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Kadrovski izzivi in dileme na področju elektronskega izvidovanja in elektronskega bojevanja
Damjan Golob, 2010, master's thesis

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...načrtovanje, pridobivanje, izbira, nacionalna varnost, zaščita, vojska, obveščevalna dejavnost, elektronsko bojevanje, elektronsko izvidništvo, ...
Keywords: kadri, osebje, načrtovanje, pridobivanje, izbira, nacionalna varnost, zaščita, vojska, obveščevalna dejavnost, elektronsko bojevanje, elektronsko izvidništvo
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 1511; Downloads: 51
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"--- Tamen a una spia fuori ---"
Darko Darovec, Klemen Pust, 2008, original scientific article

Abstract: The paper discusses intelligence activities of the Venetian Republic and their significance and range in the Adriatic region during the year 1499. The main source used were the notes in the Diaries (I Diarii) by the Venetian councillor Marino Sanudo, perhaps representing the single most important source covering this topic in this time period. Apart from this document and relevant scientific literature some other published and unpublished documents were used. The year 1499 was chosen due to the general significance of events taking place during this year in the region discussed. That was the time of the last Ottoman invasion of Friuli in the heart of the Venetian mainland, taking place during the first year of the Venetian-Ottoman War (1499-1502). This very military combat was the last one wherein both sides engaged in intensive warfare throughout the entire Adriatic region as well as the Venetian mainland. At the same time it represented an acknowledgement of the Ottoman military success in the Balkans by the Venetians and a confirmation of the Venetian abatement politics with occasional straining of relations with the Ottoman empire, characterizing the Venetian foreign policy in the following centuries and lasting until the decline of both superpowers. During the year 1499 the Venetian Republic closely monitored the events taking place in the Adriatic estates through a wide network of intelligence operatives, established in this important region, which represented a transition zone for large-scale Ottoman invasions towards Friuli in the immediate hinterland of Venice. The reports of intelligence operatives provided detailed and timely information concerning Ottoman military and political maneuvers, including the invasion of Friuli. Croatian noble families, which were coerced into constant combat with the Ottoman army or were even forced from their territories, played a considerable role within this intelligence network. Venetian authorities established centres for gathering the information of intelligence operatives from the Adriatic in Friuli in the Udine and Cividale, where information from nearby as well as more distant Venetian estates in Istria and particularly in Dalmatia was accumulated. In the Adriatic region, the two main centres for gathering intelligence were established in Zadar and Koper, which were regarded as the capitols of Dalmatia and of Istria, respectively. Venetian officials from small settlements would send their intelligence reports to superintendents of Zadar and Koper and in turn this information was sent on to Venice. As was the case in the Hapsburg realm, in the Venetian Republic a very important role in the intelligence network was played by military officers, regional superintendents and field officials, though normally the highest authorities were made aware of intelligence reports in all cases as well.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ... obveščevalna dejavnost, Beneška republika, vzhodni Jadran, plemiške rodbine,...
Keywords: obveščevalna dejavnost, Beneška republika, vzhodni Jadran, plemiške rodbine, Hrvaška, osmanski vpadi
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 1386; Downloads: 5
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Anglo-ameriška poročila o delovanju OZNE v Julijski krajini in večjih italijanskih mestih od konca vojne do leta 1947
Blaž Torkar, 2007, original scientific article

Abstract: The article presents the Anglo-American views and information on the operations of OZNA (Department for the Protection of People) in Italy, where agents had been sent by the organiyation's predecessors as early as 1943. The author analyzed the files of the British ministry of defence, focusing on counter-intelligence data of the supreme headquarters of the allied forces. From the end of the war through 1947, OZNA developed an efficient intelligence network in all larger Italian towns, in particular in the region of Venezia Giulia and the town of Trieste. Its operations were mostly concealed within numerous organizations, institutions, and associations, while its main aim was to prevent the intelligence gathering and interventionist operations of Yugoslav dissidents and western intelligence operations in Italy trying to undermine the new Yugoslav regime. The majority of suspected agents were said to be posing as traders, entrepreneurs, students, union workers, and secondary school teachers. In Venezia Giulia and Trieste the intense operations involved all OZNA sections, while its organizational structure was the equivalent of that in Yugoslavia. The Anglo-Americans divided the operations of OZNA in Italy into the northern, central, and southern areas, where mostly agents of the first section were active. The information of the allies was frequently based on scarce data and misguided perceptions of OZNA operations. The Anglo-American reports came to the conclusion that the operations of OZNA in Italy, with the exception of those in Venezia Giulia, did not pose a threat to their influence.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ... obveščevalna dejavnost, protiobveščevalna dejavnost, OZNA, CIC, hladna vojna,...
Keywords: obveščevalna dejavnost, protiobveščevalna dejavnost, OZNA, CIC, hladna vojna, Julijska krajina
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 1259; Downloads: 12
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