No Place to Hide: Intelligence and Civil Liberties in Israel

@article{Shpiro2006NoPT,
  title={No Place to Hide: Intelligence and Civil Liberties in Israel},
  author={Shlomo Shpiro},
  journal={Cambridge Review of International Affairs},
  year={2006},
  volume={19},
  pages={629 - 648}
}
  • S. Shpiro
  • Published 1 December 2006
  • Political Science
  • Cambridge Review of International Affairs
In its quest for security and under constant threats, the Israeli state has assigned wide-ranging powers to its intelligence services. These powers include deep incursions into individual liberties and privacy, powers of detention and interrogation, as well as involvement in assassinations. To ensure that those powers are only used legally and against real threats, a system of legal controls and parliamentary oversight over the intelligence community has developed incrementally. The article… 

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