Intelligence services in changing nation
Intelligence agencies are a reflection of the society within which they operate. During the Cold War, a litmus test could differentiate between dictatorships and democracies: in dictatorships, one intelligence agency covered domestic and foreign operations; in a democracy, they were split between separate agencies.
So democracies like the United Kingdom had MI-5 for internal d...
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