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Why are governments sharing intelligence on the Ukraine war with the public and what are the risks?

By Huw Dylan, Reader in Intelligence Studies and International Security, King's College London
Thomas Maguire, Assistant Professor of Intelligence and Security, Leiden University
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Intelligence agencies are secretive organisations that generate secret products. Their reports come adorned with reminders to maintain discretion: “Top Secret” this, “Sensitive Compartmented Information” that. Those following former US president Donald Trump’s curious filing practices in Mar-a-Lago will appreciate the significance governments attach to protecting their classified materials and the damage revelations can do.

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