DST Boss at Eurosec
In a move marking the French government's growing interest in [...]
The French parliamentary committee that screens new legislation has substantially [...]
For the first time, 22 lieutenant colonels and majors of France's Gendarmerie began courses in business intelligence dispensed by the [...]
A visit to Paris last week by Takashi Oizumi, director-general of the Japanese counter espionage service Public Security Investigation Agency [...]
Although it has been working for two years to promote the cause of business intelligence in France's corporate world, the government has failed to come up with distinct strategy in the field or to provide funding.
The new French government, and primarily interior minister Nicolas Sarkozy, will make the final call on the matter. But if [...]
Revelations about the kidnapping and murder of Kim Hyuing-wook, former director of South Korean intelligence, 25 years ago in Paris [...]
As Intelligence Online anticipated in its April 25 issue (IOL 498), a chief superintendent from France's Direction de la Surveillance [...]
The French domestic intelligence agency Direction de la Surveillance du Territoire (DST) has secretly decided to set up a special [...]
French prime minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin is expected to shortly announce a string of decisions in connection with a report published [...]
An investment company based in Lyons, Siparex, is in talks with the French interior ministry to set up a venture [...]
The betrayal of major Pierre Bunel, chief-of-staff to the general who represents France on NATO's military committee, was a model [...]
The French government is focussing its attention on the dangers that could arise from a massive influx of Russian money of uncertain origin into France. Interior minister Jean-Pierre Chevenement asked three intelligence agencies and the police in May to work [.
Named head of the Direction de la Surveillance du Territoire (DST) in late August, Jean-Jacques Pascal has just undertaken a [...]
Appointed chief of France's Direction de la Surveillance du Territoire (DST) by Lionel Jospin's socialist government four months ago, Jacques [...]
French defence minister Alain Richard had a lot of trouble in recent months in persuading his counter-part at the interior ministry, Jean-Pierre Chevenement, to give him back Philippe Rondot who was serving as diplomatic adviser to the head of France's [.
Head of the Direction de la Surveillance du Territoire (DST) between 1986-1990, the prefect Bernard Gerard has just been named [...]