THE SECURITY DISTILLERY
INTO SIMPLE MATTERS IN ORDER TO PROVIDE QUALITY, ACCESSIBLE INFORMATION
FOR STUDENTS AND RESEARCHERS
In the dynamic field of security studies, the Security Distillery intends to distil the essence of complicated issues into digestible amounts of comprehensible information, without oversimplifying or losing nuance. Our content is structured regionally and thematically, ranging from cybersecurity to terrorism, and from Asian to Central American politics.
The Security Distillery aims to become a platform of reference for students and researchers interested in deepening their knowledge of current issues related to security, intelligence and international politics.
Composed by postgraduate students and top researchers from over 28 different countries (and growing), the Security Distillery team combines some of the best experts in the field to join forces in the production of relevant and impactful articles.
The diversity of background and personal experiences blend together in ensuring a multiplicity of perspectives and ideas which challenge the cultural bias which dominates most of the current academic literature.
The Security Distillery emerged from the first cohort of students of the International Masters in Security, Intelligence and Strategic Studies (IMSISS), collectively awarded by the University of Glasgow, Dublin City University and Charles University Prague. IMISSI provides an exciting platform for practitioners and students to connect and exchange ideas, which are later distilled into the Distillery’s publications.