Marco Munier is a doctoral student in political science in the Department of Political Science at the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM). Before arriving in Canada and joining the University of Quebec in Montreal, he worked in the French Ministry of the Interior in the National Police from 2010 to 2015. His research focuses on Intelligence Studies, in particular on the identification of a national intelligence culture in Canada and on the evolution of the intelligence devices of Canada, Italy and Australia since September 11, 2001, as well as on multinational military interventions and western defense policies.
- Intelligence Studies
- Military Interventions
- Defense and National Security Policies
- Marco Munier, “The Canadian National Intelligence Culture: A Minimalist and Defensive National Intelligence Apparatus,” International Journal 76:3 (2021): 427-445.
- Justin Massie & Marco Munier, “Being a Reliable Ally in a Politicized War: Canada’s Fight Against ISIS,” in Thomas Juneau & Bessma Momani (eds.), Middle Power in the Middle East: Canada’s Foreign and Defence Policies in a Changing Region (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2022), 31-46.
- Marco Munier, “Au cœur de la raison d’État : La culture nationale du renseignement français au prisme de la DGSE et de la DGSI,” Annuaire français de relations internationales, vol. XXIII, 2022, 491-506.
- Marco Munier, “Renseignement,” In Alex Macleod & Philippe Bonditti (eds.), Relations internationales : Théories et concepts (Athéna éditions, 2019): 467-472.