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BRITISH MODEL OF INTELLIGENCE ORGANIZATION: INTELLIGENCE INSTITUTIONS AND THE CONTROL OF THEIR ACTIVITIES

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By means of a comparative analysis of the available data, we can divide intelligence organizations into three groups of models, provisionally called American, British, and (the former) Soviet. These models have at the same time served as a basis for building intelligence systems in other states. Unlike the other two systems, the so-called British model of intelligence organization includes the central organization that coordinates the operation of all the others. The British intelligence system is made up of independent services located within different ministries, whose activities are coordinated by the cabinet or its working bodies.

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