Journal for Intelligence, Propaganda and Security Studies
Austrian Center for Intelligence, Propaganda and Security Studies (Austria)
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The Journal for Intelligence, Propaganda and Security Studies is an academic journal established in 2007 and published by the Austrian Center for Intelligence, Propaganda and Security Studies. The journal was originally founded by Austrian historian and intelligence specialist Siegfried Beer, and publishes articles in both England and German.
The Journal was originally conceived and published by Siegfried Beer, Austria's leading intelligence expert, who teaches out of the University of Graz. Following in the footsteps of Intelligence and National Security and the Journal of Intelligence History, the JIPSS is the third Western European journal to address the specific topic of intelligence services.
The main focus of the journal is the publication of articles with a global focus that covers its three key disciplines; intelligence, propaganda and security studies. The journal also contains editorials, interviews, alongside book and reviews.
Since the establishment of the journal on 1st June 2007 it has been published bi-annually.
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