Intelligence and human rights in the era of global terrorism

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Contributors: Tsang, Steve Yui-Sang (Other)
Format: Print Book
Published: Westport, Conn. [u.a.] Praeger Security International 2007
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Item Description:Stopping global terrorism and protecting rights / Steve Tsang -- Identifying and rectifying inadequacies -- The British quest for transparency / Mark Urban -- Lessons from the Iranian case and the changing face of American intelligence / Jack Caravelli -- The wider political context -- Political supervision of intelligence services in the United Kingdom / John N.L. Morrison -- Intelligence oversight in the United States / Loch K. Johnson -- Parliamentary oversight of intelligence : the German approach / Christian Heyer -- An appropriate legal framework for dealing with modern terrorism and WMD / Richard G. Stearns -- Human rights and human intelligence / Alex Danchev -- Toward new intelligence systems -- Preparing to meet new challenges / Peter Wilson -- Efficient resource allocation / George Maior and Sebastian Huluban -- A new approach to intelligence assessment / Isaac Ben-Israel -- In search of a new intelligence system : the British experience / Anthony Glees -- Setting priorities in a world of changing threats / Richard J. Aldrich. - Includes bibliographical referencesand index
Physical Description:XV, 224 S. Ill. 25cm