Wellington no longer wants to give CIA free rein to its intel

Acting on a damning report on the role New Zealand's intelligence services played in the CIA's interrogation programmes published by the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security (IGIS), Wellington has introduced new safeguards, even when dealing with their closest Five Eyes allies. [...] (391 words)
Issue dated 11/09/2019 Reading time 2 minutes
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