Ioannis (John) M Nomikos (RIEAS Director) will participate in the Intelligence, Democracy and Transparency 2014 Annual Conference of the International Intelligence History Association (IIHA) in cooperation with the Akademie fur Politische Bildung (Academy for Civic Education) in Tutzing, (Germany) on May 2-4, 2014).

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Intelligence, Democracy and
Transparency

2014 Annual Conference of the
International Intelligence History Association (IIHA)
in cooperation with the
„Akademie für Politische Bildung“ (Academy for Civic Education)

May 2-4, 2014

Akademie für Politische Bildung, Tutzing, Germany

Friday, 2 May 2014

14:00h Arrival, Registration, Coffee and Tea in the Main Lobby

14:30h Welcome and Greetings
Michael MAYER (Academy for Civic Education)
Shlomo SHPIRO (Chairman of the IIHA)

15:00h Panel I: Historical Perspectives
Chair: Shlomo SHPIRO, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel

of 1683-1699. The Campaign of 1688-1690 as Case Study.
Ivan PARVEV University of Sofia, Bulgaria
State of War vs. Rules of Law: Intelligence during the Battle of Algier 1956/57
André RANSON, French Ministry of Defence, Paris
William F. Friedman: A Man and his Collection
Rose Mary SHELDON, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington (Virginia)

16:30h Coffee and Tea Break

17:00h Panel II: Intelligence, Democracy and Cold War
Chair: Wolfgang KRIEGER, Marburg University, Germany
Where Twin Obsessions Collide: The Communism-Empire Nexus and British
State Surveillance of Basil Davidson
Mark PHYTHIAN, University of Leicester, United Kingdom A o F ’ x : fo GDR
and the Polish Ministry of Interior, 1974-1990
Tytus JASKULOWSKI, Technical University of Dresden, Germany
Intelligence in Finland during the Cold War
Jukka SEPPINEN, University of Helsinki, Finland

18:30h Dinner
19:30h Celebration Ceremony of the 20th Anniversary of the IIHA
Keynote Speaker: Wolfgang KRIEGER

Saturday, 3 May 2014

08:15 Breakfast

09:00h Panel III: Challenges of Intelligence and Democracy
Chair: John NOMIKOS, Research Institute for European and American
Studies (RIEAS), Athens, Greece
Intelligence and Building Demoracy in Jordan
Antonia DIMOU, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan
1964 – A w Y fo ’s Intelligence. From the Founding
Fathers to democratic state-oriented Intelligence Services
Ephraim LAPID, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel
How to balance between the secrecy Nature of Intelligence Collecting to
the Openness of Democracy in Times of Change: The Case of USA’s
POWs in Vietnam
Adi FRIMARK, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel

10:30h Break

11:00h Panel IV: Transformation Process and Changes in Intelligence
Chair: Anna ABELMANN, Ruhr University of Bochum, Germany
Not above the Law – A ’ D mo z o
Legalization Process
Eyal PASCOVICH, University of Haifa, Israel
The Office for the Protection of the Constitution in Bavaria – Founding,
Structure and Working Fields in the 1950s and 1960s
Susanne MEINL, University of Trier, Germany
Monster in the Box: fo m o of w z ’
Information System, 1989-1994
Hannes MANGOLD, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

12:30h Lunch

14:30h Panel V: Intelligence in Democracies: Transparency,
Security and Accountability
Chair: Michael WALA, Ruhr University of Bochum, Germany
Enhancing Parliamentary Oversight: Can it solve the Dilemma of Security
vs. Privacy?
Wolfgang KRIEGER, University of Marburg, Germany
Does Transparency lead to greater Accountability of Secret Services? The
Netherlands, 1975-1995
Eleni BRAAT, Dutch General Intelligence and Security Service AIVD,
Den Haag, Netherlands
Parliamentary Oversight of the Intelligence Agencies: A Comparative
Study: The Case of United States, the EU and Israel
Ephraim KAHANA, Western Galilee College, Acre, Israel

16:00h Coffee and Tea Break

16:20 Panel VI: Intelligence History and Intelligence in History
Chair: Anna DAUN, University of Cologne, Germany
o ’ R of ( R ) o oday
Michael SCHOENHALS, Lund University, Sweden
The Italian Secret Services in the recent Italian Academic Literature
Lucio MARTINO, University of Naples, Italy
A License to kill? Myth-making and Intelligence Services
Eva JOBS, University of Marburg, Germany

17:50 Annual Membership Meeting

18:30h Dinner

Sunday, 4 May 2014

08:15 Breakfast

09:00h Panel VII: Intelligence, Governance and Media
Chair: Sigurd HESS, German Society for Maritime and Naval History,
Germany
Do we need Rules of Engagement for Information and Media Operations?
Gordan AKRAP and Miroslav TUDJMAN, University of Zagreb, Croatia
The Acknowledged Influence of State Leaders on the Functioning of
Intelligence Communities Barak BEN ZUR, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), Herzliya, Israel
Public Image of Intelligence and Security Services in France, United
Kingdom, Germany and Belgium
Coline FERRO, University Paris II-Panthéon-Assas, France

10:30h Break

11:00h Panel VIII – Young Researchers Forum: Work in Progress –
Praxis of Intelligence Studies
Chair: Charlotte BACKERRA, University of Mainz, Germany

12:00h Lunch and Departure

– End of Conference –

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