Table of contents for Confronting "the enemy within" : security intelligence, the police, and counterterrorism in four democracies / Peter Chalk, William Roseanau.


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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
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FIGURES
Figure 1--Key components of security intelligence structures in five 
countries	4
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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