This book analyses changes in intelligence governance and offers a comparative analysis of intelligence democratisation.
Within the field of Security Sector Reform (SSR), academics have paid significant attention to both the police and military. The democratisation of intelligence structures that are at the very heart of authorit
Table of Contents
1. Intelligence and Democracy 2. Analysing Intelligence: Capacity and Democracy 3. Intelligence in and Beyond the State: A Conceptual Framework 4. Kosovo and Amexica: a tale of two countries 5. Explaining Democratisation: Transnational Factors 6. Explaining Democratisation: The National Dimension 7. Explaining Democratisation: Politics and Organisation 8: Conclusion: Is Democratic Governance a Chimera?
Peter Gill is Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the University of Liverpool, UK. He is the author of Policing Politics (1994), Rounding Up the Usual Suspects (2000) and co-author of Intelligence in an Insecure World (2nd edn, 2012).