Counter Intelligence

\r\n Counterintelligence contains the efforts made, typically by states, to preserve against the activities of foreign intelligence services on the military, domestic and political fronts. Operations could be conducted in secret and be limited to the intelligence or security agencies themselves, or they could be part of huge operations in the context of war. At a diplomatic level, embassies and consulates are typical hosts for intelligence agents under diplomatic guise, who may be declared personae non gratae in the contest their cover is blown. Maintaining constant reworking, checking and fine-tuning of government agencies or their private partners is considered an on-going duty of counterintelligence services and officers.

 

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