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Damien Van Puyvelde

Lecturer in Intelligence and International Security
University of Glasgow

Damien Van Puyvelde is Lecturer in Intelligence and International Security at the University of Glasgow. He has published widely on the role of intelligence and security agencies in contemporary democracies. A member of the editorial boards of the International Journal of Intelligence, Security and Public Affairs and Sécurité et Stratégie, he also co-convenes Intelligence Studies networks at the International Studies Association and the Association pour les Etudes sur la Guerre et la Stratég

Biography



Damien Van Puyvelde is Lecturer in Intelligence and International Security at the University of Glasgow. He has published widely on the role of intelligence and security agencies in contemporary democracies. A member of the editorial boards of the International Journal of Intelligence, Security and Public Affairs and Sécurité et Stratégie, he also co-convenes Intelligence Studies networks at the International Studies Association and the Association pour les Etudes sur la Guerre et la Stratégie.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Intelligence and Security Studies; U.S. and French National Security; Democratic Accountability and Security Governance; Information Security in the Digital Age

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Articles

Intelligence and National Security

Fusing Drug Enforcement: A Study of the El Paso Intelligence Center


Published: Jul 20, 2017 by Intelligence and National Security
Authors: Damien Van Puyvelde
Subjects: Military & Security Studies

This article examines the evolution of the El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC), a key intelligence component of the Drug Enforcement Administration, to shed light on fusion efforts in drug enforcement.

Intelligence and National Security

‘Standing on the Shoulders of Giants’: Diversity and Scholarship in Intelligence


Published: Jul 20, 2017 by Intelligence and National Security
Authors: Damien Van Puyvelde and Sean Curtis
Subjects: Military & Security Studies

This study takes stock of the field of Intelligence Studies thanks to a quantitative review of all the articles published in the two main journals in the field: Intelligence and National Security and the International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence. Particular attention is paid to the diversity of the authors publishing in these two journals and the evolution of the issues they discuss.

International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence

What Science Can Teach Us about ‘Enhanced Interrogation’


Published: Feb 08, 2017 by International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence
Authors: Misty Duke and Damien Van Puyvelde

This article examines scientific evidence on the effectiveness of "enhanced interrogation techniques".

Democracy and Security

Intelligence, democratic accountability and the media in France


Published: Aug 21, 2014 by Democracy and Security
Authors: Damien Van Puyvelde
Subjects: Military & Security Studies

This article examines the relationship between the media, the government, and its intelligence apparatus in contemporary France. In a country characterized by a traditionally strong state, the relationship between intelligence and the media has often been tense.

Intelligence and National Security

Intelligence accountability and the role of public interest groups in the US


Published: Nov 19, 2012 by Intelligence and National Security
Authors: Damien Van Puyvelde
Subjects: Military & Security Studies

This article explores the role of US public interest groups in the promotion of government transparency, as part of a broader agenda on civil liberties. Drawing on a set of declassified documents, and extensive oral testimony from protagonists, it is argued that such groups occupy a significant position as facilitators of intelligence accountability in the United States.