France's highest administrative jurisdiction will handle the case of disowned intelligence official

The legal battle between France's domestic intelligence agency, the DGSI, and one of its former officers, Eric M., suspected of being too close to the US intelligence community, should soon come to a close before the Council of State. It illustrates the toughening of France's stance on counter-espionage. [...] (750 words)
Issue dated 08/06/2022 Reading time 3 minutes

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