Democratized and Declassified: How outsiders challenge intelligence agencies on analysis of the Russo-Ukrainian war
- David Gioe (Department of War Studies, King’s College London)
- Wednesday 8 February 2023
2311 BD Leiden
Please note that, due to circumstances, the lecture has been delayed to 5 PM instead of 3 PM.
Please join us for a conversation with Professor David Gioe in the context of Russia’s ongoing war against Ukraine and the role of intelligence in that war.
David V. Gioe is a British Academy Global Professor and Visiting Professor of Intelligence and International Security in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London. He is History Fellow for the Army Cyber Institute at the US Military Academy at West Point, Director of Studies for the Cambridge Security Initiative, and is co-convener of its International Security and Intelligence program. David has been a national security practitioner for over 22 years. He is a former Central Intelligence Agency operations officer, a former FBI intelligence analyst, and remains a senior officer in the US Navy Reserve.
You may also be interested in Professor Gioe’s (with Tony Manganello) newly published article:
“A Tale of Two Clocks: A Framework for Assessing Time Pressure and Advantage in the Russo-Ukrainian War” (available open access at: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0095327X221145690)