Inside Canadian Intelligence: Exposing the New Realities of Espionage and International Terrorism

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Dundurn, Feb 1, 2007 - Technology & Engineering - 252 pages
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Since 9/11, Canada has been on the front lines of a New World Order that few understand. And in this world, intelligence is not just the first line of defence - it may be the only one. Editor Dwight Hamilton has assembled an all-star cast of former intelligence officers and journalists to take you inside the covert and dangerous world of espionage and international terrorism.

For the first time in history, a concise exposť of every government organization in the Canadian national security sector is available to the general public. With first-hand accounts and informed analysis, the team behind Inside Canadian Intelligence has the esoteric expertise to accurately portray the new realities like no one else can. Forget James Bond: this is the real thing.

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Dwight Hamilton has been an editor at two of Canada's largest professional journals. He worked for Canadian military intelligence in the 1980s.

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