Security Communication: Between Secrets and Speech

This project, financed by the Danish Research Counsil (1,8 mio Dkr), is a particular bureaucratic practice that must increasingly balance the aim of information sharing against the need for secrecy. By comparing the organization of security communication in Danish, Swiss, British and U.S. intelligence agencies, the study aims to show how and why communication capabilities and thus opportunities for citizen involvement vary.

Karen Lund Petersen, Myriam Dunn Cavelty, Vibeke Schou Tjalve & Rens van Munster were the primary researchers on the project. 


Karen Lund Petersen
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