The shady reputation of communist-era intelligence services, which spied on their own country’s citizens, is proving hard for the new, reform-era services to shake. Lines of authority are unclear, scandals are rampant, and public trust in the services is low by JEFF FREEMAN SINCE 1989, THE FORMER communist countries of Central Europe have been busy […]

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