[#CrimOrg] Article: « Organized Crime vs. White-collar Crime: Which is the Bigger Problem? »

By Jay Albanese « Organized crime and white-collar crime have the same objective, but only one of them dom-inates the public narrative. It is time to […]

[#CrimOrg] Livre: « Gangsters and Other Statesmen: Mafias, Separatists, and Torn States in a Globalized World »

By Danilo Mandic « Separatism has been on the rise across the world since the end of the Cold War, dividing countries through political strife, ethnic […]

[#CrimOrg] Rapport: « The Global Illicit Economy – Trajectories of Organized Crime »

By Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime « Through stark images and charts, this report gives a graphic illustration of how the global illicit economy has […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Forecasting forecaster accuracy: Contributions ofpast performance and individual differences »

By Mark Himmelstein, Pavel Atanasov, David V. Budescu « A growing body of research indicates that forecasting skill is a unique and stabletrait: forecasters with a […]

[#ArtificialIntelligence] Article: « TOOLS ARE NOT STRATEGIES: A SHORT GUIDE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR DEFENSE PROFESSIONALS »

By Jules Hurst « Humans have a tendency to treat emerging technologies as catch-all solutions to endemic problems. Information technology companies actively reinforce this notion in […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Thinking, Fast and Slow » (2012)

By Daniel Kahneman « The New York Times Bestseller, acclaimed by author such as Freakonomics co-author Steven D. Levitt, Black Swan author Nassim Nicholas Taleb and […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Critical intelligence studies: introduction to the special issue »

By Hamilton Bean, Peter de Werd, Cristina Ivan « This introduction to the special issue describes recent developments in intelligence studies that support the establishment of […]

[#CRIMORG] Article: « Global Crime Patterns: An Analysis of Survey Data from 166 Countries Around the World, 2006–2019 »

By Jan van Dijk, Paul Nieuwbeerta, Jacqueline Joudo Larsen « ObjectivesThis article explores the merits of commercially-based survey data on crime through cross-validation with established crime […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Flexible versus structured support for reasoning: enhancing analytical reasoning through a flexible analytic technique »

By Jennifer Stromer-Galley, Patricia Rossini, Kate Kenski, Brian McKernan, Benjamin Clegg, James Folkestad, Carsten Østerlund, Lael Schooler, Olga Boichak, Jordan Canzonetta, Rosa Mikeal Martey, Corey […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Major or Minor?: For What Audiences are Intelligence Studies Programs Best Suited »

By Kevin Riehle « Intelligence and security studies degree programs at non-government universities offer a variety of diplomas, from bachelor’s degrees, to graduate certificates, to master’s […]

[#TERRORISM|#CRIMORG] Article: « Are Terrorist Networks Just Glorified Criminal Cells? »

By Elie Alhajjar, Ryan Fameli, Shane Warren « The notions of organized crime and terrorism have an old and rich history around the globe. Researchers and […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « ‘No, we don’t know where Tupac is’: critical intelligence studies and the CIA on social media »

By Rhys Crilley, Louise Pears « Since joining Twitter in 2014, the CIA has used social media to show an uncharacteristically humorous side to an institution […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Analytical Standards in the Intelligence Community: Are Standards Professionalized Enough? Standards Professionalized Enough? »

By Derek Reinhold, Charles M. Russo, Beth Eisenfeld « Analytical standards and its impact is a topic compelling the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) toward a discipline […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Understanding the complexity of intelligence problems »

By Christiaan Menkveld « The complexity of an intelligence problem determines to a great extent the certainty that can be provided by intelligence and security services. […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Cognitive Bias in Intelligence Analysis: Testing the Analysis of Competing Hypotheses Method (Intelligence, Surveillance and Secret Warfare) »

By Martha Whitesmith « Tests whether the analysis of competing hypotheses reduces cognitive bias, and proposes a more effective approach Reveals that a key element of […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Countering Intelligence Algorithms »

By Peter J Phillips, Gabriela Pohl « The use of artificial intelligence (AI) and algorithms by intelligence agencies requires the capability to counter their use by […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Top Secret Canada: Understanding the Canadian Intelligence and National Security Community »

By Stephanie Carvin, Thomas Juneau, Craig Forcese National security in the interest of preserving the well-being of a country is arguably the first and most […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Analytical Standards in the Intelligence Community: Are Standards Professionalized Enough? »

By Derek Reinhold, Charles M. Russo, Beth Eisenfeld « Analytical standards and its impact is a topic compelling the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) toward a discipline […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Potential Use of Structured Analytical Techniques in Building Investigative Versions »

By Wojciech Filipkowski « The aim of this study is to present the possibilities of using structured analytical techniques in building investigative versions. They may relate […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Rapport: « Automated Collection of Open Source Intelligence »

By Bc. Ondřej Zoder « With the ever-growing amount of data available on the Internet and the wide-spread adoption of social media networks, publicly accessible websites […]

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