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É com grande satisfação que informo que artigo nosso, intitulado The Spies Who Came from the Tropics: Intelligence Services and Democracy in Brazil, foi publica no periódico Intelligence & National Security, um dos mais conceituados da área. Ali faço uma análise da atividade de inteligência no Brasil. Para adquirir o artigo ou a Revista acesse: 

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02684527.2014.915178#.VA70JvldWZo

Intelligence and National Security

Volume 29, Issue 4, 2014

Special Issue:   Democratisation of Intelligence

The Spies Who Came from the Tropics: Intelligence Services and Democracy in Brazil

The Spies Who Came from the Tropics: Intelligence Services and Democracy in Brazil

 DOI: 10.1080/02684527.2014.915178
Joanisval Brito Gonçalves*pages 581-599
 Published online: 10 Jul 2014
Abstract

Despite the emergence of Brazil as a global power, little is known about its security and intelligence services and the way they are seen by Brazilian society. This article analyzes the Brazilian perception of the role of its intelligence services and the relationship between the intelligence community (IC) and the decision makers. The historical background of intelligence in Brazil and a general overview of the Brazilian IC after the reestablishment of democracy are presented, as well as the general mechanisms of control and accountability of the secret services. Finally, there is consideration of some concerns on reforming the intelligence sector and its control and oversight apparatus.

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