CANADIAN SECRET SERVICES YESTERDAY AND NOWADAYS
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CANADIAN SECRET SERVICES YESTERDAY AND NOWADAYS
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S268667300000619-0-1
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118-126
Abstract
The article examines the history and contemporary position of the Canadian secret services, their main features, structure and goals.
Keywords
ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE, CANADIAN SECURITY INTELLIGENCE SERVICE, DEMOCRATIC CONTROL
Date of publication
01.10.2011
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