John's Twitter Feed
- ‘Mission Accomplished’ Will Never Come in Afghanistan https://t.co/eSME1XruQB 15 hours ago
- New Zealand commits to #Fiji #bordersecurity https://t.co/VmrlXLDtId via @scoopnz 17 hours ago
- With or without #Brexit, the #EU is a key market for @Asean . But it has never been Asean's role model https://t.co/rxyToy0SGj 2 days ago
- #Policymakers Are Focussing On #Drugs Australians Aren't Taking #oxycodone #fentanyl #DrugUse https://t.co/5y5xKPWNFk 2 days ago
- Heightened Scrutiny of #Iranians Shows #Trump Administration ‘Extreme Vetting’ in Action #bordersecurity https://t.co/IEi90fkzlG 2 days ago
Director, Australian Strategic Policy Institute
Dr John Coyne is the Director of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s Border Security Program. Over the last twenty years John has been an intelligence professional at tactical, operational, and strategic levels across a range of military, regulatory, national security and law enforcement organisations. During this period he has worked extensively in the ASEAN region, delivering a range of bilateral research projects. His more recent work in this area has focused on enhancing multilateral ASEAN information exchange regarding non-traditional illicit commodity flows.
John’s Ph.D. examined strategic intelligence in law enforcement targeting transnational serious and organised crime. He has written and published on a range of border security and intelligence issues. He has been a Winston Churchill Fellow and a Vincent Fairfax Fellow.
- “You say you want a revolution (in border security strategy)“, Australian Strategic Policy Institute (February 2016)
- “Securing the Australian frontier: an agenda for border security policy“, Australian Strategic Institute (November 2015)
- “It’s time to change: a new national ice strategy“, Australian Strategic Policy Institute (October 2015)
- “Time to refresh Australia’s National Drug Strategy“, Australian Strategic Policy Institute (September 2015)
- Coyne, J. and Bell, P. (2014), Strategic Intelligence in Law Enforcement: Targeting Transnational Organised Crime, Macmillan Pivot, London