Intelligence gathering activities in contemporary international law
Nairobi : [s.n], 1984
176 p. ; 28 cm
Master thesis, University of Nairobi, 1984
States take decisions in the conduct of their international relations on the basis of intelligence they posses about thoses States they are dealing with. Not all intelligence required for taking national decisions is always readily available. Nations, therefore, have to deploy intelligence gathering activities to realize the required intelligence. Intelligence gathering activities have, therefore, become an important aspect of international interaction. Between States, individuals and corporations, the intelligence industry has become one the biggest employers. This thesis is addressed to the problems posed by intelligence gathering activities between States in contemporary international law.
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