Definition of Committee for state security
1. Noun. Formerly the predominant security police organization of Soviet Russia.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Committee For State Security
Literary usage of Committee for state security
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Security System Reform And Governance: A DAC Reference Document by OECD Staff, Development Assistance Committee (2005)
"The enduring influence of the KGB The Soviet Union's Committee for State Security (KGB) was dissolved along with the state it served in late 1991, ..."
2. Security Awareness in the 1980s: Featured Articles From Security Awareness (1992)
"The KGB (or Committee for State Security) maintains internal security in the USSR and, as a secret intelligence service, collects intelligence and conducts ..."
3. Long Road to Recovery; Community Responses to Industrial Disaster by James Kenneth Mitchell (1996)
"USSR Committee for State Security (KGB). 1979. “Construction flaws at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant,” Document No. 346-A, Moscow, 21 February. ..."
4. French Security And Defence Policy: Current Developments And Future Prospects by Fredrik Wetterqvist (1990)
"... there were strong suspicions by the USA that the USSR Committee for State Security (KGB) had infiltrated the French nuclear programme. ..."
5. The Electronic Intrusion Threat to National Security and Emergency ...by DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1998)
"Committee for State Security. Local Exchange Carrier. The access line from either a user terminal or a computer port to the first telephone office along the ..."