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With my little eye

Eye Spy intelligence magazine is unique – it is the world’s only newsstand magazine that covers every aspect of intelligence.

‘Since its inception in May 2001, Eye Spy has sought to demystify intelligence and allow the public an insight into this most secretive and fascinating world,’ said managing editor Mark Birdsall. ‘However, it has also become somewhat a “must have” publication for those who work in the industry as well, and besides a strong public subscription base, the magazine is subscribed to by over 500 government intelligence and security organisations – many of which are very familiar!’

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