Intelligence Brief #5 – Moody – Japanese Reaction to Recent North Korea/USA Summit

Intelligence Briefs Main Page Please click on the link below in order to access Week #5 Intelligence Brief. This week, Brian Moody, the Vice President of the Society for Defense and Strategic Studies (SDSS), is our Primary Open-Source Analyst and his topic deals with the Japanese reaction to the recent high-level summit between North Korea/USA leaders, … Continue reading Intelligence Brief #5 – Moody – Japanese Reaction to Recent North Korea/USA Summit

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Intelligence Brief #4 – Oaks – ISIS Utilization of Social Media

Intelligence Briefs Main Page Please click on the link below in order to access Week #4 Intelligence Brief. This week, Dustin Oaks, the President of the Society for Defense and Strategic Studies (SDSS), is our Primary Open-Source Analyst and his topic deals with the continued utilization of social media by the Islamic State of Iraq … Continue reading Intelligence Brief #4 – Oaks – ISIS Utilization of Social Media

Intelligence Brief #3 – Grischott – Civil Unrest in Haiti: History Repeating

Intelligence Briefs Main Page Please click on the link below in order to access Week #3 Intelligence Brief. This week, Cameron Grischott is our Primary Open-Source Analyst and his topic deals with the current status on the civil unrest in Haiti. CUSTOMER QUESTIONS: What was the leading cause of the civil unrest? How are aid … Continue reading Intelligence Brief #3 – Grischott – Civil Unrest in Haiti: History Repeating

Intelligence Brief #2 – Grischott – China Global Expansion Initiatives

Intelligence Briefs Main Page Please click on the link below in order to access Week #2 Intelligence Brief. This week, Cameron Grischott is our Primary Open-Source Analyst and his topic deals with the current status on China's global expansion initiatives in various regions. CUSTOMER QUESTIONS/RFI: Where are conflicting zones of influence between China and the … Continue reading Intelligence Brief #2 – Grischott – China Global Expansion Initiatives

Intelligence Brief #1 – Grischott – Yemen Civil War

Intelligence Briefs Main Page Please click on the link below in order to access Week #1 Intelligence Brief. This week, Cameron Grischott is our Primary Open-Source Analyst and his topic deals with the current impact that the Yemeni civil war is having in the Persian Gulf region. Customer Questions/RFI: What were the original causes of … Continue reading Intelligence Brief #1 – Grischott – Yemen Civil War

The 2018 Worldwide Threat Assessment of the U.S. Intelligence Community: The Cyber Threat

By Brittany Lamon-Paredes - Staff Editor/Writer. On February 13, 2018, “The Worldwide Threat Assessment of the U.S. Intelligence Community” was released to the general public. This report was presented to the U.S. senate Select Committee on Intelligence by CIA Director Mike Pompeo, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, FBI Director Christopher Wray, and NSA Chief … Continue reading The 2018 Worldwide Threat Assessment of the U.S. Intelligence Community: The Cyber Threat

Chaos in Charlottesville 

By Brian Moody - Staff Writer. The city of Charlottesville became a battleground during a hot summer weekend in August, when white supremacist groups such as, the KKK, Neo-Nazi’s, and others, clashed with counter-protestors that included Black Lives Matter (BLM) and Antifa, a group that is anti-fascist as well as anti-capitalist group. Antifa’s premise is … Continue reading Chaos in Charlottesville 

Renewed Russian Sanctions and its Impact on the China-Russia Relationship 

By Sam Kessler - Chief Editor/Staff Writer. Recently U.S. President Donald Trump and Congress finalized the approval of renewed sanctions on the Russian Federation. This is a response to public outcry over allegations that Russia hacked the U.S. elections. However, it represents a continuation of U.S. sanctions policy toward Russia since their annexation of Crimea … Continue reading Renewed Russian Sanctions and its Impact on the China-Russia Relationship