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Marco Munier's research interests are focus on Intelligence Studies; Canadian, American, French, Italian and Australian Intelligence Community; National Security; International Relations and Security Studies.
This paper seeks to understand the nature and characteristics of Canadian national intelligence culture post–Cold War using the analytical insights of the strategic culture and intelligence culture literature. Previous studies have focused on an organizational description or historical studies of Canadian intelligence during the Cold War or after 9...
Dans le contexte post-attentat de 2015, la France s’est dotée d’un arsenal juridique et sécuritaire exceptionnel pour faire face à la menace du terrorisme d’inspiration islamiste, en venant enraciner durablement la menace terroriste par un contrôle sécuritaire du territoire. Cet article démontre que c’est par un discours et des pratiques sécuritair...
Intelligence Studies are still dominated by conventional approaches to International Relations, including realism. The aim of this paper is to embrace the culturalist shift and propose a culturalist theory of intelligence through the development of a conceptual framework for the systematic analysis of national intelligence cultures. We propose a co...
Since 2004, Canada has undergone several changes in its intelligence activities, ranging from increasing the resources and powers of intelligence agencies to the creation of a Committee of Parliamentarians on National Security and Intelligence. In 2017, Bill C-59, if officially adopted, will bring the most significant change in the Canadian intelli...