Signals Intelligence in the Post-cold War Era: Developments in the Asia-Pacific Region

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Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1993 - Electronic intelligence - 144 pages
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Signals intelligence (SIGINT), or the collection of intelligence by the interception of communications or monitoring of other electronic signals, is the most productive source of intelligence available to governments and their defence establishments.

In the Asia-Pacific region, there are moves to greater defence self-reliance. Throughout the region there has been a significant expansion of SIGNIT capabilities and operations over the past decade, and this is expected to continue over the foreseeable future.

Signals Intelligence in the Post-Cold War Era describes these recent developments in global and regional SIGINT capabilities and operations, and provides some explanation for their developments. 


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Page ii - Programme (RSSP) was set up in 1981 in response to the need to supplement global concepts and methods of analysis with a closer understanding of the realities in the region; to ensure that much of this is done in the region and with as much input as possible by Southeast Asians themselves, thereby leading to the creation of a body of expertise on security issues resident in the region; and to...

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Desmond Ball is Professor in the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at the Australian National University.

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