Bob de Graaff is Professor for Intelligence and Security Studies at the University of Utrecht James M. Nyce is Professor in the Department of Anthropology, Ball State University, USA. He is also affiliated professor, Lund University, Sweden and has been visiting professor at the Swedish National Defence College 1998-2000, 2005-2011. About the Contributors -Wilhelm Agrell, professor in Intelligence Analysis, Lund University, Sweden. -Gordan Akrap, Croatia. -Lars Erslev Andersen, research coordinator, Senior Researcher, Danish Institute for International Studies, Copenhagen. -Gï¿½rald Arboit, senior researcher, French Centre for Intelligence Studies. -Jordan Baev, professor and senior research fellow of security studies, Rakovski National Defense College; visiting professor, Sofia University; and Diplomatic Institute of Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. -Colonel Jacques Baud, currently seconded to NATO by the Swiss government. -Siegfried Beer, director, Austrian Center for Intelligence, Propaganda and Security Studies.. -Drazen Cerovic, Faculty of Law, University of Montenegro. -Dirk Van Daele, professor, Faculty of Law of the KU (Catholic University) Leuven, Belgium. -Eric Denï¿½cï¿½, director and founder of the French Centre for Intelligence Studies (CF2R). -Antonio M. Dï¿½az Fernï¿½ndez, professor of politics and administration, University of Cï¿½diz, Spain. -Arjan Dyrmishi, head of the Centre for European and Security Studies, the Institute for Democracy and Mediation, Tirana, Albania. -Gunilla Eriksson, Swedish National Defence University. -Laris Gaiser, researcher at ITSTIME, Catholic University of Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy. -Peter Gill, honorary senior research fellow, University of Liverpool, UK. -Artur Gruszczak, associate professor of political science, chair of national security, Faculty of International and Political Studies, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland. -Josï¿½ Manuel Duarte de Jesus, invited professor, University of Lisbon, Universidade de Aveiro, Institute for High Military Studies, and NOVA University, Portugal. -Nenad Koprivica, executive director, Centre for Democracy and Human Rights CEDEM, Montenegro. -Juho Kotakallio, historian, Finland. -Wolfgang Krieger, professor (ret.) of Modern history and history of international relations, Universitï¿½t Marburg, Germany. -Jakob Thor Kristjï¿½nsson, independent security analyst and researcher, Akureyri Akademia, Iceland. -Taras Kuzio, senior research associate, Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, University of Alberta. -Marco Lombardi, director of ITSTIME, the research center of the Catholic University of Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy. -Eero Medijainen, professor of Contemporary History, University of Tartu, Estonia. -Matej Medveckï¿½, researcher, Institute for Military History, Slovakia. -John M. Nomikos, director, Research Institute for European and American Studies, Athens, Greece. -Eunan O'Halpin, professor of contemporary Irish history, Trinity College, Dublin. -Maid Pajevic, head of Department for the Agency for Education and Professional Training, Ministry of Security, Bosnia-Herzegovina. -Predrag Petrovic, deputy director, Belgrade Centre for Security Policy, Serbia. -Iztok Prezelj, associate professor and head of the Chair of Defence Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. -Teresa Ferreira Rodrigues, associate professor, NOVA University, Lisbon, Portugal. -Jergus Sivos, Nation's Memory Institute, Slovakia. -Prokop Tomek, senior researcher, Military History Institute, Prague, Czech Republic. -Miroslav Tudjman, professor of Information Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia. -Vaidotas Urbelis, Defence Policy Director, Lithuanian Ministry of National Defence. -Danijela Vujosevic, project manager, Centre for Democracy and Human Rights CEDEM, Montenegro. -Larry L. Watts, former sector reform advisor to the Romanian Presidency and Defense Ministry (1991-2004), University of Bucharest, Romania. -Njord Wegge, senior social science advisor to The Norwegian Parliamentary Intelligence Oversight Committee.