Professor Anthony Glees

Emeritus Professor

anthony.glees@buckingham.ac.uk

Professor Anthony Glees, Director of BUCSIS at the University of Buckingham, the UK's favourite university

Anthony Glees is recognised as a nationally and internationally published expert on European affairs, the British-German relationship and Security and Intelligence questions. The author of numerous books and scholarly studies in this field he is very frequently quoted in the national and international media, with recent appearances on Sky TV News, the BBC News Channel, ‘Hart Aber Fair’, ‘Anne Will’ and ‘Die Phoenix Runde’, London Times, Sun, Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, Daily Telegraph, Daily Express, Daily Star, New York Times,Xinhua/People’s Daily, DeutschlandRadio, WDR & many other networks.

He was educated at St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford. 1971-2 Michael Foster research Scholar, University of Oxford, senior associate member St Antony’s College. 2008-present Professor of Politics, and until July 2019, director of the Centre for Security and Intelligence Studies (BUCSIS).  Thereafter, Emeritus Professor at the University of Buckingham. Previously Professor of Politics & director of European Studies, then director of Centre for Intelligence and Security studies, at Brunel University, London.

Speeches and lectures since Summer 2018:

Member of outside academic bodies

Member of peer review college of ESRC (UK) and Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and Government of Ireland Research board. Invited to give evidence to various parliamentary committees, including Parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee, House of Lords Europe Committee, All Party Parliamentary Committee on Homeland Security, All Party Committee on  the Rule of Law. I am a member of numerous editorial boards of scholarly journals in the UK, the USA and Australia. Board member of the Oxford Intelligence Group. 1990-2019 member of Wilton Board at FCO.

Work outside the academy: 1989-91 in the UK Home Office as advisor to the War Crimes Inquiry; 1998-2000 advisor to head of current affairs at BBC tv; 1997-2000 advisor to head of British Council, Germany.

Recent publications

Anthony Glees (2019) ‘Unter Beschuss: Akademische Freiheit in Zeiten des Brexit’ Politische Mitteilungen Nr. 558, September/Oktober 2019, 64. Jahrgang pp 102-8

Anthony Glees (2019) ‘Der Brexit, persoenlich genommen’ Politische Mitteilungen Nr. 554, Jan-Feb 2019, 64. Jahrgang pp 104-109

Anthony Glees (2018) ‘Gechillte Royals, zermürbte Brexiteers’: Die zwei Gesichter Großbritanniens im Sommer 2018 Politische Mitteilungen Nr. 552, September/Oktober 2018, 63. Jahrgang pp 65-69

Anthony Glees (2018) ‘Europa und der Brexit’ in Historisch-politische Mitteilungen: Archiv fuer Christlich-Demokratische Politik 25. Jhrg 2018 Boehlau Verlag, Wien, Koeln, Weimar ISBN 9783412514785  pp 239-247

Anthony Glees (2018) ‘Ein “Merkel Plan” fuer Afrika’ in Michael Rutz Gefaehrdete Welt: Einsichten und Auswege’ 2018 978-3-451-39986-2 Herder Verlag, Freiburg pp 60-73

Anthony Glees (2017) ‘Bye-bye Britain: Wie Angela Merkel den Ausschlag zum Brexit gab’ in Philip Plickert Merkel eine kritische Bilanz , 2017 978-3-95972-065-6 Finanzbuchverlag, Munich pp 199-219

Anthony Glees (2017) ‘Viewpoint: The Current Challenges to UK National Security and How They Might be Addressed’ The Journal of the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers Vol 25 No 1 ISSN 1039-1525 pp 40-56

Anthony Glees (2017) ‘What Brexit means for British and European intelligence agencies’ in The Journal of Intelligence History (Abingdon: Taylor and Francis) Vol 16, July 2017

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