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Book Review: Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The History and Future of American Intelligence by Amy B. Zegart

Elizabeth QuistAmericas, Counterintelligence, Intelligence

Book Review: Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The History and Future of American Intelligence by Amy B. ZegartJuly 15, 2022 | | Americas | Written by Elizabeth Quist Book Review: Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The History and Future of American Intelligence by Amy B. Zegart   The practice and art of spying have roots in the Western human experience since biblical …

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Tiktok, Tinder, Zoomer, Spy: Motivations for Espionage in Late Millenials and Gen Z

Dan (pseudonym)Americas, Cyber Strategy, Intelligence

Tiktok, Tinder, Zoomer, Spy: Motivations for Espionage in Late Millenials and Gen ZJuly 15, 2022 | | Americas | Written by Dan (pseudonym) Tiktok, Tinder, Zoomer, Spy: Motivations for Espionage in Late Millenials and Gen Z   Among individuals who are considered prime targets for espionage, you can find people from nearly every lifestyle, creed, and ethnicity. Certain factors, such …

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“In For a Penny, In For a Pound” Implications of Post-Cold War Changes in U.S. Citizens’ Motivations for Espionage

William Leigh (pseudonym)Americas, Counterintelligence, Defense & Security, Intelligence

“In For a Penny, In For a Pound” Implications of Post-Cold War Changes in U.S. Citizens’ Motivations for EspionageJuly 15, 2022 | | Americas | Written by William Leigh (pseudonym) “In For a Penny, In For a Pound” Implications of Post-Cold War Changes in U.S. Citizens’ Motivations for Espionage Introduction Espionage is ostensibly the second oldest profession in existence, and …

A Review of the Trump Administration’s National Cyber Strategy: Need for Renewal and Rethinking of the Public-Private Partnership in U.S. National Security Policy

Wade H. Atkinson, Jr.Americas

A Review of the Trump Administration’s National Cyber Strategy: Need for Renewal and Rethinking of the Public-Private Partnership in U.S. National Security PolicyMarch 31, 2021 | | Americas | Written by Wade H. Atkinson, Jr. This article was originally published in the Summer 2020 edition of IWP’s student journal, Active Measures.  The Trump Administration’s National Cyber Strategy (NCS) was published in 2018 in …

Don’t Take Your Base: How the Cancelation of the 2018 MLB-FCB Agreement Impacts Prospects for Normalized U.S.-Cuban Relations

Nathan C. Bader and Kelly ZugAmericas

Don’t Take Your Base: How the Cancelation of the 2018 MLB-FCB Agreement Impacts Prospects for Normalized U.S.-Cuban RelationsOctober 22, 2020 | | Americas | Written by Nathan C. Bader and Kelly Zug This article was originally published in the Summer 2020 edition of IWP’s student journal, Active Measures. Nathan Bader gave a lecture on this topic at IWP in May 2020. Since the 1960s, Cold …

Motivations of an Ideologue: A Case Study of Cuban Spy Ana Belen Montes

Lance MooreAmericas, Blog

Motivations of an Ideologue: A Case Study of Cuban Spy Ana Belen MontesSeptember 8, 2019 | | Americas | Written by Lance Moore The article below was published in the Spring 2019 edition of Active Measures, IWP’s student journal.  This paper discusses the unique motivations of spy Ana Belen Montes, former military analyst for the DIA who spied on behalf of …

Mexican Transnational Criminal Organizations’ Exploitation of the Sonoran Desert and the Tohono O’odham Nation

Alejandro AhumadaAmericas, Blog, Public Diplomacy

Mexican Transnational Criminal Organizations’ Exploitation of the Sonoran Desert and the Tohono O’odham NationSeptember 8, 2019 | Americas | Written by Alejandro AhumadaThe article below was published in the Spring 2019 edition of Active Measures, IWP’s student journal.  This paper will discuss the Mexican Transnational Criminal Organizations’ (TCOs) use of the Sonoran Desert in order to smuggle illegal drugs across the …