The president’s geisha
The Centre Exterieur du Renseignement Francais, a fictitious equivalent of [...]
The DGSE (Direction Generale de la Securite Exterieure) is France’s external intelligence service. Operating all over the world, the agents of its operations department, or DO, and intelligence department, DR, have distinguished themselves recently in Africa and the Middle East. The service’s technical department, or DT, is France’s dedicated interceptions service, like Britain’s GCHQ or the NSA in the US.
With France’s 2012 presidential elections looming, the Socialist Party has been busy mapping out what it will do with the country’s intelligence services in the event of electoral victory. Intelligence Online has seen a copy of "Reforming the Intelligence Services: [...]
The Direction Centrale du Renseignement Interieur (DCRI) is leading an investigation into a suspected spy ring at French car manufacturer Renault. Michel Balthazard, Bertrand Rochette and Matthieu Tenenbaum, three senior executives, are being investigated for allegedly selling intelligence to a [. [...]