Secrets of Signals Intelligence During the Cold War and Beyond

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Matthew M. Aid, Cees Wiebes
Psychology Press, 2001 - Political Science - 350 pages
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In recent years the importance of Signals Intelligence (Sigint) has become more prominent, especially the capabilities and possibilities of reading and deciphering diplomatic, military and commercial communications of other nations. This growing awareness of the importance of intelligence applies not only to the activities of the big services but also to those smaller nations like The Netherlands. For this reason The Netherlands Intelligence Association (NISA) was recently established in which academics and (former and still active) members of The Netherlands intelligence community work together in order to promote research into the history of Dutch intelligence communities.--
 

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Contents

The National Security Agency and
27
GCHQ and Sigint in the Early Cold
67
Canadas Communications Security
97
The Bundesnachrichtendienst
129
France Sigint and the Cold War Roger Faligot
177
Scandinavia Sigint and the Cold War Alf R Jacobsen
209
Dutch Sigint during the Cold War 194594 Cees iehes
243
Dutch Sigint and the Conflict with Indonesia
285
Conclusions Matthew M
313
Abstracts
333
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Duco Hellema is professor of international relations at the University of Utrecht. Cees Wiebes lectures in political science at the University of Amsterdam. Toby Witte lectures in political science at the Rotterdam Polytechnic.

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