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This is a list of intelligence agencies by country. It includes only currently operational institutions.

An intelligence agency is a government agency responsible for the collection, analysis, and exploitation of information in support of law enforcement, national security, military, and foreign policy objectives.[1]

Afghanistan

Albania

Argentina

Main article: Sistema de Inteligencia Nacional

Armenia

Australia

Main article: List of Australian intelligence agencies

Austria

Azerbaijan

Bahamas

Bahrain

Bangladesh

Main article: Bangladeshi intelligence community

Barbados

Belarus

Belgium

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Botswana

Brazil

Brunei

Bulgaria

Burundi

Canada

Chad

Chile

People's Republic of China|China (PRC)

See also: Chinese intelligence activity abroad and Chinese information operations and information warfare

Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party (CCCPC)

People's Liberation Army (PLA)

State Council of the People's Republic of China

Colombia

Democratic Republic of the Congo|Congo (Kinshasa)

Croatia

Main article: Croatian security and intelligence system

Cuba

Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) Ministry of the FAR (MINFAR)

Ministry of the Interior

Cyprus

Czech Republic

Denmark

Ecuador

Egypt

Eritrea

Estonia

Ethiopia

See also: Ministry of Peace (Ethiopia)

Finland

France

Main article: List of intelligence agencies of France

Gambia (country)|Gambia

State Intelligence Services (the Gambia) (SIS)

Georgia (country)|Georgia

Germany

Main article: List of intelligence agencies of Germany

Germany|Federal

States of Germany|State

Ghana

Greece

Haiti

Hungary

Iceland

India

Main article: List of Indian Intelligence agencies

Indonesia

Iran

Main article: Iranian Intelligence Community

Iraq

Republic of Ireland|Ireland

Foreign & Domestic Military Intelligence (Defence Forces)

Domestic Police Intelligence (Garda Síochána)

Israel

Main article: Israeli Intelligence Community

Italy

Main article: Italian intelligence agencies

Dipartimento delle Informazioni per la Sicurezza (DIS) - Department of Information for Security

Japan

Jordan

Kenya

North Korea|Korea, North (DPRK)

South Korea|Korea, South (ROK)


Kyrgyzstan

Lebanon

Liberia

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Madagascar

Malaysia


Mexico

Moldova

Mongolia

Montenegro

Morocco

Myanmar

Nepal

Netherlands

New Zealand

Main article: New Zealand intelligence agencies

Nigeria

North Macedonia

Main article: List of intelligence agencies of North Macedonia

Norway

Oman

Pakistan

Main article: Pakistani intelligence community

National Intelligence Coordination Committee (NICC)

State of Palestine|Palestine

Panama

Papua New Guinea

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Main article: List of intelligence agencies of Poland

Portugal

Qatar

Romania

Russian Federation|Russia

See also: Russian intelligence agencies

Saudi Arabia

Serbia

Singapore

Slovakia

Slovenia

Somalia

South Africa

Spain

Main article: Spanish Intelligence Community

Sri Lanka

Sudan

Sweden

Switzerland

Main article: Swiss intelligence agencies

Syria

Taiwan|Taiwan (ROC)

Tajikistan

Tanzania

Thailand

Turkey

Turkmenistan

Ukraine

United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom

Main article: British intelligence agencies

Domestic intelligence

Foreign intelligence

Signals intelligence

Criminal Intelligence and Protected Persons

United States

Main article: United States Intelligence Community

Uzbekistan

Venezuela

Vietnam

Yemen

Zimbabwe

European Union

See also

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