Editorial Notes VOL 5, No 2 (2015)

Klaus Solberg Søilen



It is always a pleasure to realize, at the time of writing this editorial note, that the articles published by JISIB come from many parts of the world and from many industries. This is not intentionally - even though we strive for diversity - as we do not know what articles actually make it through the review process for each issue. Our rejection rate is now more than 80%. Some see that as a sign of quality.  

In this issue of JISIB we publish three articles on Intelligence Studies presented at the ECKM 2015 conference. There is also an article by Oubrich et al. presented at the AIM 2015 conference. In addition ASA du Toit gives an updated analysis of the Intelligence Studies field.

As always we would first of all like to thank the authors for their contributions to this issue of JISIB.

On behalf of the Editorial Board,


Sincerely Yours,

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