The challenges of intelligence sharing in Romania
Matei, Florina Cristian (Cris)
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The twenty-first century’s security environment has triggered a phenomenon of ‘proliferation’ of intelligence and security cooperation, both domestically and internationally. After the ousting of the communist regime (whose intelligence system served the regime) in 1989, Romania embarked upon democratic reform of its new intelligence system (including strengthening cooperation), to better tackle the current security challenges. This has been a rather onerous process, yet worthwhile: Romania’s intelligence is presently cooperating well with national and international partners, to counter national, regional, and global security threats. This paper assesses Romania’s efforts in developing intelligence cooperation, after the demise of the communist regime.
The article of record as published may be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02684520903069504
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