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5.0 out of 5 stars
Learned something, 18 Oct. 2010
America's signals intelligence "special relationship" with the UK was surprising to me, as it really does (did?) seem to be close (as opposed to the "special relationship" much touted and abused as a concept by the media nowadays). So I found this book just as interesting from the wider political perspective, as well as the detail about GCHQ's activities.
Only drawback for me was the one or two references to how other academics' writings were wrong. Academics can't resist an opportunity for an argument.