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CONTENTS Preface 1 Figures xiii I. INTRODUCTION 1 II. SECURITY INTELLIGENCE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 6 The Terrorist Threat 6 The Security Service ("MI5") 7 III. SECURITY INTELLIGENCE IN FRANCE The Terrorist Threat DST and the Police DST Oversight and Accountability IV. SECURITY INTELLIGENCE IN CANADA The Terrorist Threat CSIS and the Police CSIS Oversight and Accountability V. SECURITY INTELLIGENCE IN AUSTRALIA The Terrorist Threat ASIO and the Police ASIO Oversight and Accountability VI. ASSESSMENT AND OBSERVATIONS Strengths Weaknesses VII CONCLUSION 14 APPENDIX ONE: THE AUSTRALIAN SECURITY INTELLIGENCE ORGANISATION LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (TERRORISM) ACT, 2003 16 This ¶ is a kludge to fix a bug in MS Word. Don't delete it! FIGURES Figure 1--Key components of security intelligence structures in five countries 4 This ¶ is a kludge to fix a bug in MS Word. Don't delete it
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Terrorism Prevention Cross-cultural studies, Intelligence service Cross-cultural studies, Internal security Cross-cultural studies, Great Britain, MI5, France, Direction de la surveillance du territoire, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Australian Security Intelligence Organization