TACTICAL INTELLIGENCE GOSSIP
Brunel's Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies (BCISS) is a University inter-diciplinary research centre, established in the UK to deal specifically with intelligence issues, policy and institutions, to promote and develop social science and policy-oriented approaches to intelligence.
BUCSIS was established in 2008 as a world-class centre for research into the key Security and Intelligence issues facing the UK and the world in the 21st century.
The Intelligence, Security and Strategic Studies (ISSS) brings together a range of scholars from across the field of international studies whose research responds to the most pressing issues and challenges in contemporary global politics.
From the early days of intelligence studies, Aberystwyth University has recruited scholars in Intelligence and International Security and has encouraged them to develop it.
ICSR conducts thematic research on some of the world’s most pressing issues. Researchers are often among the first to discover new trends, identify emerging patterns, and have harnessed the capacity of ‘big data’ to bring an empirical understanding to the study of international security and terrorism issues.
The Oxford Intelligence Group is concerned with the academic study of Intelligence. It hears papers on 'intelligence', as part of academic 'intelligence studies' and their connections with political science, international relations, and modern history. The main focus is understanding on intelligence's place in the modern world, in the UK and overseas.
The Centre for Army Leadership's `Leadership Speaker Series' brings international, national and British Army leaders and leadership thinkers to an Army audience. Speakers come to share their knowledge, ideas, research and experiences of leadership.