Hager Ben Jaffel holds a PhD in International Relations from King’s College London. Her research focuses on a sociological analysis of intelligence and focuses more specifically on the practices and professionals that make up contemporary intelligence. After having analyzed the cooperative relations in the field of counter-terrorism intelligence between Great Britain and Europe, her current research focuses on the study of security practices through the prism of the relationship between security and politics as well as the development of critical approaches to intelligence.
- Intelligence Studies
- Security and Politics
- Political Sociology of the International
- Hager Ben Jaffel, “When Security Elites Deal with Politicians: Rethinking Practices from the Perspective of Security-Politics Relationships,” European Security 30:2 (2021): 259-284.
- Hager Ben Jaffel, Alvina Hoffmann, Oliver Kearns & Sebastian Larsson, “Towards Critical Approaches to Intelligence as a Social Phenomenon,” International Political Sociology 14:3 (2020): 323-344.
- Hager Ben Jaffel, “Britain’s European Connection in Counter-Terrorism Intelligence Cooperation: Everyday Practices of Police Liaison Officers,” Intelligence and National Security 35:7 (2020): 1007-1025.
- Hager Ben Jaffel, Anglo-European Intelligence Cooperation: Britain in Europe, Europe in Britain (Abingdon: Routledge, 2019).