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Intelligence Cooperation under Multipolarity

Non-American Perspectives

edited by Thomas Juneau, Justin Massie & Marco Munier

University of Toronto Press
Initial publish date
Nov 2023
General, Public Affairs & Administration, Security (National & International)
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    Jan 2024
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While counterterrorism has been the primary focus of the defence and security policies of major Western countries in the last two decades, recent years have seen the re-emergence of states as the major threat. Intelligence Cooperation under Multipolarity offers a timely analysis of the challenges and opportunities for intelligence cooperation, characterized by the re-emergence of great power competition, particularly between the United States, China, and Russia.


This collection explores foreign policy and national security tools and partnerships that have emerged as the United States, typically an international leader, experiences internal and external shocks that have rendered its role on the international stage more uncertain. The book focuses on non-American perspectives in order to understand how America’s allies and partners have adjusted to global power transitions. Drawing on contributions from leading intelligence and strategic studies scholars and professionals, Intelligence Cooperation under Multipolarity aims to broaden and deepen our understanding of the consequences of the power transition on national security policies.

About the authors

Thomas Juneau is associate professor at the University of Ottawa's Graduate School of Public and International Affairs and a non-resident fellow with the Sana'a Center for Strategic Studies.

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Justin Massie is a professor of political science at the Université du Québec à Montréal and Co-Director of the Network for Strategic Analysis.

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Marco Munier is a PhD candidate in Political Science at the Université du Québec à Montréal.

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