Critical security and intelligence studies

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Abstract

Although the use of 'critical intelligence studies' is a relatively new one, writing critically about intelligence and security practices is hardly recent. To understand the evolution and adoption of 'critical intelligence studies' this chapter considers three main areas: Firstly, some of the recent interventions in critical intelligence studies; Secondly, key contributions of critical security studies that are particularly relevant to the discussion of critical intelligence studies; Thirdly, a methodological proposal for critical work on intelligence, security and surveillance to attend to scandals, controversies and disputes about intelligence agencies, surveillance practices, and justifications of security.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationA Research Agenda for Intelligence Studies and Government
EditorsDover Robert, Dylan Huw, Goodman Michael
PublisherEdward Elger
ISBN (Print)9781800378797
Publication statusPublished - 4 Nov 2022

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