Current Intelligence is a quarterly bulletin featuring concise analytical essays on local, regional and international affairs. Published since April 2010, CI has been been favorably sources, cited, quoted or republished in The Atlantic, The Economist, Fast Company, Forbes, Foreign Policy, Mother Jones, openDemocracy, the Calcutta Telegraph, Wired, National Geographic, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and other media outlets.
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Current Intelligence is edited by Michael A. Innes, Eric Randolph, and Terry Pattar.
Editorial Advisory Board
Kenneth Anderson (American University)
Faisal Devji (Oxford University)
Michael Dwyer (Hurst & Co. Publishers)
Stephen D.K. Ellis (Leiden University)
Vanda Felbab-Brown (Brookings Institution)
Anatol Lieven (King’s College, London)
Jon Western (Mount Holyoke College)
Publication Schedule (Beginning Summer 2013)
Winter Issue (Africa): 1 January
Spring Issue (Asia): 1 April
Summer Issue (Middle East): 1 July
Fall Issue (Omnibus Edition): 1 October
Winter Issue: 15 November
Spring Issue: 15 February
Summer Issue: 15 May
Fall Issue: 15 August
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Current Intelligence publishes online tables of contents on a quarterly basis (Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall issues). Online tables of contents for Volumes 2 and 3 of Current Intelligence (March 2010 to December 2011) were published on a monthly basis. Access to the archive of past issues is provided free of charge here.
The following citation format is recommended:
Charli Carpenter, "Force Protection, Civilian Protection, or Both?" Current Intelligence 2:1 (March 2010). URL: http://www.currentintelligence.net/agenda/2010/3/18/force-protection-civilian-protection-or-both.html, Accessed 22 September 2014.
* All content published prior to March 1st 2010 should be treated as Volume 1, Issue 1, and dated per the publication date of the article cited.