ITRR Alerts
** 24 July 2012: TAMC announces a new product: the Mexican Narco-Journal. Please contact us for details. ** 22 July 2012: TAMC has intercepted threats by Fatah Al-Islam against Hindus and Buddhists. * 22 July 2012: TAMC has identified a new audiotape threat against the West from Al-Qaeda in Iraq. ** 21 July 2012: TAMC is providing information on disruptive activities expected in Oakland, CA. * 20 July 2012: TAMC has received multiple communications from various sources indicating the increased potential of terror activity by the jihadist terror group, Al Shabaab. ** 18 July 2012: TAMC has intercepted renewed threats being discussed in jihadist forums regarding their intention to continue attacks against Western and Israeli targets. * 17 July 2012: ITRR and the Counter Agro Terrorism Research Center announce a strategic relationship in the effort to combat the threat of terrorism aimed at the world's agricultural and food supply chain. ** 17 July 2012: TAMC is providing guidance on renewed threats issued against European states by the commander of the jihadist Ansar al-Din group operating in northern Mali. ** 17 July 2012: TAMC has intercepted calls for demonstrations outside of Saudi embassies in North Africa and Europe demanding the release of prisoners. ** 15 July 2012: TAMC has identified jihadi threats of suicide bombings and various other attacks in Yemen from an all-female Al-Qaeda cell.
Wednesday, 22 May 2013
Academic Intelligence Matrix (AIM)

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Academic Intelligence Matrix is an innovative service providing students, professors, and administrators with intelligence briefings customized for the curriculum. AIM brings real intelligence into your classroom, instilling knowledge that can't be found in any textbook.

The concrete, factual nature of our intelligence briefings complements the theoretical discussion in your class-room, empowering everyone with hard-won knowledge that can't be found in any textbook.

AIM is unique among other intelligence products because each intelligence briefing includes a special section for reflective thoughts and questions posed by TAM-C analysts and researchers. This reflective section in each AIM briefing is designed to provoke critical and creative thinking in the minds of the students who are reading, discussing, and perhaps debating the information with their peers in a classroom setting.

AIM is the perfect learning-component for any coursework associated with the fields of criminal justice, criminology, international relations, political science, strategic and security studies, homeland security studies, intelligence studies, terrorism studies, middle east studies, ROTC, and public policy, to name just a few.

Special packages are available to subscribers who combine their AIM subscription with a Study Abroad Delegation to Israel, a Campus-based Seminar, an International Internship, and/or any other ITRR educational service.

The Academic Intelligence Matrix (AIM) is much more than a subscription service. It is also an international student and scholarly network that facilitates professional networking to help graduating students find careers in the relevant fields.

Subscribers gain access to the private AIM section on the ITRR website where they can discuss current events, share information, and collaborate on anti-terror projects with other students and scholars on campuses throughout the world.

Contact ITRR to find out more about how we can augment your course material with real-life intelligence that will set your institution apart from the rest.

 

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