Intelligence in the Developing Democracies: The Quest for Transparency and Effectiveness (uncorrected proof)
Bruneau, Thomas C.
Matei, Florina Cristiana
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In their path to consolidation, developing democracies strive to ensure the democratic transfer of political power, gain legitimacy with elites and civil society, reform and restructure their legal systems and economy, and, maybe most importantly, develop democratic civil-military relations (CMR)—that is establishing new security institutions (to include intelligence agencies) that are under democratic civilian control, and are effective and effi cient ( Bruneau and Boraz 2007 , 1–24).
Uncorrected proof of Book Chapter 45 in The Oxford Handbook of National Security Intelligence, Edited by Loch K. Johnson, Publication Date: 2010.