Press Release: The University of Buckingham’s Directory of Experts
26 July 2011
Thursday 3 December 2009
The University of Buckingham has experts on many subjects. These academics are willing to be interviewed by the media. In particular we would like to draw your attention to Professor Anthony Glees, Professor of Politics and the Director of the Buckingham Centre for Security and Intelligence Studies (BUCSIS) and Professor Ross McKitrick, Visiting Professor of Economics.
Professor Anthony Glees’ work has received detailed and repeated attention from BBC TV and Radio (numerous outlets), ITN, Sky TV, CNN, Korean TV, and radio networks in the USA, Canada, Germany and from Reuters, The Sunday Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Wall Street Journal, The Daily Mail, The Guardian and many other newspapers throughout the world. He has a specialist concern with security and intelligence issues and has written and lectured on aspects of the history of British intelligence, on Islamism, on terrorism and counter-terrorism, on subversion in western democracies both today and in the past. He takes a particular interest in European Union and German affairs. Professor Glees was the advisor to the War Crimes Inquiry in the Home Office (1988-90) and his work on the Stasi was debated in Parliament on 21 December 1999. Since 2001 he has been a senior security policy advisor to the EPP Parties in the European Parliament via the European Ideas Network, the EIN.
Professor McKitrick specialises in environmental economics and policy analysis. He has been a Senior Fellow of the Fraser Institute, a Canadian free-market public policy think tank, since 2002. While at Buckingham Professor McKitrick will be completing a textbook on environmental economics and policy for the University of Toronto Press.
The University has a sound studio with a G722- and G711-compatible ISDN connection for conducting radio interviews with our experts. All of the experts can be contacted through the University Publicity Office:
Tel: +44 (0)1280 820338
Fax: +44 (0)1280 822245
ISDN: +44 (0)1280 814895 (please phone ahead to arrange ISDN calls)