5 search results for “espionage” in the Public website
Visualizing Cryptographic Networks of Spies, Diplomats and Scientists, 1603-1701
"Visualizing Cryptographic Networks" will enhance the completion of a monograph with the design of an open access web-laboratory.
Espionage Techniques of Seventeenth-Century Women
Spying in the seventeenth century was a man’s job. That had been the prevailing impression, until the Veni research by Nadine Akkerman from Leiden University...
Dutch MH17 mission spied on by Ukrainian and Russian Intelligence Services
Dutch agents, military personnel, prosecution personnel and diplomats in Ukraine have been spied on by intelligence services from Ukraine and Russia after the MH17 disaster. Reliable sources reported this to RTL Nieuws. The espionage by Ukraine is very sensitive, because it is highly unusual that espionage…
Willemijn Aerdts on the arrest of Chinese Spy
Dutch radio corporation ‘BNR’ contacted Willemijn Aerdts, a lecturer at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs, for her opinion on the arrest. ‘It seldom happens that someone gets caught. What is interesting is that he was both caught and is being prosecuted in the USA.’
Who sets the security agenda?
Leiden University is organising two international conferences on security from 7 to 10 November in The Hague. Power relations, negotiating with extremists, cyber espionage, and the experience of a real crisis situation are some of the issues on the agenda. The conferences will be opened by Mayor Jozias…