IHS Jane's Intelligence Review


  • Cognitive techniques support better forecasting

    Accurate forecasting is crucial for the intelligence analysis community to anticipate significant events. Nick Hare, Peter Coghill, and Alison Evans analyse the effectiveness of using cognitive techniques inspired by Bayes theorem to provide forecasts on North Korea's nuclear programme.
  • EU combats dirty money with new directive

    The EU's 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive came into effect in 2015. Andrew Bowen studies its provisions and the challenges member states will face in implementing them.
  • Afghanistan struggles to maintain integrity

    High-level political manoeuvring in government, an ongoing Taliban insurgency, and a growing threat from the Islamic State all imperil Afghanistan's future. Omar Hamid and Asad Ali examine the key factors bearing on the country's security and risk outlook.
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  • F-22s arrive for training in Lithuania

    Two Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptors and one Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker arrived at Èiauliai Air Base on 27 April after concluding a training mission in Romania, the US Air Force (USAF) announced. The F-22s and about 20 supporting airmen are from the 95th Fighter Squadron at Tyndall Air Force Base,
  • Algeria commissions first MEKO A-200 frigate

    Algeria's first MEKO A-200 frigate was commissioned in Algiers on 21 April in a ceremony attended by Lieutenant General Ahmed Gaid Salah, who serves as both the chief-of-staff of the military and deputy defence minister. The Ministry of Defence said the arrival of Erradii (910) marked an important