Lessons through Reform: Australia’s Security Intelligence
International security studies (ISS) is a young discipline in the political science realm. The study of intelligence is even more obscure because of its intrinsic secretiveness and resulting lack of documentation. Therein lies the need for exploration of Australian intelligence reforms. Justice Robert Marsden Hope carried out three security reviews with three profound outcomes: political freedom, national intelligence independence, and security oversight. Hope transformed a backward...[Show more]
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