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Spy War in South Asia : Intelligence Failure, Reforms and The Fight Against Cross Border Terrorism

 
Synopsis

The central intelligence agencies have earned the wrath of the government for failing to sufficiently warn local agencies. Why do our secret intelligence agencies fail repeatedly? Is it because of the lack of adequate intelligence, the dearth of trained manpower in the intelligence sector, failure to apply latest sophisticated technology in surveillance, lack of proper intelligence sharing between the Centre and the states, lack of action on available intelligence, or the lack of sensible intelligence reforms?  There were reports in yesteryears that Pakistani intelligence had established spy networks in some states of South Asia to closely monitor India's intelligence, political and military activities. What further reforms have been undertaken by the political leadership to fight this menace? Invariably we see the blame game after the failure has occurred and committees set up for reforms. But very seldom any action is taken on the ground.  This book highlights the operational mechanism, reform packages, and failures of intelligence agencies in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.  

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Bibliographic information

Title Spy War in South Asia : Intelligence Failure, Reforms and The Fight Against Cross Border Terrorism
Format Hardcover
Date published: 24.07.2019
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Vij Books
Language: English
isbn 9789388161664
length 260p.