ISA 2001: Panels Sponsored or Co-Sponsored by Intelligence Studies

All panel information is taken from the preliminary program available on-line at isanet.org



WB17 Wednesday 10:30 AM - 12:15 PM

Intelligence Goes Commercial
Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
Chris Demchak
University of Arizona

Covert Action in Private Industry: Dirty Tricks for Profit
Arthur Hulnick
Boston University
In-Q-Tel, Inc.: The CIA Goes to Silicon Valley
Glenn R. Fong
Thunderbird - The American Graduate School of International Management
Intelligence and Decision-Making in the 21st Century
Willliam S. Williamson
Joint Military Intelligence College
Media and Intelligence Services: Models for Analysis
Shlomo Shpiro
Bar-Ilan University

Discussant(s)
Chris Demchak
University of Arizona


TA12 Thursday 8:30 - 10:15 AM

New Approaches to Managing Proliferation
Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
John A. Nagl
United States Army Command and General Staff College

Counterproliferation as a Foundation for Nonproliferation Policy
Peter Lavoy
Office of the Secretary of Defense
New Approaches to Nonproliferation: Supplementing or Supplanting the Regime?
Phillip C. Saunders
Monterey Institute of International Studies
Preventing Future Proliferation Crises: Alternative Strategies for Changing the Calculus of Proliferation
Jeffrey W. Knopf
Monterey Institute of International Studies

Discussant(s)
Stephen J. Blank
United States Army War College



TB12 Thursday 10:30 AM - 12:15 PM

Intelligence and Local (Dis)order
Sponsors
Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies
Intelligence Studies
Chair(s)
James J. Wirtz
United States Naval Postgraduate School

Disruptive Networks and Local Level State Authority in Brazil
Enrique D. Arias
University of Wisconsin - Madison
The Mediating Function of the Messianic Prophet in Terrorist Movements: Aum Shinrikyo and Sendero Luminoso
James F. Rinehart
Troy State University
The Multilateral Coordination of the War Machine: Diplomatic and Military Conflict in the Western Intervention of
Indonesia in the late 1950s
Brian McCormack
Arizona State University
The Ramifications of Arms Transfers on Political and Economic Development in the Third World, the Persian Gulf,
and the Horn of Africa
John P. Miglietta
Tennessee State University

Discussant(s)
Jeffrey Larsen
Science Applications International Corporation
Olga Romanova
Nizhny Novgorod Research Foundation / University of Iowa


TC04 Thursday 1:45 - 3:30 PM

Democracy, Liberalism, War and Peace
Sponsors
Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies
Intelligence Studies
Chair(s)
Howard Hensel
United States Air War College

Critical Factors in Political Risk: The Role of Democratic Institutions
Llewellyn D. Howell
Thunderbird - The American Graduate School of International Management
Peacekeeping Operations and the Effects on Democratization: A Comparative Analysis
David L. Dellinger
United States Military Academy
Realist Wars, Neoliberal Peace or Capitalist Development? Israel and the Global Political Economy of Transition
Shimshon Bichler
Emek Hayarden Academic College
Jonathan Nitzan
York University
The Commercial Institutional Peace: Commerce, Institutions, or Both?
David H. Bearce
Ohio State University

Discussant(s)
Daniel Papp
Georgia Institute of Technology


TD09 Thursday 3:45 - 5:30 PM

Domestic Intelligence and Response
Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
Thomas Bruneau
Naval Postgraduate School

A Comparison of Domestic Preparedness Programs in the US and UK
Gavin I. Cameron
Monterey Institute of International Studies
Combating Transnational Organized Crime in Mexico: Only an Illusion
Sigrid Arzt
University of Miami
Control/Anti-Control: Technology & Intelligence
Adam J. Wygodny
Concordia University
Counterintelligence: The Broken Triad
Frederick L. Wettering
Lake-Sumter Community College

Discussant(s)
Arthur Hulnick
Boston University


TD28 Thursday 3:45 - 5:30 PM

Military Operations and Deception in the Age of Transparency
Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
Peter Hays
School of Advanced Aipower Studies
Steven Livingston
The George Washington University

The Impact of Commercial High Resolution Imaging Satellites on Military Stability
Gerald Steinberg
Bar-Ilan University
Through a Glass Darkly: Assessing the Impact of Commercial Observation Satellites on Military Operations and
Deception
John C. Baker
The RAND Corporation
Bob Preston
The RAND Corporation
Transparency and Stability in the Information Age
Peter Hays
School of Advanced Aipower Studies
Transparency or Opacity?: Technology and Deception Operations
Steven Livingston
The George Washington University

Discussant(s)
Karl P. Mueller
School of Advanced Airpower Studies


FB13 Friday 10:30 AM - 12:15 PM

Methodological Issues in Teaching Intelligence
Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
Jefferson Adams
Sarah Lawrence College

Early Reflections of a CIA Officer-in-Residence
Donald Steury
University of Southern California
Reforming U.S. Intelligence: A Classroom Approach
Abraham Miller
University of Cincinnati
Teaching Intelligence to Tomorrow's Admirals and Generals
Thomas Grassey
Naval War College

Discussant(s)
Steve Knott
United States Air Force Academy


FC27 Friday 1:45 - 3:30 PM

Intelligence and Terrorism
Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
Fredrick Rocker
Naval Postgraduate School

Defending Against Information Warfare: Striking the Balance Between Homeland Defense and Democratic
Principles
Cindy R. Jebb
United States Military Academy
Gangsta Warriors From Kalashnikov Cultures: Light Weapons Saturation and the Challenge to the State
Christopher Carr
United States Air War College
Reconsidering the Functionality of Terrorism: Implications for Security Planning
Daniel S. Gressang
United States Joint Military Intelligence College
The 'New Terrorism' Threat and United States Response
James M. Smith
USAF Institute for National Security Studies

Discussant(s)
Peter Lavoy
Office of the Secretary of Defense


FD04 Friday 3:45 - 5:30 PM

Nuclear Proliferation and International Stability
Sponsors
Intelligence Studies
International Security Studies
Chair(s)
Greg Domin
Mercer University

Conditions for Confidence- and Security-Building Measures Beyond Europe: A Comparison of the
Argentine-Brazilian and Indian-Pakistani CSBM Regimes
Sarah J. Diel-Hunt
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
Global Inequality in Nuclear Weapons Arsenals: Why Continuing American Asymmetries Make Sense
Michael P. Tkacik
Stephen F. Austin State University
India Goes Nuclear: An Explanation of India's 1998 Tests
Surupa Gupta
University of Southern California
Targeting the Rogue States: The US National Missile Defense System and Nuclear Proliferation
Saira Khan
American University - Cairo

Discussant(s)
Greg Domin
Mercer University


SA09 Saturday 8:30 - 10:15 AM


Changes and Continuities in Intelligence Organizations: A Comparative Perspective
Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
Richard R. Valcourt
International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence

On the Ground and in the Sky: Japan's Growing Intelligence Capability in the Post-Cold War Era
Andrew L. Oros
Columbia University
The Israeli Intelligence Community: Organization and Development
Ephraim Kahana
Western Galilee College
The KGB's Successors Under Putin: Changes and Continuities in the Russian Intelligence Services
Julie Anderson
The City University of New York

Discussant(s)
Thomas Grassey
Naval War College