Conference Papers

‘Communications Technology in Counterterrorism’, TERRORISM AND COUNTER TERRORISM: A PAKISTANI PERSPECTIVE AT IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS STUDIES (ICBS), LAHORE, 21st May 2016.

PSA 2016, ‘Impactful scholarship in intelligence: a public policy challenge?’

PSA 2015, ‘ Capturing Complexity: emergent properties and security analysis’

PSA 2014 – ‘Complexity and National Interest’

GCEC 2014- ‘Enterprise Support: From chalkboard to post-incubator’

BISA 2012 – ‘Intelligence as narrative’

BISA 2011 – SISG sponsored roundtable discussing the Chilcot Inquiry – other panel members included Paul Rogers, Mark Phythian and Andrew Defty.

PSA 2011- SISG sponsored panel discussing New Labour’s legacy on the arms trade.

PSA 2009 – ‘From Vauxhall Cross, with love: intelligence and popular culture’

‘Power and Purpose in the Wider World’ presented at the John Hopkins University, Bologna Center Conference Series in International Relations, April 2008.

‘Roundtable: Intelligence and Theory’, Political Studies Association Conference, Swansea April 2008.

‘Arms Trade Intelligence’ presented to the British International Studies Association Conference, Cambridge, December 2007.

‘The Role of Intelligence in the Global COIN campaign’ presented to the European Consortium on Political Research General Conference, Pisa, September 2007.

Security and Intelligence Studies Panel, “Unwritten Assumptions – The Role of Theory in Intelligence”, presented at the British International Studies Association Conference, Cork, December 2006.

Security and Intelligence Studies Panel, ‘Demilitarizing the Global War on Terror’, presented at the British International Studies Association Conference, Cork, December 2006.

The European Arms Trade – The Fast and Slow Track of Europeanization”presented at the Political Studies Association Conference, Reading, March 2006.

Security and Intelligence Studies Panel ‘Intelligence and Proliferation: Problems and Options’, Paper Title: ‘The role of intelligence in UK arms exports licensing’ presented at the Political Studies Association Conference, Leeds, March 2005.

‘Up in Arms: Rethinking Debates about the Arms Trade’, presented at the British International Studies Association Conference, St Andrews, December 2005.

European Security and Defence Policy – A Liberal Intergovernmentalist revival?’ presented at the University Association of Contemporary European Studies Conference, Birmingham, September 2004.

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