By Brian Jackson
With terrorism nonetheless well-known at the U.S. schedule, even if the country1s prevention efforts fit the possibility the U.S. faces remains to be imperative in coverage debate. Does the rustic want a committed household intelligence service provider? Case experiences of 5 different democracies--Australia, Canada, France, Germany, and the UK--provide classes and customary issues which may support policymakers come to a decision.
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To the extent that this can be judged, how eﬀec9 The factors that framed the case studies (including the nine factors listed here and a tenth that focuses on each case’s relevant lessons for the United States) were crafted primarily by our colleague and co–project leader, Gregory Treverton. His contribution to deﬁning the structure of and providing the frame for the case studies is gratefully acknowledged. Introduction 11 tive are they at discovering and calling to attention mistakes or abuses?
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Further details about the investigatory role of the ANAO and AAT can be obtained from AAT, undated, and ANAO, undated. 60 Author telephone interview, June 2007, and Canberra, October 2007; Burch, 2007, p. 10; PM&C, 2006, pp. 41–42. 61 Although ASIO is exempt from the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act (1982), it is required to abide by the Archives Act, which allows members of the public to access agency records that are at least 30 years old. In general, release of these data is denied only when disclosure could damage national security or expose the existence or identity of a conﬁdential source.