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Lobster Issue 45 Summer 2003

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Journal:Lobster
Issue:45
Date:Summer 2003
Publisher:Robin Ramsay
Editor:Robin Ramsay
ISSN:0964-0436
  • Lying about Iraq -- Robin Ramsay
    • Weapons? Which Weapons?
    • Turbulence
    • In the UK
    • Not just cooking intelligence, fabricating it
    • Who's setting-up whom?
    • The CIA undermined the UN inspectors?
    • 'Cooking' intelligence
    • Nixon-Kissenger
    • And so.

  • PR, Iraq and 'the allies' -- Corinne Souza
    • The American boomerang
    • Iraq
    • Clever PR
    • 'Hearts and Minds'
    • Movies and sport
    • Cumulative PR
    • Books
    • Clever PR

  • The man from the FRU
    • Suffer the innocents?
    • Then and Now

  • Tittle-tattle -- Tom Easton
    • The British American Project on the war in Iraq
    • Clearing the channels for Blair?
    • Blackwood
    • ... by any other name
    • Columnists for conflict
    • TUCETU
    • Ledeen
    • New Atlantic Initiative

  • The sewer not the sewage? -- John Burnes
    David Mills, Berlusconi and New Labour
    • First resignation
    • Beginnings
    • Enter Carnelutti
    • Fellow conspirator?

  • Re: -- Terry Hanstock
    • Assassination or 'targeted killings'
    • UFOs
    • Biological weapons
    • The Cold War
    • Latin America
    • 9/11
    • Spooks
    • Deep Throat Uncovered?
    • McCarthy records released
    • The not so free
    • The attack on the USS Liberty

  • Demos -- William Clark
      The Advisory Board

    • Martin Jacques
    • Geoff Mulgan
    • Sir Douglas Hague
    • Anita Roddick
    • Martin Taylor
    • Gerald Holtham
    • David Marquand
    • Graham Mather
    • Arthur Seldon
    • Bob Tyrrell
    • Lord Stevenson
    • Stuart Hall
    • Ian Hargreaves
    • Sue Richards
    • John Ashworth
    • Yve Newbold
      The Office

    • The Community Action Network (CAN)
    • Ashoka
    • Foreign Policy Centre (FPC)
    • Carnegie Youth Trust
    • UnLtd
    • The Policy Network
    • Civitas
    • ERA

    • Mobile phones cause cancer, and other modern horror stories

  • The View from the Bridge
    • Why do they do this?
    • The Tumour count is rising
    • Not in front of the children
    • Greats, dear boy, Greats
    • Gorgeous George and all that
    • Monkey Business?
    • What time is it, Al?
    • Numerology
    • NATO and Eastern Europe
    • The unsinkable aircraft carrier
    • Mea maxima culpa?
    • The importance of having Balls
    • What's Watt
    • Faking it

  • Harassment by the state

    • Harassing Robert Henderson
        How the story developed
      • The Internet attacks
      • Coincidences?
      • The police
      • The Data Protection Act (DPA)
      • The Data Protection Tribunal (DPT)

    • Malcolm Kennedy: secrecy ruling [-- Jane Afflick]
      • Abstract. Introduction
      • The Investigatory Powers Tribunal
      • The Challenge to the Tribunal Rules
      • First Public Hearing
      • Claimants say some Rules are not compatible with Convention rights
      • Article 6 ECHR applies to claims and complaints made to the Tribunal
      • Tribunal Procedure should be compatible with Convention rights
      • NCND (Neither Confirm Nor Deny) Policy
      • Tribunal Rules provide a 'fair trial' and are compatible with the ECHR
      • Preliminary Issues can be Conducted in Public
      • A small but significant change
      • No appeal; rulings form the procedural foundation for the Tribunal
      • Postscript: new evidence in Kennedy's case

  • The Crux of the Matter -- Alfred Mendes
    • Azerbaijan
    • Georgia
    • Kazakhstan
    • Turkey
    • Turkmenistan
    • Uzbekistan

  • Books (Reviews)
    • Bagdad's Spy. A Personal Memoir of Espionage and Intrigue from Iraq to London by Corinne Souza
    • The Best Democracy Money Can Buy by Greg Palast, reviewed by Tom Easton
    • Denis Healey
    • The Road to Jerusalem. Glubb Pasha, Palestine and the Jews by Benny Morris
    • Conservative Radicalism. A Sociology of Conservative Party Youth Structures and Libertarianism 1970-1992 by Timothy Evans
    • The Last Empire. Essays 1992-2001 by Gore Vidal
    • The Assassinations. Probe Magazine on JFK, MLK, RFK and Malcolm X Edited by James DiEugenio and Lisa Pease.
    • An Act of State. The Execution of Martin Luther King by William Pepper
    • Southeast Asia: A Testament by George McT. Kahin
    • The Thimble Riggers. The Dublin Arms Trials of 1970 by James Kelly
    • Portrait of a Terrorist State. A Summary of the Ordeal of Political Captives in Turkish Prisons by Garbis Altinoglu
    • Crude Power. Politics and the Oil Market by Oystein Noreng
    • Killing Detente. The Right Attacks the CIA by Anne Hessing Cahn
    • Trust no-one. The Secret World of Sidney Reilly by Richard B. Spence.

  • Update
    • US bioweapons in Korea?
    • TWA Flight 800
  • Feedback
    • From Ernest Wistrich on the article "Spinning the European Union: pro-European propaganda campaigns in the British media", with a response by Andy Mullen

    48 pages.


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