Practices and possibilities: A review of instructional intelligence and counterintelligence literature informing right-wing extremist groups

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Abstract

Communications between Right-wing Extremist Groups (RWE) groups or individuals demonstrate a strong degree of situational awareness. RWE groups are concerned with protecting its membership, leadership or campaigns from law enforcement, government and the political left. In response to the increase in situational awareness it is evident there are clear aspirations to improve its intelligence capabilities. This assessment explores some of the literature and ideas that are informing the intelligence competencies of RWEs. It is a summative scan of key open source literature adopted by RWE groups that assists cells and individuals with training in intelligence collection, analysis and reconnaissance. This assessment provides some insight into the sharing of training manuals and doctrinal instructions assisting RWE to develop effective intelligence and counter intelligence
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers
Volume28
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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