musaphoto“Russia Wagner Militia, Chechen Fighters, and Nazification of Ukraine”, by Musa Khan Jalalzai, a member of RIEAS, Greece and Director of the Law Enforcement and Intelligence Analysis Center, UK and Fellow of Islamic Theology of Counter-Terrorism (ITCT), a Think-Tank based in UK.

The book focuses on the issue of Foreign Fighters, or Proxy Militias that have circulated in newspapers, Proxy Militias have reached Ukraine and are fighting against Russian and Ukraine’s army in different cities. There were different perceptions about these militias and their fighting capabilities, but one thing was clear that these militias might be effective in guerrilla war, not in traditional technological war.

barnea9RIEAS presents a valuable book for security and intelligence scholars titled: “We Have Never Expected That: A Comparative Study of Failures in National and Business Intelligence” by Avner Barnea, a research fellow at the National Security Studies (NSSC) at the University of Haifa, Israel.
The Book will be presented online event hosted by the Bar -Ilan University (Israel), on Thursday the 10 March at 1130 (EST-US) / 1830 (Israel and Greek time)  Click on to Read more.

icct8RIEAS presents a valuable book for security and intelligence scholars titled: “Handbook of Terrorism, Prevention, and Preparedness”, edited by Prof. Alex P. Schmid and featuring contributions from leading experts in the field, this ambitious joint project aims to be an authoritative resource on counter-terrorism. Edition 1st Edition, First Published 2020, The Hague, ICCT Press. DOI 10.19165/2020.6.01, ISBN 9789090339771. Read more

per211RIEAS presents a valuable book for security and intelligence scholars titled: “Hybrid Warfare: Security and Asymmetric Conflict in International Relations” by Mikael Weissmann, Niklas Nilsson, Per Thunholm and Bjorn Palmertz (eds). Hybrid Warfare refers to a military strategy that blends conventional warfare, so-called 'irregular warfare' and cyber-attacks with other influencing methods, such as fake news, diplomacy and foreign political intervention. As Hybrid Warfare becomes increasingly commonplace, there is an imminent need for research bringing attention to how these challenges can be addressed in order to develop a comprehensive approach towards Hybrid Threats and Hybrid Warfare. Read more 


ccespionage1RIEAS presents a book titled: Chinese Communist Espionage, An Intelligence Primer by Peter Mattis and Matthew Brazil (eds). This is the first book of its kind to employ hundreds of Chinese sources to explain the history and current state of Chinese Communist intelligence operations. It profiles the leaders, top spies, and important operations in the history of China's espionage organs, and links to an extensive online glossary of Chinese language intelligence and security terms. Peter Mattis and Matthew Brazil present an unprecedented look into the murky world of Chinese espionage both past and present, enabling a better understanding of how pervasive and important its influence is, both in China and abroad. Read more

darya9RIEAS presents a book titled: “Terrorism and Advanced Technologies in Psychological Warfare: New Risks, New Opportunities to Counter the Terrorist Threat by Darya Bazarkina, Evgeny N. Pashentsev, and Greg Simons (eds). The book focus on the advanced technologies in the contemporary society enable many social problems to be resolved. However, due to the imperfect nature of social relations in human society, these technologies are very often used against human security and public interest. One of the most obvious and dangerous expressions of such usage is the activity of terrorist. Read more

intelcultures9RIEAS presents the Book titled: Intelligence Communities and Cultures in Asia and the Middle East: A Comprehensive Reference by Bob de Graaff, editor, Professor of intelligence and security studies at the University of Utrecht, the Netherlands.

Description of the Book
How are intelligence systems structured in countries across Asia and the Middle East—from Russia to India, from Turkey to China and Japan, from Kazakhstan to Saudi Arabia? In what ways did decolonization and the Cold War influence their organization? What is their mission, and to what extent do they come under public scrutiny?

The authors of this comprehensive reference delve into these questions, and more, to provide a unique, systematic survey of intelligence practices and cultures in 22 countries. Read more

erik9RIEAS presents the book titled: “Intelligence Operations: Understanding Data, Tools, People, and Processes” helps readers understand the various issues and considerations an intelligence professional must tackle when reviewing, planning, and managing intelligence operations, regardless of level or environment.

The book opens by introducing the reader to the many defining concepts associated with intelligence, as well as the main subject of intelligence: the threat. Additional chapters examine the community of intelligence, revealing where intelligence is actually practiced, as well as what defines and characterizes intelligence operations. Readers learn about the four critical components to every intelligence operation—data, tools, people, and processes—and then explore the various operational and analytic processes involved in greater detail. Throughout, the text encourages discovery and discussion, urging readers to first understand the material, then break it down, adapt it, and apply it in a way that supports their particular operations or requirements.

Unique in approach and designed to assist professionals at all levels, Intelligence Operations is an excellent resource for both academic courses in the subject and practical application by intelligence personnel. Read more

patrickbook8In 2019, RIEAS presented a book titled on “Intelligence, Biosecurity and Bioterrorism” written by Patrick F. Walsh, a former intelligence analyst who has worked in Australia’s National Security and Law Enforcement. Dr. John M Nomikos met Mr. Patrick F. Walsh in an international conference in Europe. The second chapter of the book focuses on “The Biosecurity Threat Environment” (pages: 21 -57). On page 35, Mr. Patrick F. Walsh emphasizes on “Emerging Biosecurity Threats (2018-2023). The book is a “must” for any analyst, scholar who focuses his/her research on Biosecurity Threat Environment. His book explores how potential bio-threats and risks may evolve post 9/11 given the rapid changes in biotechnology and synthetic biology. It also explores what role intelligence communities can play in understanding threats and risks. It argues that although bio-threats and risks are largely low probability and high impact in nature, intelligence in ‘Five Eyes’ countries remain insufficiently prepared to understand them. This book identifies key areas where intelligence reforms need to take place including a more strategic and systematic collaboration between national security/law enforcement intelligence and the scientific community. It is aimed at intelligence analysts, those in the scientific community working on health security threats, policy makers and researchers working on biosecurity and bioterrorism threats and risks. Read more

keshav1RIEAS international Advisor Keshav Mazumdar Antiterrorism Officer CPO CAS CMAS FNWC ASC CRC has singlehandedly created a full Army/paramilitary intelligence architecture configured for low intensity conflict from Battalion to Brigade level on American Army lines.The system is under evaluation in India for Indian Security Forces operating in Kashmir and North East. Mr Mazumdar hold international credentials and is globally respected as an intelligence expert. Read more

National security affairs analyst Ehud Eilam examines the strategy of containment in the Middle East as it is currently pursued. For the United States, containment is a way to avoid war with Iran and thwart its nuclear weapons program. For Israel it has been a way to prevent a confrontation with the Palestinians in both the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. In other cases, containment is meant to weaken a foe without starting a war, as Israel did by bombing shipments of weapons to Hezbollah. Containment was also part of the war in Syria—because the West lacked the ability to overthrow Bashar al-Assad, though it cost the civilian population there dearly. Egypt has been trying to contain both its enormous economic hardships and ISIS, primarily in the Sinai Peninsula. Ultimately Eilam provides important and timely insights into the Middle East’s perennially fluid and volatile political environment. His insights and analyses will be of interest not least in the corridors of power both here and abroad. Read more

The Red Sea is one of the world’s most important trade routes, a theater of power struggle among local, regional and global powers. Military and political developments continue to impact on the geostrategic landscape of the region in the context of its trade thoroughfare for Europe, China, Japan and India; freedom of navigation is a strategic interest for Egypt, and essential for Israel’s economic ties with Asia. Read more

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