CIB analyst refines skills by studying in Russia
interviews

CIB analyst refines skills by studying in Russia

In the 2015-2016 academic year, Coastal Carolina University student Emily Clingenpeel was an analyst in the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief’s Europe Desk. The Intelligence and National Security Studies major and Global Studies Minor specializes in Eastern European affairs, with an emphasis on Russia. This fall, Clingenpeel took an extra step in her specialization, by going to Russia to study. She is currently a student at the St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, where she focuses on Russian Language study, through a program provided by the American Institute of Foreign Study (AIFS). We caught up with her during a rare break from her many trips throughout Russia and Eastern Europe and asked her a few questions about her study-abroad experience and its connection to her CIB training. Continue reading

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CIB, EIA, publish first issue of The Intelligence Review
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CIB, EIA, publish first issue of The Intelligence Review

The CIB is pleased to announce the publication of the first 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. Continue reading

CIB presents awards during 2016 banquet
Awards / meetings

CIB presents awards during 2016 banquet

Over 40 Chanticleer Intelligence Brief officers, analysts and members gathered at the HTC Center’s hospitality suite on the evening of Monday, May 2, 2016, for the first annual CIB awards banquet. The event was sponsored by CIB and organized by the organization’s Executive Team. The purpose behind it was to recognize the achievements of the … Continue reading

NATO’s military build-up in Eastern Europe aimed at deterring Russia
Analysis

NATO’s military build-up in Eastern Europe aimed at deterring Russia

If passed by Congress, a potential increase in US military spending has the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) planning its biggest military build-up in Eastern Europe since the Cold War, aimed at deterring Russia. This has arisen with no offensive movement in the Baltic States from Moscow and may undermine the security and peace of the region if Moscow reacts to the build-up. Continue reading