ISA 2002: Panels Sponsored or Co-Sponsored by Intelligence Studies

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


SA20 Sunday 8:30 - 10:15 AM
Intelligence Studies, Quo Vadis? Theory, Policy Relevance, and Pedagogy

Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
Gregory Treverton
RAND Graduate School

Intelligence in the Russian Environment: Beware the Response to Civil Society Activism
Wendin Smith
Tufts University

Intelligence, National Security, and Military Operations
Kevin O'Connell
Georgetown University

Space, Time, and National Security Decision Making: The Transformation of Imagery, Intelligence and Geospacial Information
Robert R. Tomes
University of Maryland

The Changing Relationship Between Intelligence and Strategy: Dissolving Borders Between Understanding and Information
Kevin R. Cunningham
US Army War College

Discussant(s)
Gregory Treverton
RAND Graduate School


SB26 Sunday 10:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Intelligence and Crime

Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
Roy Godson
Georgetown University

Transnational Crime and Sino-North American Relations
Robin Elliott
Columbia University
Adam J. Wygodny
Concordia University

When "Narcos" Outwit the "Narcs:" A Comparative Analysis of the Organizational Learning Capacity of Drug Smuggling Organizations and Law Enforcement Agencies

Michael C. Kenney
University of Florida

Zero Tolerance: A Comparative Assessment of Cybercrime Countermeasures and Policy Responses in the United States and the European Union
Giampiero Giacomello
European University Institute
Fernando Mendez
European University Institute

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


SC24 Sunday 1:45 - 3:30 PM
Intelligence and Perception: New Theoretical Perspectives

Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
Fred Chernoff
Colgate University

A Framework for a Theory of Strategic Intelligence

Loch K. Johnson
University of Georgia

Conceptualizing Revolution as an International Event
Robert Snyder
Southwestern University

In-Credible Threat: Power Versus Reputation in an Extended Deterrence Situation

Ji W. Park
The University of Chicago

The Roles of Intelligence, Politics and Perception in World Affairs

Willliam S. Williamson
Joint Military Intelligence College

 

Discussant(s)
Douglas Macdonald
Colgate University


SD11 Sunday 3:45 - 5:30 PM
Intelligence Studies Distinguished Senior Scholar Roundtable

Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
Jefferson Adams
Sarah Lawrence College

Roundtable Discussants
Sheila Kerr
Joint Services Command and Staff College

Abraham Miller
University of Cincinnati

Richard Shultz, Jr
Tufts University

James J. Wirtz
United States Naval Postgraduate School

Honoree
Roy Godson
Georgetown University


MB27 Monday 10:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Reform and Innovation in Intelligence and Defense

Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
Douglas Macdonald
Colgate University

Commitment to True Intelligance Reform: The US, Russian and Estonian Cases
Sean P. Donahoe
Univeristy of California-Santa Cruz

Defense Innovation in the 1990s? The Counterproliferation Initiative(s) in the Clinton Administration
Joseph R. Cerami
Texas A&M University

Intelligence Problems in UN Security Affairs
Timothy W. Crawford
The Brookings Institution

Restructuring the U.S. Intelligence Community for a Changing Threat Environment: Discouraging Stovepiping and Outsourcing Tasks
William J. Lahneman
University of Maryland

Discussant(s)
John D. Stempel
University of Kentucky


MD23 Monday 3:45 - 5:30 PM
Open Sources and a Revolution in Intelligence Affairs

Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
John H. Hedley

Expanding Open Source Intelligence: Is There a Downside?
Arthur S. Hulnick|
Boston University

Is Intelligence an International Good?
Michael Herman
Oxford University

The Limits of Open Source Intelligence: Diagnosing Moscow's Decision to Leave Afghanistan from the Soviet Media, 1985-1989
Robert W. Pringle
University of Kentucky

The Open Sources Debate: Lessons Learned
Robert David Steele
Open Source Solutions, Inc

The Primary Value of Restoring a Healthy Relationship between Intelligence Agencies and the Academic World is a Revolution in Intelligence Affairs
Michael Andregg
University of St. Thomas

Discussant(s)
Jefferson Adams
Sarah Lawrence College

Abraham Miller
University of Cincinnati


TC27 Tuesday 1:45 - 3:30 PM
Russian Intelligence Revisited

Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
Stephen A. Garrett
Monterey Institute of International Studies

Great Games in the Caspian: State versus Multinational Corporate Interests
Dennis W. Michaud
Brown University

Reinventing the Rosenbergs: What the VENONA Decrypts Reveal about America's Notorious Atomic Spy Ring
Christina A. Beirne
Analytical Services, Inc

Russian Debates about Military and Political Involvement in the Moldova-Transdniestria, Goergia-Abkhazia and Tajikistan Conflict, 1991-2001
Nicole J. Jackson
London School of Economics and Political Science/Carleton University

The Russian Intelligence Services: Foreign Operations in the 21st Century
Julie Anderson
The City University of New York

VENONA and the Manhattan Project
Nigel West
Westintel Research Limited

Discussant(s)
Robert W. Pringle
University of Kentucky


TD27 Tuesday 3:45 - 5:30 PM
Teaching Intelligence

Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

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

Teaching Intelligence Studies in the Americas
Russell G. Swenson
Joint Millitary Intelligence College

The CIA's Sherman Kent School: A Step in the Right Direction
Stephen Marrin
University of Virginia

The Embassy and Diplomatic Scholars Internship Program In Washington, DC: A Unique Approach to Active Learning in International Studies
Eugene D. Schmiel
Institute for Experiential Learning

The Potential Perils of Pack Pedagogy, or Why International Studies Educators Should Be Gun-Shy of Adopting Active and Cooperative Learning Strategies
J. Martin Rochester
University of Missouri - St. Louis

Discussant(s)
Robert Bresler
Franklin and Marshall College

Arthur S. Hulnick
Boston University


WA01 Wednesday 8:30 - 10:15 AM
Future Challenges to Arms Control

Sponsors
Intelligence Studies
International Security Studies

Chair(s)
Jeffrey Larsen
Science Applications International Corporation

A New Offense-Defense Force Mix
Kerry Kartcher
US State Department

Arms Control in Outer Space
Patricia McFate
US Department of State

Cyberwar, Information Operations, and Arms Control
Gregory Rattray
US Air Force

Exordium & Terminus: Arms Control in the Year 2025
John A. Nagl
United States Army Command and General Staff College

Discussant(s)
James J. Wirtz
United States Naval Postgraduate School


WA25 Wednesday 8:30 - 10:15 AM
Trafficking Intersections: The Nexus Between the International Market for Human Trafficking and Domestic Decisions about Immigration, Criminal and Civil Rights Law and Policy

Sponsors
Intelligence Studies
Key Theme Panels

Chair(s)
Bruce Friedman
U.S. Department of Justice

Civil Rights and International Wrongs: The Effect of Domestic Civil Rights on International Trafficking in Humans
Juliet Stumpf
U.S. Department of Justice

Domestic Law and International Order: An Exploration of the Effect of Domestic Criminal Law on International Trafficking in Humans
Albert N. Moskowitz
U.S. Department of Justice

Human Trafficking: An Archetype of Contemporary Security Studies
John T. Picarelli
American University

The View from the Street: A Perspective on International Trafficking from the Victims' First Domestic Contact
Marielena Hincapie
National Immigration Law Center


WA27 Wednesday 8:30 - 10:15 AM
Terrorism, Intelligence

Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
Michael Desch
University of Kentucky

Balancing Civil Liberties and Civil Defense in the Age of Super Terrorism and Post-Cold War Globalization
Andrew D. Grossman
Albion College

Deals with the Devil: State Bargaining with Terrorist Organizations
Navin A. Bapat
Rice Univeristy

Religion in International Terrorism: Precipitant or Flag of Convenience?
Thomas J. Badey
Randolph-Macon College

Terrorist Justifications: Evolution as a Life-cycle Indicator
Daniel S. Gressang
United States Joint Military Intelligence College

Discussant(s)
Steve Recca
Naval Postgraduate School


WB27 Wednesday 10:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Cyberspace and Outer Space: The New Politics of Technology and

Sponsors
Intelligence Studies

Chair(s)
Jeffrey Larsen
Science Applications International Corporation

Cartesian Realities of Information Age National Security
Uri Fisher
University of Colorado

In-Q-Tel, Inc.--The CIA Goes to Silicon Valley
Fong R. Glenn
Thunderbird, American Graduate School of International Management

Silicon Shield or Spear?: Security Implications of Taiwan's High-Tech Investment in China
Gwendolyn Stamper
Vincent Wei-cheng Wang
University of Richmond

Discussant(s)
Gregory Rattray
US Air Force