Studies ReviewA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘International Intelligence Liaison: A Primer’, Romanian Intelligence Studies Review, 15 (2016), pp.65-78 (Romania) - available via: <https://issuu.com/animv/docs/rrsi_15_en/66>.


#20Romanian Security Studies journalA.D.M. Svendsen,‘Examining the Aviation Security & Safety Nexus’, Revista Academiei de Stiinte ale Securitatii Nationale [Romania], nr. 1 (2016), pp.12-24 - volume available via: <http://www.assn.ro/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Publicatia_RASSN_nr_1_2016.pdf> and article available via: <https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3429648> (accessed: August 2019).


#21Small Wars JournalA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Strategic Futures and Intelligence: The Head and Heart of “Hybrid Defence” Providing Tangible Meaning and Ways Forward’, Small Wars Journal - SWJ (1 June 2017) - available via: <http://smallwarsjournal.com/jrnl/art/strategic-futures-and-intelligence-the-head-and-heart-of-%E2%80%98hybrid-defence%E2%80%99-providing-tangibl>. As also featured by the Real Clear Defense blog - >>>; and in NATO Library LibGuides on 'Hybrid Warfare' (June 2017).


#22Journal of Intelligence History - JIHA.D.M. Svendsen, ’Brexit: an agent of “disruptive change” for UK and European intelligence?’, Journal of Intelligence History, 16, 2 (June 2017), pp.108-111 - available via: <http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/16161262.2017.1334355>. DOWNLOAD a free limited availability e-print - >>> Check out access options (& related articles) via GoogleScholar --->>>


#23RUSI Strategic Hub for Organised Crime Research - SHOCA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘“Work-in-progress”? Revisiting the UK Serious and Organised Crime Strategy of 2013 and surveying UK efforts against transnational organised crime’, RUSI Strategic Hub for Organised Crime Research (SHOC) - The Informer blog (8 November 2017) - available via: <https://shoc.rusi.org/blog/work-in-progress-revisiting-the-2013-uk-serious-and-organised-crime-strategy-and-surveying-uk-efforts-against-transnational-organised-crime/> (accessed: July 2021).


#24Romanian Intelligence Studies ReviewA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Introducing Intelligence Engineering: Operating Beyond the Conventional’, Revista Român? de Studii de Intelligence / Romanian Intelligence Studies Review, 17-18 (2017), pp.205-214 - available via: <https://www.ceeol.com/search/article-detail?id=704419> and an online electronic copy via: <https://issuu.com/animv/docs/rrsi_17_18_en_ro_reduced/206> (accessed: August 2019). For further insights into Adam's 'Intelligence Engineering' project, see here --->>>


#25Journal of Mediterranean and Balkan IntelligenceComments relating to the future and 'professionalisation' of intelligence analysis published as part of E.-D. Baches and E.R. Torres (Guest Editors), 'Through the Cloak and Dagger Crystal Ball: Emerging Changes that will Drive Intelligence Analysis in the Next Decade’, an article in the Special Issue: ‘Cross-Domain Approaches to Intelligence Analysis', Journal of Mediterranean and Balkan Intelligence: An International Journal, 10, 2 (December 2017), p.178 - further details: <http://www.rieas.gr/images/jmbi/jmbino10.pdf> (accessed: January 2018).


#26Journal of the Royal Swedish Academy of War SciencesAdam D.M. Svendsen, 'Advancing Intelligence Engineering: Operating Beyond the Conventional', Kungl Krigsvetenskapsakademiens: Handlingar och Tidskrift (The Royal Swedish Academy of War Sciences: Proceedings and Journal), Nr.2 (April/June 2018), pp.178-181 (Stockholm, Sweden) - link to contents: < https://kkrva.se/hot/2018:2/HoT-2-2018-innehall.pdf >.


#27Journal of European and American Intelligence Studies - JEAISAdam D.M. Svendsen, 'Getting Somewhere? The Utility of "Multiplexic Thinking" in Connecting International Relations to the Study and Doing of Intelligence', Journal of European and American Intelligence Studies (JEAIS), 1, 1 (2018) - further information via:
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See also for a related 2009 discussion... --->>>


#28Collective Intelligence Blog 1Adam D.M. Svendsen, 'On "Big Mind" thinking: A Collective Intelligence "paradigm" for our time? – Part 1 of 3', Collective Intelligence blog (Copenhagen Business School - CBS, Denmark: 28 September 2018) - via: <http://collectiveintelligence.dk/on-big-mind-thinking-a-collective-intelligence-paradigm-for-our-time-part-1-of-3/> (accessed: February 2020). Liked this? See also this 'Collective Intelligence (COLINT)' entry --->>>


#29Collective Intelligence Blog 2Adam D.M. Svendsen, 'On "Big Mind" thinking: A Collective Intelligence "paradigm" for our time? – Part 2 of 3', Collective Intelligence blog (Copenhagen Business School - CBS, Denmark: 11 October 2018) - via: <http://collectiveintelligence.dk/on-big-mind-thinking-a-collective-intelligence-paradigm-for-our-time-part-2-of-3/> (accessed: February 2020).


#30Collective Intelligence Blog 3Adam D.M. Svendsen, 'On "Big Mind" thinking: A Collective Intelligence "paradigm" for our time? – Part 3 of 3', Collective Intelligence blog (Copenhagen Business School - CBS, Denmark: 25 October 2018) - via: <http://collectiveintelligence.dk/on-big-mind-thinking-a-collective-intelligence-paradigm-for-our-time-part-3-of-3/> (accessed: February 2020).


#31Journal of European and American Intelligence Studies - JEAISAdam D.M. Svendsen, 'Intelligence Liaison into the 2020s and Beyond: Emerging as "Challenged, but not Overwhelmed" from the Trump Era', Journal of European and American Intelligence Studies - JEAIS (September 2019) - via: < https://rieas.gr/intelligence-journal/current-issue/3020-unheard-voices-intelligence-approaches-beyond-the-conventional > (accessed: September 2020).


#32Udenrigs coversAdam D.M. Svendsen, 'Enduring "Friends and Allies": The Twenty-First Century UK-US Special Intelligence Relationship', Udenrigs - Journal of the Danish Foreign Policy Society / Det Udenrigspolitiske Selskab (2019) - via: < https://udenrigs.dk/udenrigs/ > (accessed: March 2020).


#33LinkedIn logoAdam D.M. Svendsen, 'Doing "Intelligence Engineering" (IE)', LinkedIn Article (20 February 2020) - < https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/doing-intelligence-engineering-ie-adam-svendsen?articleId=6636333422551932928 > (accessed: February 2020). Learn more about 'Intelligence Engineering' (IE) --->>>


#34RealClearDefense logoAdam D.M. Svendsen (with Salem B.S. Dandan), 'The "Intelligence Engineering" (IE) Rationale', RealClearDefense (Washington, DC: 10 April 2020) - via: < https://www.realcleardefense.com/articles/2020/04/10/the_intelligence_engineering_ie_rationale_115190.html > (accessed: April 2020).

The National Interest logoAnd as also featured on The National Interest blog as 'Intelligence Engineering: The Spymaster's Guide To the 21st Century' (USA: 12 April 2020) via: < https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/intelligence-engineering-spymasters-guide-21st-century-143522 > (accessed: April 2020). See here for further IE resources --->>>


#35Small Wars JournalAdam D.M. Svendsen (with Salem B.S. Dandan), 'Doing Intelligence Differently via "Intelligence Engineering" (IE)', Small Wars Journal (18 April 2020) - via: < https://smallwarsjournal.com/jrnl/art/doing-intelligence-differently-intelligence-engineering-ie > (accessed: April 2020). Find out more about IE here --->>>


 

For further research & analysis insights, see also commentary pieces & articles --->>>

 

(3.2) Book chapter contributions (9+):

Jump to date >>> 2011; 2012/13; 2014; 2015; 2016; 2017; 2018


#1Hybrid and Cyber WarA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Intelligence Liaison: An essential navigation tool’, in J. Schroefl, B.M. Rajaee and D. Muhr (eds), Hybrid and Cyber War as Consequences of the Asymmetry (Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang International Publishers, 2011) – details online via: <https://www.peterlang.com/view/product/12998>.


#2European Security, Terrorism and IntelligenceA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘On “a continuum with expansion”? Intelligence co-operation in Europe in the early Twenty-first Century’ in C. Kaunert and S. Leonard (eds), European Security, Terrorism, and Intelligence: Tackling New Security Challenges in Europe (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan/Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics Series, 2013) – details online via: <https://www.palgrave.com/gb/book/9780230361812>. Direct chapter link ->>> GoogleBooks preview of chapter - >>> // Chapter data ->>> and for further overall book data, reviews, etc. - >>>


#3Intelligence Studies in Britain and the USA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘1968 – “A year to remember” for the study of British Intelligence?’, in C.R. Moran and C.J. Murphy (eds), Intelligence Studies in Britain and the US: Historiography since 1945 (Edinburgh, Scotland/NY: Edinburgh University Press/Oxford University Press, 2013) – details online via: <https://edinburghuniversitypress.com/book-intelligence-studies-in-britain-and-the-us.html>. GoogleBooks preview of chapter ->>> // Direct chapter link ->>>


#4Anglo-American Relations: Contemporary PerspectivesA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘“Strained” relations? Evaluating contemporary Anglo-American intelligence and security co-operation’, chapter 8 in S. Marsh and A. Dobson (eds), Anglo-American Relations: Contemporary Perspectives (London: Routledge/Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics Series, 2012 [PBk: December 2013]), from p.208 – details online via: <http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415678506/> and <http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415643412/> // GoogleBooks preview of the chapter - >>> / Direct T&F link to the chapter - >>> (accessed: March 2018). Liked this? See also this book --->>>


#5Encylopedia of US IntelligenceA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Collective Intelligence (COLINT)’ entry in G. Moore (ed.), Encyclopedia of U.S. Intelligence (EUSI) (New York: Taylor & Francis/CRC Press, 2014) - details via: <http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781420089578 > and Abstract via: < https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/9781420089585/chapters/10.1081/E-EUSI-120049757 >. Liked this? See also a 2018 blog post on 'Collective Intelligence' --->>>


#6Business Process Management Handbook - BPMA.D.M. Svendsen (with Mark von Rosing, Henrik von Scheel, August-Wilhelm Scheer, et al.), ‘Business Process Trends’ chapter in their (eds.), The Complete Business Process Handbook: Body of Knowledge from Process Modeling to BPM, Volume 1 (Burlington, MA: Morgan Kaufmann/Elsevier, 2014), from p.187 - information via: <http://store.elsevier.com/The-Complete-Business-Process-Handbook/Mark-von-Rosing/isbn-9780127999593/> and Book website via: <http://www.bpmhandbook.com/> (accessed: 04/2015).


#7AFIO Guide to the Study of IntelligenceA.D.M. Svendsen, ‘Intelligence Liaison’, chapter in P.C. Oleson (ed.), AFIO's Guide to the Study of Intelligence (US Association of Former Intelligence Officers, October 2016 [1ed.]), from p.389 - further information via AFIO >>> / alternatively via amazon.com >>>


#8Open Data bookA.D.M. Svendsen (with M. Kruse), 'Foresight and the Future of Crime: Advancing Environmental Scanning Approaches’, chapter in H.L. Larsen, J.M. Blanco, R. Pastor Pastor, and R.R. Yager (eds.), Using Open Data to Detect Organized Crime Threats: Factors Driving Future Crime (London: Springer, 2017) - Book: <http://www.springer.com/gb/book/9783319527024> & book (meta)data - >>> / Chapter: <http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-52703-1_4>. See also book & chapter previews via: <https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=YyylDgAAQBAJ> (April 2017). // Chapter (meta)data - >>>


#9RoutledgeHandbookDefenceStudiesA.D.M. Svendsen, 'Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR)’, chapter 22 in J. Deni and D. Galbreath (eds), Routledge Handbook of Defence Studies (London: Routledge, 2018) - further details via: <https://www.routledge.com/Routledge-Handbook-of-Defence-Studies/Galbreath-Deni/p/book/9781138122505> (September 2017). See a GoogleBooks preview of the chapter (February 2018) - >>> // Also, view a chapter abstract & contents via: https://www.routledgehandbooks.com/doi/10.4324/9781315650463-23

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ISR chapter data - via >>>


 

 

(3.3) Commentary-related publications - include:

Buffeted not Busted - e-IR.info

  1. A.D.M. Svendsen, 'The CIA and the Globalisation of Intelligence', presentation recording at the Landscapes of Secrecy: The CIA in History, Fiction and Memory Conference (East Midlands Conference Centre, University of Nottingham, UK: 29 April 2011) - listen via: < https://backdoorbroadcasting.net/2011/04/adam-svendsen-the-cia-and-the-globalisation-of-intelligence/ > (accessed: May 2021).
  2. Buffeted not Busted: The UKUSA “Five Eyes” after Snowden(via e-IR.info, January 2014)
  3. ‘Resilience is essential’ in ‘Your View - Security Community asked: What role will natural disasters play for our future security?’, Security Community - The OSCE Magazine, Issue 3 (Vienna, Austria: Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe - OSCE, 2014), p.31 - download via < http://www.osce.org/magazine/2014/3 >
  4. ‘“Smart Law” for Intelligence!’, via the Tech & Law Centre (University of Milan, Italy: July 2015) - Mobile view via LinkedIn's SlideShare: < https://www.slideshare.net/mobile/TechAndLaw/smart-intelligence > (accessed: July 2020).
  5. ‘Publishing tips’ video for authors, for Routledge/Taylor & Francis (August 2015) can be found via YouTube >>> // Transcript link (PDF) --->
  6. ‘Making arms control “smarter”? The importance of intelligence’, Utrikes Perspectiv (October 2015 [(magazine of the Association of Foreign Affairs, Lund University, Sweden)]), pp.56-57.
  7. ‘“Work-in-progress”? Revisiting the UK Serious and Organised Crime Strategy of 2013 and surveying UK efforts against transnational organised crime’, published via the RUSI Strategic Hub for Organised Crime Research (SHOC) - The Informer blog (8 November 2017) - >>>
  8. Various blog post contributions on 'Collective Intelligence' or COLINT - >>>
  9. Contribution on early-2020 UK Huawei Decision via 'IntelWatch', Jane's Intelligence Review - JIR (January/February 2020) - < https://www.janes.com/article/94233/intelwatch-january-february-2020 > (subscriber access link).
  10. 'Contribution on & introducing "Intelligence Engineering"', UK 'Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium (DSDS19)', conference organised by Cranfield University and the UK Defence Academy, Shrivenham (November 2019/Online: January 2020) - download poster (PDF) --->>>

 

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(3) Advanced: The OSINT-based RESINT is then subjected to further in-depth-ranging analysis & assessment/evaluation via the applied process of the multi-stepped 'Intelligence Engineering' (IE) approach & methodology.

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(ii) Horizon-to-Environmental Scanning:

‘Strategic Snapshot’ (StratSnap) - consists of the following:

  • Can be focused on any chosen Theme/Issue/Problem/Risk/Hazard/Threat in any given place/location and at any date/time to provide a relative & reflective ‘snapshot’ for helping understanding, ranging from situational awareness to sense- & decision-making.
  • A traffic-light-colour-coded indicator board (red-amber-green) infographic for visualisation.
  • Pre-positioned checkboxes on the indicator board that provide basic, approx. scoring.
  • When the selected checkbox scores are added together, they offer insight that enables the provision of a guide towards ascertaining potential future course(s) of action - ranging from Strategic Management to Crisis Management approaches - that could subsequently be adopted for guiding next ways forward.
  • Can be individually to collectively (team) completed - for example, in meeting to workshop settings.

Contact via: research@asgonline.co.uk - to request more information & for a copy of the latest Marketing PDF Brochure, price guide, etc.


(b) Why?


'Not merely "Nice to Have", but "Need to Have"!' & 'Helping melt "self-licking ice-creams"!'

Valuable for insight-generation & contextual/situational awareness, such as for:

  • thinking 'outside & beyond "boxes"';
  • addressing 'missing dimensions'; &
  • overcoming situations/conditions of 'cognitive dissonance', & more...

For Intelligence Engineering 'added value' & 'unique selling points' (USPs), view an introductory presentation ->>>


(c) Who for?


Useful for: the full-spectrum range of intelligence, defence, security, law-enforcement (including policing), military (conventional & special forces) to strategic, crisis & disaster management practitioners (field-operators & analysts; civilian & military).

Provides equal advantages for mainstream, private sector & commercial to financial business(es).

Bespoke & tailorable services & products, with operational up & across to strategic value, including for high(er)-level commanders & policy-/decision-makers (CIV/MIL & POL/MIL).


(d) Where to begin?


Why not start with our 'flagship' workshop, titled: 'Introducing & advancing an Intelligence Engineering framework'.


(e) How does it work?


The above 'flagship' workshop gives a highly participant-involved, bite-sized & step-by-step ‘walk-through’ of the Intelligence Engineering (IE) approach (aka. the ‘Bridgehead Methodology’).

In its ‘multi-scaler’ and 'multi-purposed' design, the workshop can be run & configured to focus on *whatever* is most precisely desired & required by participants - e.g. whatever is of most interest and/or concern.

This customisation ensures, e.g., buy-in & that the workshop most directly meets end-user ‘STARC' criteria, relating to it being: Specific, Timely, Accurate, Relevant and Clear.

For further Intelligence Engineering (IE) 'added value' & USPs, view its introductory presentation ->>> // see also its textbook - >>>

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Feedback is always welcomed!

research@asgonline.co.uk

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Conference/Workshop, etc. highlights (amongst others):

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'Defence & Military' track presentation, as part of the UK Operational Research (OR) Society's 63rd Annual Conference, online & with the University of Southampton (September 2021).

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Multi-stakeholder workshop keynote presentations on 'Cyber Intelligence - CYBINT' & 'Collective Intelligence - COLINT', with UK & international universities & commercial technology research & training companies (September 2021).

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Strategic overview for a 'big' & 'open data' policing training course for European police & other law enforcement authority stakeholders (September 2021).

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UK Defence Academy & Cranfield University’s 'Spatial Socio-Cultural Knowledge Workshop Symposium' (May 2021).

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Various bespoke presentations on 'Intelligence Engineering' (IE) to 'Open Source Intelligence' (OSINT) topics given to several private member club meetings - delivered online during COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic (2020-21).

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Included input to a NATO Innovation Hub wargame focused on the topic of ‘countering COVID-era disinformation’. (September/October 2020).

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2-day KCL Wargaming Network workshop on 'Wargaming the Pandemic' (COVID-19/Coronavirus), King's College London, School of Security Studies (April 2020).

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Contribution on & introducing 'Intelligence Engineering' to the UK 'Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium (DSDS19)', organised by Cranfield University and the UK Defence Academy, Shrivenham. Hosted in association with DSTL (UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory), AWE (UK Atomic Weapons Establishment), Department for Transport and GCHQ (UK Government Communications Headquarters) (November 2019).

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'Intelligence-sharing & Counter-terrorism' panel at 'The Future of Strategic Studies: Challenges to Collective Defence in the Modern Era' Conference, Coriolis Technologies & Goodenough College, London (September 2019).

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Guest Lecture & Research Seminar, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University, Denmark (May 2019).

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Expert Lectures, Collective Intelligence Unit (CIU) & Department of International Economics, Government and Business, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark (May 2019).

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Intelligence Studies Section panel at the 60th annual International Studies Association (ISA) Convention 2019, Toronto, Canada (March 2019).

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8th Centre for Intelligence & International Security Studies (CIISS) Conference on Intelligence (Aberystwyth University, Wales / King's College London - KCL), University of Wales Conference Centre, Wales, UK (November 2018).

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'War Studies' track (Working Group 1) of 'Military Sciences and Future Security Challenges’, the International Society of Military Sciences (ISMS) Annual Conference 2018, Polish War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland.

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International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE) Europe Conference 2018, University of Leicester, UK

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35th International Symposium on Military Operational Research (35 ISMOR) 2018, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

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'War Studies' track of the International Society of Military Sciences (ISMS) 2017 Annual Conference, Norwegian Defence University, Oslo, Norway

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International ‘Intelligence in the Knowledge Society’ (IKS) Conference 2017, Romanian National Intelligence Academy (‘Mihai Viteazul’), Bucharest

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‘CenSec Homeland Security Network - Networking Meeting’ 2017 (Centre for Defence, Space & Security, DK), Ryes Kaserne, Fredericia, Denmark

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International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE) Conference 2017, American Military University, Charles Town, West Virginia, USA

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'Guest lecture' Masters in Fraud Investigation 2017, Coventry University, London office, City of London, UK

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58th International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention 2017, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

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'Project workshop' 2017, University of Southern Denmark, Copenhagen Airport (CPH), Denmark

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RUSI Strategic Hub on Organised Crime Research (SHOC) workshops 2016+, Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI), Whitehall, London

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'Guest Lectures' 2016, Military Sciences Faculty, Netherlands Defence Academy in Breda, NL

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International ‘Intelligence in the Knowledge Society’ Conference 2016, Romanian National Intelligence Academy (‘Mihai Viteazul’), Bucharest, Romania

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International Society of Military Sciences (ISMS) 2016 Annual Conference, Polish National Defence University, Warsaw, Poland

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Center for Cyber and Information Security, NTNU - Norwegian Technology and Science University in Gjøvik, Norway (2016)

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'Setting-up an Air Marshal Training Centre – ARMLET: Closing Conference’ 2016, EU Commission & Romanian National Intelligence Academy (‘Mihai Viteazul’), Bucharest

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33rd International Symposium on Military Operational Research (33 ISMOR) 2016, UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) with the Defence Special Interest Group of the Operational Research (OR) Society and the US Military Operations Research Society, with the UK MoD’s DSTL - Defence Science and Technology Laboratories, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

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'Big Data and Security', UNICRI (United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute) workshop 2016, United Nations (UN) Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland.

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International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE), 12th Annual Conference - 1st annual conference of IAFIE’s European chapter 2016, Netherlands Military Academy, Castle of Breda, Breda, NL

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‘Convergent forms of power in the Black Sea Region: Think hard, act smart’, Security in the Black Sea Region Training Program 2016: Shared challenges, sustainable future, Romanian Presidential Administration with the Romanian Intelligence Service’s National Intelligence Academy (‘Mihai Viteazul’), Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, the US National Intelligence University (NIU), and NATO.

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Human Geography in Defence Engagement: 9th Annual International Spatial Socio-Cultural Knowledge Workshop (SSKW 2016), UK Defence Academy, Shrivenham, with Cranfield University Defence and Security (CDS)

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International ‘Intelligence in the Knowledge Society’ conference 2015, Romanian National Institute for Intelligence Studies, National Intelligence Academy (‘Mihai Viteazul’), Bucharest, Romania

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International Society of Military Sciences (ISMS) Annual Conference 2015, Finnish National Defence University (FNDU), Helsinki

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’32nd International Symposium on Military Operational Research (32 ISMOR)’ 2015, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, UK

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Various EU projects, Rome, Italy (2015)

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Farnborough Aerospace Centre, Farnborough, UK (2015)

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'Decoding the Human: Social Science Approaches to Cyber Espionage and Cybercrime’ Conference 2015, Oxford Intelligence Group (OIG) and the Extra-Legal Governance Institute (ExLegi), Nuffield College, University of Oxford, UK

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‘Prebend House Advanced Studies Seminar Series’ 2015, Centre for Security and Intelligence Studies (BUCSIS), University of Buckingham, UK

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Spanish Guardia Civil HQ, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria (2015)

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Annual International ISMS Conference 2014, Austrian Defence Academy in Vienna, Austria

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Aalborg University, Sydhavn, Copenhagen, Denmark (2014)

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‘Cyber Intelligence Europe 2014’ Conference (Chaired), European Parliament Hotel Renaissance, Brussels, Belgium

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‘Assessing EU Criminal Intelligence’ Conference, 2014, hosted by the Law Department, Maastricht University, NL

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Thales laboratories, Delft, NL (2014)

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‘Spatial Socio-Cultural Knowledge Workshop 2014’, UK Defence Academy/Cranfield University, Shrivenham, UK

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’Spy Chiefs’ Conference 2014, University of Warwick campus, Venice, Italy

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‘Changing Structures of Power and Security Challenges in the XXI Century’, hosted by the Center for Strategic and Security Research (CSSR), Latvian Defence Academy, Riga, Latvia (2013)

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International Society of Military Sciences (ISMS) Annual Conference 2013, Royal Danish Defence College (RDDC/FAK), Copenhagen, Denmark

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University of Granada, Granada, Spain (2013)

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Isdefe, Madrid, Spain (2013 / 2014 / 2015)

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'The Past, Present and Future of Intelligence' Biennial Conference 2013, Centre for Intelligence and International Security Studies (CIISS), Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University, Gregynog Hall, Wales, UK

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Centre d'intégration Nano-INNOV at CEA, Paris, France (2013)

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International Society of Military Sciences (ISMS) Annual Conference 2012, hosted by the Centre for International and Defence Policy (CIDP), Queen’s University and the Royal Military College (RMC) of Canada, Kingston, ON, Canada

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Joint 'Canadian Centre of Intelligence and Security Studies (CCISS)' and 'Centre for Security and Defence Studies (CSDS)' Special Seminar 2012, The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA), Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

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Royal Danish Defence College (RDDC/FAK), Copenhagen, Denmark, 2012

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‘Network for Strategic Studies’ (‘Netværk for Strategiske Studiers’) meeting 2011, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark

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3rd International Conference of the International Society of Military Sciences (ISMS), Baltic Security and Defence College, Tartu, Estonia

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Transatlantic Studies Association (TSA) Annual Conference 2011, University of Dundee, Scotland, UK

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'Landscapes of Secrecy: The CIA in History, Fiction and Memory’ Conference 2011, East Midlands Conference Centre, University of Nottingham, UK

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Security and Intelligence Studies Group (SISG) contribution at the 61st (UK) Political Studies Association (PSA) Annual Conference 2011, Hammersmith, London, UK

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American Politics Group (APG) (of the British Political Studies Association) Annual Conference 2011, The Rothermere American Institute and St. Anne’s College, The University of Oxford, UK

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2nd International Conference of the International Society of Military Sciences (ISMS), 2010, Swedish National Defence College (SNDC/FHS), Stockholm, Sweden

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Track II US-UK Strategic Dialogue 2010, US Defense Threat Reduction Agency DTRA and Centre for Science and Security Studies (CSSS), KCL War Studies, Cotswolds, UK

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Transatlantic Studies Association (TSA) Conference 2010, University of Durham, UK

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‘Secret Intelligence: Past, Present, Future?’ workshop 2009, University of Warwick, UK

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'Video conference', Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, UK with University of Adelaide, Australia (2009)

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‘Intelligence and Globalisation’, Workshop 4: Intelligence and Government in the 21st Century, hosted by the Brunel Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies (BCISS), Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK

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‘CIA & US Foreign Policy: Reform, Representations and New Approaches to Intelligence’ conference, 2009, Clinton Institute for American Studies, University College Dublin, Ireland

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‘European Security, Terrorism and Intelligence: Past and Present’ Workshop, funded by the Manchester Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, the European Studies Research Institute (ESRI) and the Centre for International Security and War Studies, University of Salford (Greater Manchester), UK (2009)

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American Politics Group (APG) (of the British Political Studies Association) Annual Conference 2009, The Rothermere American Institute & St. Anne’s College, University of Oxford, UK

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‘The New 20 Years’ Crisis’? Conference on World Security Studies, Department of Politics and International Studies (PaIS), 2008, University of Warwick, UK

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British Association for American Studies (BAAS) Annual Conference 2008, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

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British International Studies Association (BISA) conference 2007, Robinsons College, University of Cambridge, UK

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European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) annual conference, 2007, University of Pisa, Italy

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‘Choices for Western Intelligence: The Security Challenges of the Twenty-first Century?’ Conference 2007, Centre for Intelligence and International Security Studies (CIISS), Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University, University of Wales Conference Centre, Gregynog Hall, Wales, UK

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UACES Student Forum Eighth Annual Conference (2007), School of Politics and International Relations, University of Nottingham, UK

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Transatlantic Studies Association (TSA) Conference 2006, University of Dundee, Scotland, UK

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