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The Intelligence Review | volume 2 | issue 4 |

This volume is the product of a collaboration between the European Intelligence Academy (EIA) and the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief (CIB), a student-run initiative supported by the Department of Politics at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina, United States. Four CIB analysts tackle some of the most pressing and timely questions confronting intelligence observers today. Topics in this volume include the possibility of a war with North Korea, and the rise of far-right militancy in the United States. The volume also includes an assessment of the impact of the Islamic State in the relations between Russia and the United States, and a discussion of Turkish politics and its effect on NATO's cohesion.

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presented her findings at the 2 nd Annual Intelligence and National Security Conference at Coastal Carolina University, which she also helped host as a member of the student led initiative, Women in Intelligence and National Security. Maeve has also been a member and analyst of the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief for two years. JOSEPH FITSANAKIS, PhD, is Associate Professor of Politics in the Intelligence and National Security Studies program at Coastal Carolina University, where he teaches courses on intelligence operations, intelligence communications, national security, intelligence analysis, and intelligence in the Cold War, among other subjects. Before joining Coastal, Dr. Fitsanakis founded the Security and Intelligence Studies program at King University, where he also directed the King Institute for Security and Intelligence Studies. He has written extensively on subjects such as international espionage, intelligence tradecraft, counterintelligence, wiretapping, cyber-espionage, transnational crime and intelligence reform. He is a frequent media commentator, syndicated columnist, and senior editor at intelNews.org, an ACI-indexed scholarly blog that is cataloged through the United States Library of Congress. 54

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