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Anthony Glees

possible topics:

  • Brexit
  • European Community
  • History
  • Islamism
  • History of Germany
  • Security
  • Terrorism

publications:

  • The Open Side of Secrecy: Britain’s Intelligence and Security Committee (2006 – Mit-Autor)
  • Spinning the Spies: Intelligence, Open Government and the Hutton Inquiry (2004 – Mit-Autor)
  • The Stasi Files: The UK Operations of the East German Intelligence and Security Service (2003)
  • Reinventing Germany: German Political Development since 1945 (1996)
  • The Secrets of the Service: British Intelligence and Communist Subversion, 1939–51, (1987)
  • Exile Politics during the Second World War: the German Social Democrats in Britain (1982)

Prof. Dr. Anthony Glees

Renowned contemporary history historian and political scientist
Anthony Glees

Anthony Glees is a renowned British contemporary history historian and political scientist from the University of Buckingham. The expertise of the author and publicist is in demand worldwide.

He is regarded as an outstanding specialist in the history of Germany, deals with the European Community and issues of terrorism and Islamism and their fight against.

Prof. Glees studied history and German studies at the University of Oxford (St. Catherine's College, St. Antony's College), where he also received his doctorate. He taught at the University of Warwick and from 1975 for 30 years at Brunel University (Professor of Political Science), where he was most recently director of the Brunel Center for Intelligence and Security Studies. In 2008, he joined the private University of Buckingham as a professor (head of the Center for Security and Intelligence Studies - BUCSIS).

His focus is on security and intelligence issues and research on the history of British intelligence, Stasi activities in Britain, and British intelligence activities against Cold War Communists.

From 1988 to 1990 he was a consultant to the British Home Office for the investigation of war crimes, and he was in demand as a contact person of the British and the European Parliament in security matters.

He gives his keynotes in German and English.

possible topics:

  • Brexit
  • European Community
  • History
  • Islamism
  • History of Germany
  • Security
  • Terrorism

publications:

  • The Open Side of Secrecy: Britain’s Intelligence and Security Committee (2006 – Mit-Autor)
  • Spinning the Spies: Intelligence, Open Government and the Hutton Inquiry (2004 – Mit-Autor)
  • The Stasi Files: The UK Operations of the East German Intelligence and Security Service (2003)
  • Reinventing Germany: German Political Development since 1945 (1996)
  • The Secrets of the Service: British Intelligence and Communist Subversion, 1939–51, (1987)
  • Exile Politics during the Second World War: the German Social Democrats in Britain (1982)