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Kluitersprijs for excellent students Minor Intelligence Studies
Nineteen students who obtained excellent results in the minor Intelligence Studies received the annual Kluitersprijs.
Should intelligence services have a ‘licence to kill’?
The ‘University of the Netherlands’ is a series of lectures in which academics address topics based on their expertise. In the latest instalment, cultural historian Simon Willmetts discusses how intelligence services operate and what has changed since 9/11.
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Director of the MIVD General Swillens visits ISGA to talk about intelligence cooperation
On 15 December, Director of the MIVD General Jan Swillens, visited the Institute of Security and Global Affairs (ISGA) to give a lecture on international intelligence cooperation together with ISGA/NLDA researcher Pepijn Tuinier. This event, co-organised by the Intelligence and Security Group and the…
New Special Chair Bas Rietjens with focus on intelligence in conflict situations
Prof. dr. ir. Bas Rietjens of the Dutch Defense Academy (NLDA) has been appointed Professor by special appointment Intelligence in War and Conflict at Leiden University’s Institute for Security and Global Affairs (ISGA). The appointment of Rietjens is the result of a more intensive collaboration between…
Wagner mutiny: social media a source of information for intelligence services
Many people were using social media to follow last weekend’s march on Moscow by the Wagner mercenaries. And they weren’t the only ones: intelligence services were also watching with great interest. What kind of information do they obtain from social media and what are the advantages and disadvantage…
Simon Willmetts in the Leiden Security and Global Affairs podcast about the CIA
Simon Willmetts walks listeners through the founding of the CIA, its successes, controversies, portrayal in media and film.
What does the current international security environment look like?
Eva Michaels talks about the current international security environment, including intelligence issues with Sir John Sawers in an interview in El País.
The Hague Program on International Cyber Security: looking for the elephant in the room
A new year, a new project, a new name: The Hague Program on International Cyber Security. Professor Global Security and Technology Dennis Broeders was awarded a grant of 2 million Euros by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs