Intelligence and democratization the challenge of control in new democracies
Bruneau, Thomas C.
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To consolidate the new democracies that have emerged worldwide during the last decade and a half is the main political challenge facing political leaders in these countries and world leaders at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Democratic consolidation requires restructuring the economy and bringing the armed forces under democratic civilian control. And, within the latter task probably the most problematic issue in civil – military relations is control of the intelligence apparatus.
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