- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- New ed
- Ashgate Publishing Limited
- Brodeur, Jean-Paul (red.)/Tollborg, Dennis (red.)
- bibliography figures, tables index
- figures, tables, bibliography, index
- 240 x 160 x 25 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 630 g
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'A timely, richly informative and probing analysis of the structure and functioning of national security policing in ten democratic countries. Together with a prior volume National Security and the Rule of Law, edited by Dennis Toellborg, this book is required reading for anyone seeking to understand the empirical and normative issues in the comparative study of political policing.' Gary T. Marx, Professor Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and author of Undercover: Police Surveillance in America '...a very welcomed, significant and necessary addition to the literature on intelligence.' International Criminal Justice Review
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Jean-Paul Brodeur is Full Professor at the School of Criminology and a Researcher at the International Centre for Comparative Criminology, both at the University of Montreal, Canada. He was also President of the Canadian Association for the Study of Intelligence Security (CASIS) Peter Gill is a Reader in Politics and Security at the School of Social Science, Liverpool John Moores University, UK. He is currently Chair of the Security Intelligence Studies Group ( a working group of the UK Political Studies Association and the British International Studies Association). Dennis TAllborg is Professor of Legal Science at Gothenburg School of Law and Economics, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
Contents: Introduction, Jean-Paul Brodeur, Peter Gill and Dennis TAllborg. The Beloved Lands of Undercover: Democracy and secrecy: the French intelligence community, Jean-Paul Brodeur and Nicolas Dupeyron; Intelligence services in Belgium: a story of legitimation and legalization, Lode van Outrive. From Dictatorship to Democracy: The Spanish intelligence services, Andrea Gimenez-Salinas; National security in Hungary, Istvan Szikinger; Security services in Poland and their oversight, Andrzej Rzeplinski. Security Intelligence in Stable Democracies: Security and intelligence structures in The Netherlands, Peter Klerks; Internal security in Sweden, Iain Cameron and Dennis TAllborg; The globalization of security and intelligence agencies: a report on the Canadian intelligence community, Jean-Paul Brodeur. Security Intelligence in Old and New 'Superpowers': Security intelligence services in the United Kingdom, Peter Gill; Parliament, media and the control of intelligence services in Germany, Shlomo Shpiro. Conclusion: National security and political policing: some thoughts on values, ends and law, Laurence Lustgarten; Bibliography; Index.