Romania's intelligence community: from an instrument of dictatorship to serving democracy
Matei, Florina Cristiana (Cris)
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Romania’s intelligence system has followed a path from serving as an instrument of communist dictatorship to being an effective intelligence community under democratic control. This achievement is notable, considering both the relatively short amount of time for the transition and the foundations of the organization—the Securitate.
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