Intelligence in the developing democracies: the quest for transparency and effectiveness
Bruneau, Thomas C.
Matei, Florina Cristiana (Cris)
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This article discusses the quest for transparency and effectiveness of the intelligence systems in the developing democracies. The article begins with a review of the literature on intelligence reform in new democracies. It also discusses the role of intelligence in non-democratic regimes, the legacies from these regimes in transitional democracies, and the challenges involved including the achievements in reforming intelligence in developing countries.
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