The National Intelligence Press (NI Press) publishes the work of NIU faculty, research fellows, students, and IC professionals. The Press encourages its authors to introduce new perspectives on topics of critical interest to the IC and, more broadly, the U.S. government. Our goal is to publish high-quality, valuable, and timely books on topics of concern to the Intelligence Community and the U.S. government.
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Spy Museum Interviews CAPT Telfer for SpyCast
Former NIU Research Fellow CAPT Erich Telfer, USCG, participated in a SpyCast interview at the International Spy Museum earlier this month. CAPT Telfer authored the recent NI Press book Unlimited Impossibilities: Intelligence Support to the Deepwater Horizon Response. Spy Museum historian Vince Houghton and CAPT Telfer discussed the history of US Coast Guard intelligence, its current role, and some of Telfer’s achievements, in addition to his recent book.
CAPT Telfer was an NIU Research Fellow from 2010 to 2011. He currently commands the Coast Guard Maritime Intelligence Fusion Center Atlantic (MIFC LANT) in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Spy Museum Interviews Andrew Plowman for SpyCast
Author of NI Press’s Climate Change and Conflict Prevention, J. Andrew Plowman, discusses his book in a recent National Spy Museum SpyCast.
Plowman, a career U.S. Foreign Service Officer, conducted research for the book while serving as a Fellow at National Intelligence University from 2009 to 2010.
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- Intelligence Community Collaboration
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