Past Conferences

The International Intelligence History Association has held annual meetings since 1995. To see the programs, click on the links below:

 

22. 2016, 15-17 April, 2016: Dresden: Military Intelligence

21. 2015, 8-10 May, 2015, Zagreb: Intelligence and Technology

20. 2014, 2-4 May, 2014, Tutzing: Intelligence, Democracy, Transparency

19. 2013, 21-23 June, Athens: Intelligence in the Mediterranean and the Balkans

18. 2012, 1-3 June, Paris: Intelligence Services of the European Powers

17. 2011, 17-19 June, Marburg: German Intelligence History from Bismarck to the Present

16. 2010, 23-25 April, Tutzing: Intelligence and Society

15. 2009, 18-19 October, Tel Aviv: Intelligence & Democracies in Conflict and Peace

14. 2008, 17-19 October, Hamburg: Intelligence and Dictatorships

13. 2007, 20-22 April, Weimar: Intelligence Clash: East vs. West During the Cold War

12. 2006, 7-9 April, Tutzing: Fifty Years of Bundesnachrichtendienst, 1956-2006: The BND in Its Historical Context

11. 2005, 17-19 June, Amsterdam, Joint IIHA-NISA Conference: German-Dutch Relations in the 20th Century. An International Intelligence Perspective

10. 2004, 4-6 June, Graz: The Eastern Dimension. Major Intelligence Issues in Central and Southeastern Europe since 1900

 9. 2003, July 11-13, Wittenberg: Intelligence and Political Enemies – Intelligence and Terrorism in the 20th Century

 8. 2002, 31 May – 2 June, Strausberg: Transatlantic Intelligence Cooperation: Past and Future

 7. 2001, 8-10 June, Hamburg: Intelligence – The Human Element

 6. 2000, 23-25 June, Paderborn: Intelligence Process and Information Technologies in Historical Perspective

 5. 1999, 18-20 June, Tutzing: Germany and Intelligence Organizations: The Last Fifty Years in Review

 4. 1998, 24-26 April, Tutzing: Intelligence Services and the Significance of Espionage in World War I

 3. 1997, 2-4 May, Strausberg: Origins of Intelligence Operations

 2. 1996, 10-12 May, Hamburg: Intelligence in the 20th Century

 1. 1995, 12-14 May, Tutzing: Intelligence in Germany during the Cold War

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