Danny Pronk is a dual PhD candidate at Leiden University Dual PhD Centre The Hague. Working title dissertation: ‘A good flight requires a good briefing. The utility of intelligence in support of air operations.’
Danny Pronk works as senior research fellow at the Security Unit of the Netherlands Institute of International Relations ‘Clingendael’. At Clingendael he focuses on strategic foresight and security and defence issues. As guest researcher in the research group Intelligence of the Institute of Security and Global Affairs (ISGA) he focuses on the history of the Air Force Intelligence Service (LUID). The main goal of his PhD research is to improve our understanding of how intelligence and security services operate. With his research he wants to add to the body of academic knowledge within the field of the intelligence studies, but also to serve the practice of intelligence. He is a political scientist and has previously worked for both the General Intelligence and Security Service (AIVD) and the Defence Intelligence and Security Service (MIVD).
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