“We have to defend ourselves as a country against a growing threat from state actors,” said Richard Moore, “within an international system which is not working as it should do to constrain conflict and aggression.” Chief — or “C” — of Britain’s storied Secret Intelligence Service, better known as MI6, Moore was giving his first public speech, in November last year, to address “an era of dramatic change in the security landscape,” and to emphasize the importance ...cont
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