GNU Webster's 1913
- n. the aspect of counterintelligence designed to detect and prevent subversive activities.
- n. the aspect of counterintelligence designed to detect and prevent subversive activities
“Yes, terrorists pose a serious problem, but it is important also to recognize that in the long history of counter-subversion, the counter-subversives invariably do more damage than the subversives they set out to disable.”
“I thought weapons and guidance systems were your specialities, not – 'Razzak paused momentarily' – counter-subversion.”
“Cameron's willingness to turn counter-terrorism partner into counter-subversion target is also the basis for Charles Moore's satisfaction at the prime minister's recognition that”
“In the decades that followed, she served in every major branch of the organization - counterintelligence, counter-subversion, counterespionage - and in 1992 became its first female director general, a post she held until her retirement in 1996.”
“This included helping Anastasio Somoza Debayle to develop a counter-subversion program in the country.”
“Somoza Debayle to develop a counter-subversion program in the country.”
“BRIAN STEWART: There used to be more talk in the old days of something called counter-subversion or infiltration.”
“MI5 now boasts it has ended its counter-subversion work altogether, having other jihadist fish to fry (it will have soon doubled its staffing and budget on the back of the 9 / 11 backlash).”
“Assuming the "counter-subversion" functions usually conducted by MI5, the CIU is dedicated to the surveillance of radical groups, including placing informers amongst their numbers.”
“That incidentally is not a crazy internet conspiracy theory, it was the judgement of the intelligence services and the Foreign Office's counter-subversion department according to documents released to the National Archive in 2003.”
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