Center for National Security Studies

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The Center for National Security Studies, "a non-governmental advocacy and research organization, was founded in 1974 to work for control of the FBI and CIA and to prevent violations of civil liberties in the United States. The Center is the only non-profit human rights and civil liberties organization, whose core mission is to prevent claims of national security from eroding civil liberties or constitutional procedures...

"From 1995 to 2001, Center Director Kate Martin jointly directed with Andrzej Rzeplinski of the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights in Warsaw a project in 12 former communist countries of Europe to promote the adoption of new legal frameworks for the restructuring of intelligence services in those countries and a new public understanding about the appropriate role of secret services in a democracy." [1]

Founded by Robert Borosage.

Staff

Accessed November 2008: [2]

Directors

Accessed November 2008: [3]

Contact

Web: http://www.cnss.org

Resources and articles

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References

  1. Mission and History, Center for National Security Studies, accessed November 10, 2008.
  2. Directors, Center for National Security Studies, accessed November 10, 2008.
  3. Directors, Center for National Security Studies, accessed November 10, 2008.