Author profile: Thomas Bruneau

Thomas Bruneau is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of National Security Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California. He has conducted seminars throughout Latin America, Asia, Africa, and Southeast Europe on democratic civil-military relations for the Center for Civil-Military Relations. He has recently published Patriots for Profit: Contractors and the Military in U.S. National Security (2011), Maras: Gang Violence and Security in Central America edited with Lucía Dammert and Elizabeth Skinner (2011), and The Routledge Handbook of Civil-Military Relations edited with Cris Matei (2012).

Street Gangs in Central America: Combating them with Intelligence Fusion Centers

Street Gangs in Central America: Combating them with Intelligence Fusion Centers

The intelligence fusion center has proved successful in the US, and could prove useful in the Northern Triangle of Central America in the fight against street gangs.

Democracy and Security: The Current Debate on Reforming U.S. Intelligence

Democracy and Security: The Current Debate on Reforming U.S. Intelligence

The revelations of Edward Snowden regarding the NSA have focused more attention on the issue of reforming intelligence in the US than at any time since 1970s.

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