- Domestic national security intelligence
- found: Work cat.: The challenge of domestic intelligence in a free society, 2009.
- found: Encyclopedia of espionage, intelligence, and security, 2004: v. 1 (Domestic intelligence -- Domestic intelligence is a term for efforts by a government to obtain information about activities that pose an actual or putative threat to internal security)
- found: Palomar, N. Spy book : the encyclopedia of espionage, 1997: p. 170 (Domestic intelligence -- Intelligence relating to activities or conditions within a country that, according to the government, threaten internal security)
- found: Posner, R.A. Remaking domestic intelligence, 2005: p. 1 (Domestic national security intelligence (domestic intelligence, for short) is intelligence concerning threats of major, politically motivated violence, or of equally grievous harm to national security, mounted within the nation's territorial limits, whether by international terrorists, homegrown terrorists, or spies or saboteurs employed by foreign nations)
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