The Fourth Eye

Democracy

Technophilic Hubris and Espionage Styles during the Cold War

The East bloc won the spy wars but lost the Cold War

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The End of Secrecy

After all, what did the Cold War teach us, if not the fundamental instability of closed regimes?

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Cultures of Spying

The left was suspicious of the CIA , “not because it advanced American values, but because it stood in contradiction to them.”

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Rooted in Secrecy: the clandestine element in Australian politics

Under the facade of a democratic system, the work of secret police snoopers is to intimidate dissent elements. Under overt repression, such as fascism, they terrorise. There is no difference in basic purpose, only in degree.

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Between the Eyes

Increasingly, those who control technology control information, and those who control information, manage consent

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Knowing the Self, Knowing the Other: The Comparative analysis of security intelligence

Provides 5 grounds for doing comparative analysis

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Intelligence Ethics: Laying a foundation for the second oldest profession

Ethics is the study of moral logic and paradigms, but it not just lists of rules or laws. If ethics where that simple, attorneys would have a different reputations.

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