The CIB is pleased to announce the publication of the third issue of The Intelligence Review, a volume of useful analytical forecasts by CIB analysts, which relate to some of the most pressing questions in global security today. The volume is the product of a transatlantic collaboration between the CIB and the European Intelligence Academy (EIA), a network of intelligence studies scholars, specialists and students, who are dedicated to promoting international collaboration in intelligence scholarship and research.
Nearly 70 people gathered at the Myrtle Beach Education Center on the morning of Friday, April 21, for the second Chanticleer Intelligence Brief Symposium. The event featured timely updates about some of the world’s most critical hot spots by a panel of CIB Analysts. It was held in conjunction with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Coastal Carolina University, and supported by the Edwards College of Humanities and Arts at Coastal Carolina University.
Several Chanticleer Intelligence Brief members were among students recognized last week in a special ceremony held by the Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts at Coastal Carolina University.
Members of the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief (CIB) met for the culmination of the semester on April 19, to recognize the hard work of officers, analysts and members, and to renew their pledge to make the organization even stronger in the coming semester.
Earlier this month, several members of the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief were among a sizeable group of Coastal Carolina University students who were inducted in the local chapter of the Order of the Sword and Shield.
The CIB is pleased to announce the publication of the second issue of The Intelligence Review, a compendium of useful analytical forecasts by CIB analysts, which relate to some of the most pressing questions in global security today.
As Islamic State operatives have been pushed from the coastal town of Sirte into the Libyan Desert, there have been several reports of attacks on water and oil pipelines. The group, therefore, continues to pose a significant threat as it increasingly uses unconventional means to undermine Libyan security, despite losing its remaining territory in Libya.
Members of the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief (CIB) met for the last time this semester on December 7, to recognize the hard work of Officers, Analysts and Members, and to renew their pledge to make the organization even stronger in the coming year.
Muslim protests against the Christian governor of Jakarta show that ISIS has risen in popularity and will continue to be a concern in Indonesia even as it weakens in Iraq and Syria.
Early last month, Detachment 88, Indonesia’s counterterrorism unit, foiled an attempt by the Katibah Gigih Ramat (KGR) Cell to launch a rocket at Singapore’s Marina Bay from the island of Batam. The failed attempt indicates the rising popularity of the Islamic State (ISIS) in Indonesia and shows that Indonesian Islamist militants are becoming increasingly globally-oriented. It can be stated with moderate confidence that Jemaah Islamiyah does not continue to pose a security threat today, as it has been overshadowed by ISIS.