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Lobster Issue 53 Summer 2007

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Journal:Lobster
Issue:53
Date:Summer 2007
Publisher:Robin Ramsay
Editor:Robin Ramsay
ISSN:0964-0436
  • Philanthropic Impererialism by William Clark
    • Conventional Research
    • Diversity of definitions
    • The Lugar Report
    • Former CIA Personnel in NED (National Endowement for Democracy)
    • Into the Middle East

  • Tittle-tattle on New Labour networks by Tom Easton
    • Horses for courses
    • LFI (Labour Friends of Israel)
    • Mea Culpa from some...
    • ... but not others
    • D'ye ken John Browne
    • Soft focus
    • The gong show

  • The Secret of the 1917 'Balfour Declaration' by Mike Peters
    • A Reader's guide to the Balfour Declaration
    • On the Zionist conspiracy
    • On the British Imperial Project
    • The Lloyd George Coup, December 1916

  • Good-bye Tony Blair: Lobster authors say farewell
    • Richard Alexander
    • Dan Atkinson
    • Jonatham Bloch
    • Michael Carlson
    • Collin Challen MP
    • Roger Cottrell
    • Tom Easton
    • Tony Frewin
    • Terry Hanstock
    • Robert Henderston
    • Adrian Kozlowski
    • Simon Matthews
    • Scott Newton
    • Tim Pendry
    • Bernard Porter
    • Corinne de Souza
    • Peter Watson

  • Fifth Column: The brittle society by Tim Pendry
    • Recent Moves
    • What this means on the Ground
    • The reason for state panic
    • Theorising and Reality
    • The Terror Threat
    • Ideological battles within the government
    • Definitions of the terror threat
    • The Brittle Society

  • RE: by Terry Hanstock
    • Diana -- the saga goes on and on...
    • Dr David Kelly
    • Iraq update

  • Historical notes on Henry Brandon; the coming of monetarism by Scott Newton
    • What was Henry Brandon?
    • Low-key journalist or something else?
    • The coming of Monetarism

  • The View from the Bridge
    • Charlie Bubbles
    • The ongoing Di show
    • Israeli lobby
    • 9/11
    • Matthiessen and the CIA
    • Home Truths
    • US military-industrial complex
    • Bush and God
    • Libya and Lockerbie
    • Conned again
    • US election fraud

  • Iraq by Robin Ramsay
    • Justifying the invasion

  • Mind control, mobiles and the military by Robin Ramsay
    • Pinneo and beyond: John Allman
    • Early research by USAF
    • Mobile phones and the body
    • Pandora's box

  • Lobbying by Corinne de Souza
    • Manifesto lobbying
    • Polarisation
    • Planning consent
    • Overseas markets
    • Litigation lobbying
    • Government lobbying
    • BAE Systems
    • BP: Position lobbying
    • Undermining of government and/or politicians

  • Ribbentrop Blair by Andrew Rosthorn
  • Blairusconi: Popularism and elite rulem by Mike Small
    • Parallels
    • 'New Europe' had specific forms and intentions
    • And yet this is the apogee of New Labour
    • New Labour's Italian lawyer
    • Mills and Berlusconi

  • The limits of accountability by Jonathan Bloch
    • FOIA (Freedom of Information Act)
    • The Intelligence and Security Committe
    • What should we be calling for?

  • Books reviewed
    • Men of Property: The Very Wealthy in Britain Since the Industrial Revolution by W.D. Rubinstein. Reviewed by Mike Peters
    • Iran on the Brink: Rising Workers and Threats of War by Andreas Malm; Shora Esmailian, reviewed by Richard Alexander
    • Understanding EU Policy Making: National Versus European Sovereignty by Raj S. Chari and Sylvia Kritzinger, reviewed by Steve McGiffen
    • At Her Majesty's Secret Service: The Chiefs of Britain's Intelligence Agency, MI6 by Nigel West
    • Someone Would Have Talked by Larry Hancock
    • The Political Economy of U.S. Militarism by Ismael Hossein-Zadeh
    • Londonistan: How Britain Is Creating a Terror State Within by Melanie Phillips
    • Controlling the Human Mind: The Technologies of Political Control or Tools for Peak Performance by Nicholas J. Begich
    • Your Right to Know - A Citizen's Guide to the Freedom of Information Act by Ian Hislop and Heather Brooke
    • Travesty: The Trial of Slobodan Milosevic and the Corruption of International Justice by Ramsey Clark and John Laughland
    • The 1975 Referendum on Europe:
      • Vol.1: Reflections of the Participants by Mark Baimbridge
      • Vol.2: Current Analysis and Lessons for the Future by Mark Baimbridge, Darren Darcy, and Andrew Mullen
    • The Last Supper: The Mafia, the Masons and the killing of Roberto Calvi by Philip Willan
    • Apartheid's Friends: The Rise and Fall of South Africa's Secret Service by James Sanders
    • The Westminster Whistleblowers: Shirley Porter, Homes for Votes and Scandal in Britain's Rottenest Borough by Paul Dimoldenberg

    52 pages.


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