Call for papers: International Journal of Intelligence Ethics

Opportuinity to publish in the International Journal of Intelligence Ethics, a peer-reviewed journal.

The purpose of the International Journal of Intelligence Ethics (IJIE) is to be a primary source for multidisciplinary information and research on the role of ethics in its application to intelligence activities. The journal will focus, from both a practical and theoretical framework, on the role of ethics in the full spectrum of intelligence activities, including collection, analysis and covert action. Articles may be focused on a particular country, region or political system.  Intelligence activities from both a national security and law enforcement perspective will be covered

Papers for publication should be between 5,000 to 10,000 words, although longer submissions will be considered.  The journal follows the current Chicago Manual of Style.  Submissions should be sent to For further information on submission requirements, contact

Full details avaiable on the journal Web site:

Hat tip to the National Security Law listserv.


Intelligence Community Legal Reference Book

As recently reported elsewhere, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence has released — and posted as of 11 June 2008 — an unclassified, 688-page Intelligence Community Legal Reference Book.