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QUELLES « ARMÉES SECRÈTES » DE L'OTAN ? Rapport de recherche #18

Abstract : For the first time, research shall focus on NATO’S so-called « secret armies », and explain the notion of the Stay-Behind networks by shedding light on the architecture of cooperation that supported those networks. The study highlights the ongoing « criminalization » of the Stay-Behind networks since the 1990s, in part a result of the extreme confusion in public opinion about these structures established at the end of World War II, and the lack of knowledge of how NATO operates as well as its intelligence capabilities.
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Gérald Arboit. QUELLES « ARMÉES SECRÈTES » DE L'OTAN ? Rapport de recherche #18. [Rapport de recherche] 18, Centre français de recherche sur le renseignement. 2016, pp.40. ⟨hal-01310326⟩

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