Defense News

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

The Rise and Fall of Intelligence Spending

U.S. intelligence agencies argue that public disclosure of intelligence budget appropriations would "damage national security" and jeopardize "intelligence sources and methods."

This proposition has been disputed for decades by critics in Congress and elsewhere, and a growing number of other nations now routinely publish their intelligence spending levels as an act of democratic accountability...FULL ARTICLE.

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