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Books/Handbooks

Ball, Desmond. Burma's Military Secrets: Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) from the Second World War to Civil War and Cyber Warfare. White Lotus: Bangkok (1998). [Amazon]

 
About: "This first book on signals warfare provides a unique view into all of the important military and political developments in Burma over the past half century based on the most secret and authoritative intelligence sources, i.e., signals intelligence (SIGINT) which involves radio interception, telecommunications surveillance, crypt analysis or code-breaking, and analysis of supposedly confidential signals."
 

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Selth, Andrew. Burma's Intelligence Apparatus, Strategic and Defence Studies Centre. Working Paper No.308. Canberra: Australian National University, 1997.

 
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