counter-espionage


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counter-espionage

Action designed to detect and counteract espionage. See also counterintelligence.
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counter-espionage

[ˈkaʊntərˈespɪənɑːʒ] Ncontraespionaje m
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The government will designate what it considers highly sensitive in the areas of diplomacy, defence, counter-terrorism and counter-espionage as "special secrets" under the state secrecy law.
The government will designate what it considers highly sensitive in the areas of diplomacy, defence, counterterrorism and counter-espionage as "special secrets" under the state secrecy law.

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