Colin Challen

#Issue number (date): Article title
#26 (1993):
Silent Conspiracy: Inside the Intelligence Services in the 1990s
#32 (December 1996):
We The Nation: The Conservative Party and the Pursuit of Power
#42 (Winter 2001/2):
Body of Secrets, and, Echelon
#44 (Winter 2002/3):
The Party of Business and the Business of Parties
#47 (Summer 2004):
Halliburton: Winning the Brown and Root Way
#47 (Summer 2004):
Power Beyond Reason
#56 (Winter 2008/9):
The crony capitalists: a fond farewell to some regular guys?
#61 (Summer 2011):
The Bilderberg Conspiracy: Inside the world’s most powerful secret society by H. Paul Jeffers
#71 (Summer 2016):
Broken Vows: Tony Blair the Tragedy of Power by Tom Bower
#74 (Winter 2017):
Anti-Semitism in the Labour Party
#74 (Winter 2017):
Using the Freedom of Information Act to keep things secret
#75 (Summer 2018):
Marketing the Third Reich: Persuasion, Packaging and Propaganda by Nicholas O’Shaughnessy
#75 (Summer 2018):
Divining Desire: Focus Groups and the Culture of Consultation by Liz Featherstone
#76 (Winter 2018):
House of Trump House of Putin: The Untold Story of Donald Trump and the Russian Mafia by Craig Unger
#78 (Winter 2019):
Peer group pressure
#80 (Winter 2020):
Democracy for Sale: Dark Money and Dirty Politics by Peter Geoghegan
#82 (Winter 2021):
The Blair Supremacy A study in the politics of Labour’s party management by Lewis Minkin
#83 (Summer 2022):
Active Measures: The Secret History of Disinformation and Political Warfare by Thomas Rid
#85 (Summer 2023):
You get the report you pay for
#85 (Summer 2023):
Who pays the piper? Funding the Labour Party
#86 (2023):
The Conversation
#86 (2023):
Pegasus: The Story of the World’s Most Dangerous Spyware
#87 (2023):
The Palestine Laboratory: How Israel Exports the Technology of Occupation around the World by Antony Loewenstein
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