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2008 Intelligence Studies panels at ISA

International and Domestic Intelligence Reforms: Decentralization, Coordination, and Integration Sponsors

WA42 Wednesday 8:30 - 10:15 AM Intelligence Studies

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) James J. Wirtz Naval Postgraduate School Counterinsurgency Cooperation: The Importance and Structure of Intelligence Sharing James Walsh University of North Carolina Charlotte The Challenge of Domestic Intelligence Sharing Jennifer E. Sims Georgetown University The Development of European Intelligence Cooperation: A New-Institutional Approach Bjorn Fagersten Harvard University The Recent Intelligence Community Reforms: Organizational Weapon or a Tower of Babel? George C. Fidas National Defense Intelligence College Discussant(s) Amy Zegart UCLA

Intelligence Failure: An Opportunity to Learn and Improve? Sponsors

WB52 Wednesday 10:30 AM - 12:15 PM Intelligence Studies

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) Allen L. Keiswetter National Defense Intelligence College ‘Intelligence Culture’: The Missing Link in the Study of Intelligence Failures Dima P. Adamsky Columbia University / Haifa University Uri Bar-Joseph Haifa University, Israel

Information Disconnects and Organizational Fragmentation: Lessons for Global Intelligence Failures Kevin C. Desouza Assistant Professor, The Information School; University of Washington


Intelligence Review: Recent Indian Miltary History Virendra S. Verma Jawaharlal Nehru University, NewDelhi The Politics of Intelligence and the American Wars in Iraq: The Predictive Predicament Ofira Seliktar Naval War College

Aggregating the Intelligence Studies Literature: A Compendium Project Panel Sponsors

WC16 Wednesday 1:45 - 3:30 PM Intelligence Studies Compendium Panel

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) Stephen Marrin Mercyhurst College Analysis: Themes, Issues and Divergent Views Charles A. Mangio Shim Enterprises, Inc. Bonnie J. Wilkinson Air Force Research Laboratory Comparative Intelligence: Surveying a Changing Landscape Kevin O'Connell Georgetown University Covert Action: The State of the Field and Where I'ts Going Jennifer Kibbe Franklin and Marshall College Espionage Jon Wiant National Defense Intelligence College Intelligence Sources and Methods Robert Tomes George Washington University Discussant(s) James J. Wirtz Naval Postgraduate School

Public-Private Intelligence Sharing: Missed Opportunities and Promise for Future Collaboration Between Sectors Sponsors

WC42 Wednesday 1:45 - 3:30 PM Intelligence Studies Chair(s) Russell D. Howard Jebsen Center for Counter-Terrorism Studies, The Fletcher School


Business Intelligence: Lessons Learned from the Public Sector and Limitations for the Private Sector Cyrus Hodes Center for Advanced Studies (CADS) details: Challenges of Public/Private Partnerships with a Focus on Financial Institutions Hope LeBeau War Studies Department, King's College London Information Sharing With the Private Sector Daniel B. Prieto Research Fellow, Belfer Center, Harvard; Reform Institute; IBM Intelligence Networks Paula D. Broadwell Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Discussant(s) Richard Shultz International Security Studies Program, The Fletcher School

Teaching Intelligence Sponsors

WD42 Wednesday 3:45 - 5:30 PM Intelligence Studies

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) Stephen Marrin Mercyhurst College Innovation in Intelligence Education Steve Recca Teaching Intelligence Analysis: Preparing the First Textbook Timothy Walton Teaching Intelligence: A Practitioner's Perspective Malvin M. Helgesen University of New Haven Discussant Stephen Marrin Mercyhurst College

Navigating the Intelligence and Cooperation Minefields Sponsors

TA42 Thursday 8:30 - 10:15 AM Intelligence Studies

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) Loch K. Johnson School of Public and International Affairs, University of Georgia

The Civil-Military Divide: Obstacles to the Integration of Intelligence in the United States Louise Stanton The Dilemma of State and Local Intelligence Fusion Centers: Essential but Unsustainable? William J. Lahneman Towson University


The Future of Intelligence Co-operation between Military Forces and Private Security Companies based on Lessons Learned in Iraq David R. Strachan-Morris Naval War College The Social Identity of Intelligence Sharing David Kriebel Naval War College Discussant(s) Arthur S. Hulnick

Learning, Adaptation, and Value: Improving Intelligence and Intelligence Practices Sponsors

TB42 Thursday 10:30 AM - 12:15 PM Intelligence Studies

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) Robert Tomes George Washington University Changing the Guard: How U.S. Intelligence Adapts to New Threats and Opportunities Brent Durbin University of California, Berkeley Intelligence - Value for Money? Pratibha Verma Academy for Asia Pacific Studies, DELHI Virendra S. Verma Jawaharlal Nehru University, NewDelhi Intelligence and the Middle East: What We have Learned Allen L. Keiswetter National Defense Intelligence College Is Knowledge (Soft) Power? Bureaucratic Monopolies, Soft Power and Intelligence Governance in the EU" Johan Eriksson Swedish Institute for International Affairs Giampiero Giacomello University of Bologna Discussant(s) Kevin O'Connell Georgetown University

The Impact of Commissions of Inquiry on the Intelligence Structures and Functions Sponsors

TC44 Thursday 1:45 - 3:30 PM Intelligence Studies

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A. Stuart Farson Simon Fraser University Inquiring into Dirty Wars: Lessons from Counter-terrorism in Northern Ireland Pete Gill University of Salford Investigative Oversight of the American Intelligence Community: Promise and Performance Glenn P. Hastedt James Madison University Public Inquiries in Canada: Making Espionage, Organizational Culture, Mass Murder and Wrongdoing more Transparen A. Stuart Farson Simon Fraser University Reg Whitaker University of Victoria The Significance of Official Inquiries in the Development of Intelligence Oversight in the UK Mark Phythian University of Leicester Voices in the Desert: Israeli Intelligence and Commissions of Inquiry Shlomo Shpiro Bar-Ilan University Discussant(s) William J. Lahneman Towson University

Getting It Right: Making and Communicating Intelligence Forecasts Sponsors

TD11 Thursday 3:45 - 5:30 PM Intelligence Studies

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) William Nolte University of Maryland An Appraisal of the National Intelligence Estimate (NIE), 1950-2005: The Showpiece of Long-Range Forecasting in the U.S. Intelligence Community Loch K. Johnson School of Public and International Affairs, University of Georgia Analytic Confidence: Factors in Developing Analytic Confidence in Intelligence Forecasts Joshua J. Peterson Mercyhurst College Kristan J. Wheaton Mercyhurst College

Estimative Words of Probability Trends in National Intelligence Estimates Rachel F. Kesselman Mercyhurst College The Medium as the Message – Marketing the Intelligence Product for Intelligence Success Michael A. Turner University of Maryland


Discussant(s) William Nolte

Challenges of Policy-Relevant Research on the Seam between Physical and Social Sciences Sponsors

TD14 Thursday 3:45 - 5:30 PM Convention Theme

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) Robert R. Odell US Government, National Intelligence Council Roundtable Discussants Geoffrey D. Dabelko Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Marc A. Levy Columbia University-CIESIN Aaron T. Wolf Oregon State University Discussant(s) Gregory F. Treverton Director, RAND Center for Global Risk and Security

Novel Approaches In Intelligence Analysis Sponsors

FB65 Friday 10:30 AM - 12:15 PM Intelligence Studies

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) Kevin O'Connell Georgetown University Foresight and Warning – Exploring Alternative Methodologies for Understanding and Anticipating Emerging Threats in a New Threat Environment Myriam Dunn Cavelty Center for Security Studies, ETH Zurich Victor Mauer Center for Security Studies Mapping the Structure of the Iraqi Insurgency using Open Source Data Michael Gabbay Information Systems Laboratories, Inc.

On Estimating Post-Cold War Enemy Intentions Robert M. Mandel Lewis & Clark College Discussant(s) Robert Tomes George Washington University


Intelligence Reform Sponsors

FC42 Friday 1:45 - 3:30 PM Intelligence Studies

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) Arthur S. Hulnick Boston University Intelligence Reform 2008: Where Do We Go From Here? Arthur S. Hulnick Boston University Reflections on Congressional Oversight of the Central Intelligence Agency Joseph Wippl Central Intelligence Agency Reforming U.S. Intelligence: When and How Should Intelligence Be Centralized? Brent Durbin University of California, Berkeley The Worldview of U.S. Intelligence and the Limits of Reform David Mastro West Virginia University Discussant David H. Gray University of Denver Graduate School of International Studies

Reconstructing Civil Society in Failed or Failing States Sponsors

FD65 Friday 3:45 - 5:30 PM Intelligence Studies Peace Studies

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) Michael Andregg University of St. Thomas Roundtable Discussants Timothy J. Doorey Naval Postgraduate School Volker Franke Bonn International Center for Conversion Melvin A. Goodman Center for International Policy

Daniel S. Gressang Joint Military Intelligence College Thania Paffenholz University of Bern


The Effective Utilization of Intelligence: The Central Role of an Interagency Process Sponsors

SA65 Saturday 8:30 - 10:15 AM Intelligence Studies

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) Thomas C. Bruneau Department of National Security Affairs, Naval Postgraduate School Britain's Unique Approach to Integrating Intelligence into Government Decision - Making Michael S. Goodman King's College, London Univesity The Failed Proposal for the Integration of Intelligence in the Interagency Process in Spain Rafael L. Bardaji GEES The Integration of Intelligence in the Interagency Process in Brazil Marco Cepik Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil The Integration of Intelligence in the Interagency Process in Romania Cristina Matei Center for Civil-Military Relations, Naval Postgraduate School The National Security Council in the U.S. and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence: Cooperation or Competition? TBD TBD TBD TBD Discussant(s) Kenneth D. Dombroski Center for Civil-Military Relations, Naval Postgraduate School

Intelligence Operations and Analysis: Need, Success, and Ethics Sponsors

SB64 Saturday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Intelligence Studies

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) Robert O. Kirkland Claremont McKenna College Intelligence, Covert Action,Diplomacy and Ethics: Oxymoron or Necessity? John D. Stempel Patterson School of Diplomacy, Univ. of Kentucky The Professional Ethics of Intelligence Analysis Uri Bar-Joseph Haifa University, Israel U.S. Military Attaches in Latin American during the Cold War Years Robert O. Kirkland Claremont McKenna College Discussant(s) Michael A. Turner


Future Directions for Intelligence Studies Sponsors

SC65 Saturday 1:45 - 3:30 PM Intelligence Studies

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) Mark Phythian University of Leicester Roundtable Discussants Peter Gill University of Salford Mark Phythian University of Leicester Jennifer E. Sims Georgetown University Michael Warner ODNI

Strategic Implications of Global Disease: Building a Global Network Sponsors

SD45 Saturday 3:45 - 5:30 PM Convention Theme

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Elizabeth J. Moore Chair(s) National Intelligence Council Sharing in the Extended Enterprise: The Global Avian Influenza Collaboration Community Claudinne Roe Office of the Director of National Intelligence The Web as a Tool for Multi-Disciplinary Collaboration Warren H. Fishbein Global Futures Partnership Stephen S. Morse Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health Using Wiki Technology to Develop Strategic Intelligence: Lessons Learned Kristan J. Wheaton Mercyhurst College Widening the Circle: Can Global Collaboration Work? Fred Hassani Creative Information Technology, Inc. Discussant(s) Joan F. McIntyre Office of the Director of National Intelligence

Bridging Divides in Counterterrorism Intelligence: Law


Enforcement, Intelligence, and Non-Traditional Actors Sponsors

SD65 Saturday 3:45 - 5:30 PM Intelligence Studies

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chair(s) Matt Begert National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center-West John P. Sullivan Los Angeles Sheriff's Department Communicating Threat: The Role of the Public in the Intelligence/Law Enforcement Relationship Genevieve Lester University of California, Berkeley Cultural Intelligence, Interfaith Dialogue, and Police-Community Relations Rick Byrum Chaplain, Los Angeles Sheriff's Department From “Information Sharing� to Doing Intelligence Gregory F. Treverton Director, RAND Center for Global Risk and Security Global Terrorism and the Police John P. Sullivan Los Angeles Sheriff's Department Roundtable Discussants Daniel S. Gressang Joint Military Intelligence College Discussant(s) Stefan Brem Federal Department of Defense, Civil Protection and Sport James J. Wirtz Naval Postgraduate School

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ISS Panels  

This is a list of all of the intelligence studies panels at the 2008 International Studies Association Conference in San Francisco

ISS Panels  

This is a list of all of the intelligence studies panels at the 2008 International Studies Association Conference in San Francisco

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