Consortium for the Study of Intelligence

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The Consortium for the Study of Intelligence was founded in 1979 as a project of the National Strategy Information Center.

"It acted as a catalyst in the founding of the Intelligence Studies Section of the International Studies Association; the Security and Intelligence Studies Group of the UK Political Studies Association; and the Canadian Association for the Security and Intelligence Studies. Hundreds of faculty members from universities and military colleges throughout the United States, Canada, and the UK have attended Consortium faculty seminars. The Consortium also sponsored numerous publications and studies, and its members continue to make significant individual contributions to the literature on intelligence." [1]


For further information, see relevant Neocon Europe page Consortium for the Study of Intelligence